Food and Aphrodisiacs…


We all love fooling around, but when it comes to foreplay, most people tend to think about kissing, touching, stripping and dirty talking techniques. They seem to be unaware that what they eat also matters to their sensuality. Yes, certain foods are truly aphrodisiacs. Dreams and Realities are good to know how to separate, however, when you’re serving up some of this…who needs dreams, sister you’re reality and fantasy in the making. You can wow your way into your lovers/partners heart with the right mix of food. bet you didn’t know it could be that easy did you? Yes, it is, but first pull out that intimate apparel that you bought at www.SimplyDeliciousLingerie.com and have it on stand-by!

 Enjoying aphrodisiac dinner with your partner under candlelight is actually one of the best foreplay tips that romance experts often recommend. It is quite an easy way to spice up your night. Throughout history, certain foods have been known for their aphrodisiac qualities that put people into the mood for intimacy and make bedroom activities much more pleasurable! Some of the most popular aphrodisiacs are asparagus, caviar, oysters and cayenne peppers. I found an article so I took bits and pieces from it and in this article, you will learn some easy and fancy ways to cook these sexy foods. If none of these work, go immediately to ‘plan B’ and pull out the giant size piece of plastic, douse it with a bottle of baby oil and get naked. If that doesn’t do the trick, you’ve got big problems and I cannot help you. A man/woman L-O-V-E-S when you put time and effort into making a date special. It doesn’t matter if you are newly dating or if you’ve been married for years and years. Romance is ALWAYS at your beck and call. Make the time to find it. FInd your happy place!

Asparagus

Nicholas Culpepper, a renowned English botanist and herbalist, once stated that asparagus “stirs up lust in man and woman.” Some people say asparagus is considered an aphrodisiac simply because of its phallic shape, but in fact its suggestive form has nothing to do with its aphrodisiac effect. Rich in potassium, folic acid and vitamin E, it can stimulate sex hormones as well as enhance your general well-being.

How to cook asparagus

Asparagus with Parmesan Cheese

Ingredients

1 lb medium-sized asparagus

2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese

2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

1 teaspoon lemon zest

salt and black pepper

Preparation

  • Rinse asparagus and diagonally slice into small pieces, about 2 inches each.
  • Boil water in a medium saucepan (only half full).
  • Put asparagus slices into the boiling water and immediately reduce to a simmer.
  • After 2 minutes, remove from stove and drain the water.
  • Mix asparagus with the other ingredients in a bowl.

Stir Fried Asparagus with Ginger

Ingredients

1 lb medium-sized asparagus

4 -5 slices fresh ginger

2 tablespoons olive oil

¼ cup roasted cashews or almonds

salt and pepper

Preparation

  • Slice asparagus into bite-sized pieces.
  • Heat olive oil in a skillet (at medium heat).
  • Add ginger slices and let them sizzle for about 30 seconds – 1 minute.
  • Add asparagus. Stir fry for 4 – 5 minutes or until crisp.
  • Add nuts, salt and pepper and stir fry for another 30 seconds.
 
Black Caviar

Caviar

The word “caviar” derives from the Persian word “khav-yar”, which means “cake of strength.” It is said to help us restore our physical power and enhance good health. Caviar is a famous party food and also regularly served by most airlines to their first-class passengers. Loaded with vitamin A, zinc and omega-3 fatty acid, it is believed to increase blood flow to the genitals and stimulate the formation of testosterone. For people who have to limit their cholesterol and sodium intake, however, caviar should only be a rare treat.

Caviar Recipes

Caviar in Potato Nests

Ingredients

2 medium russet potatoes

2 ounces caviar

3 ounces cream cheese

4 tablespoons melted butter

Grounded black pepper

Preparation

  • Boil water in a saucepan.
  • Add potatoes. Cook until only half-done. (You should be able to insert a knife through the potatoes but not too easily.)
  • Set aside and let the potatoes cool down.
  • Peel the potatoes and grate them roughly.
  • Brush muffin tin cups with melted butter.
  • Fill each cup with grated potatoes. Make it look like a nest. (Make about 20 – 30 nests total.)
  • Bake them in a preheated 450º oven for about 25 minutes or until they turn golden-brown.
  • Remove from the oven and set aside for 5 – 10 minutes.
  • Remove the nests from the tin cups carefully with a blunt knife. Season with pepper.
  • Fill each nest with one scoop of cream cheese and one scoop of caviar.

Oysters

Oysters have long been considered a very effective aphrodisiac. Dated back to the early second century AD, in a satire by a Roman poet, Juvenal, he described how women acted so loudly after having some wine and giant oysters! What makes oysters such a popular aphrodisiac is the fact that these slimy mollusks contain a high level of zinc. Zinc deficiency, as nutritionists point out, can cause impotence in men. Any food rich in zinc, therefore, has a beneficial effect on the libido.

 

Oyster Shucking

Oyster Recipes

Oysters in Blankets

Ingredients

2 cans smoked oysters

Bacon strips

¼ cup vegetable oil

3 tablespoons minced garlic

Preparation

  • Wrap a bacon slice around each oyster and pin it with a toothpick.
  • Heat oil in a skillet. Add garlic.
  • Add the wrapped oysters and cook until the bacon is crisp.

Listen, I’m certainly not Julian Child, BUT, I can tell you that good food will make a man scream. Seduction is a playful art. Learn it and you will master the game. Make him/her delicious dishes and you’re on your way to a nice future. Always remember that communication is key, and that you first must build a solid foundation. Like cooking, without the right ingredients, your dish is just like all the others. You have to find what ingredient makes your unique, and this is your chance to pull out all the stops!

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