Transcript for Can Chicken Get a Man to Propose?
Amy. They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. So can chicken get a guy to pop the question? Well, with Valentine's day coming up we asked Alex to put the so-called engagement chicken to the test. Meet 27-year-old hela. She and her boyfriend have been dating for nearly five years but this Valentine's day, she's hoping for a little more than chocolates and roses. She's dreaming of a wedding proposal. So I'm like very in belief that 2015 is a good year. Reporter: Turning to an old myth for a little help, engagement chicken created by a fashion editor at "Glam our magazine" 30 years ago, a sexy recipe set up to inspire love some praising the chicken saying it helped them land their dream proposal. The first meal I cooked for Zach was a chicken. Reporter: Beth stern crediting the dish with helping her seal the deal with now husband radio superstar Howard Stern after he swore he would never marry again. So we brought in the best to help Hila headache this magical chicken. I'm Hila. I'm Alex. Reporter: Executive chef at New York City's butter, Alex Voto help her make it an affair to remember. Are you ready to make serious engagement get to marriage chicken? I'm excited. Let's do it. Lemon juice on the bottom to create some nice steam. Go ahead, more salt. We're talking about love here. After an hour and a half of cooking -- Everybody eats chicken all the time but it's cipel and makes something everyday really special. That's what you're going for. Whether you need it for luck or just the joy of building a new home, this chicken has a simple but magical way about it that I hope will work for you. Reporter: Voila. So now this chicken, look at that. That looks so good. Right. Uh-huh. Perfect, thank you. If this doesn't say, honey, I love you, I don't know what does. My chickens always say, honey, I love you. Reporter: So will the chick do the trick? My job, my work here is done. We made the chicken. You know what to do. We'll let the chicken work its magic. We'll let the chicken work its magic. My job is done and the rest is up to you. It could be the child chicken or the baby chicken or the future new home chicken. I mean I think at the end of the day when you are cooking with love and intent it yields positive things.
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