Dinner for Two’s body language says a lot. Not content to just stand there while cooking, she’s got her hips and arms all akimbo, taking on a groovy, “Ann-Margret in Viva Las Vegas” pose. Pausing mid-twist, she wipes the hair from her right cheek, as if to say “Where did I put those fondue forks?” And what might be on the menu tonight? Chinese, based on her outfit - sandals, beaded necklace, petal pushers and a matching mandarin collared smock, tastefukky embroidered with oriental designs. Don’t forget the chop sticks, honey.