According to the Zohar the man is the "giver" and the woman is the "receiver" within the context of a marriage. With that being the case how can one understand the traditional role of a wife to cook for her husband (judaism.stackexchange.com/a/65285/3006).
Should the man be doing the cooking as well? In "Garden of Peace", Rabbi Shalom Arush goes on to say that whenever a man becomes a receiver he develops a feminine trait and become repulsive to his wife. Does this mean that the husband should do all the cooking?