In my new book, "Delicious Dating," I show women how to decode men by their culinary styles. Inspired by a history of relationships as disastrous as they were dyspeptic, I dined with more than 100 men and interviewed more than 200 men and women about the corollaries between a man's dining style and his mating style. In the course of surmounting Man Everest, I solved the riddle of the male species via their stomachs.
In the course of my research, I discovered that there are 10 male dining types, a discovery that I believe is more revolutionary than Jung's and of more help to love-hungry, single females. These dining types give women insight into what men will serve up not only at the dinner table but as a boyfriend and in bed: