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|Author||: Bruno Cerdan|
Aphrodisiac Cuisine - a selection of the best recipes from all over the world - showcases how classic culinary heritage and avant garde fusion complement each other to stimulate and satiate your appetite.
|Author||: Amy Reiley|
The sequel to the critically acclaimed Fork Me, Spoon Me, this spicy cookbook is a manual to romance whether it is in the kitchen or the bedroom. Amy Reiley—master of gastronomy and the leading American authority on sensual foods—defines and demystifies aphrodisiac foods, from the scent of red wine as seduction tool to watermelon doubling as a little blue pill. The simple and satisfying recipes include strawberries and cream buttermilk pancakes, fresh corn soup, lobster pasta in champagne sauce, hot chocolate martinis, and chipotle bacon chocolate chip cookies.
|Author||: Sandra Gomez|
|Editor||: I Love Cooking|
⭐ 55% OFF for BookStore NOW at $ 40,95 instead of $ 51,95!⭐ If you are looking for a book on Thai cuisine here you are at the right place.from appetizer to dessert with in addition a series of popular recipes of Street Food real Thai cuisine tasty, fragrant and full of aphrodisiac properties, you just have to start enjoy your meal. Start is Now!! Buy is NOW and let your Customers get addicted to this amazing book!
|Author||: Mark Douglas Hill|
|Editor||: Random House|
The perfect gift for Valentine's day - practical, simple and sensuous recipes to unleash the lover in all of us. Mark Douglas Hill has spent a lifetime in pursuit of foods that encourage friskiness and enhance the frisking. In search of the ultimate aphrodisiac dishes, over the years he has researched and refined, trialed and tested ingredients and recipes from all over the world. This compendium of culinary come-ons is the legacy of his unceasing quest. The Aphrodisiac Encyclopaedia is a veritable cornucopia of titillating titbits - from liquorice to lobster, figs to foie gras, and mango to mint. Along with mouth-wateringly tempting recipes, each entry is packed with diverse and diverting fact - historical, literary, biological and psychological - and the aphrodisiac and amorous qualities of each ingredient examined and appraised. This Valentine's, cook up a steamy dinner for the man or woman in your life with The Aphrodisiac Encycopaedia.
|Author||: Director Camilet Cooray|
|Editor||: Lulu Press, Inc|
APHRODISIAC FOODS All food we eat has their own unique natural quality in them. Are all of the food you consume gives you some power to enhance and influence your sexuality? Are they helping you to feel confident and enjoy the happiness sexual life? Answering those few little questions this books was compiled to provide you with simple foods that are just around you, helps to influence your sexuality. You can include them easily into your daily menu and sure you will want to know more foods of similar kind.
|Author||: Eng Soon Teoh|
Did you know that Vanilla was formerly served as aphrodisiac by Cassanova and Madam Pompadour, and Elizabeth I loved its flavor? This is the first book that provides a complete worldwide coverage of orchids being employed as aphrodisiacs, medicine or charms and food. Opening with an in-depth historical account of orchids (orchis Greek testicle), the author describes how the Theory of Signatures influenced ancient herbalists to regard terrestrial orchid tubers as aphrodisiacs. Doctors and apothecaries promoted it during the Renaissance. Usage of orchids in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Indian Ayurvedic Medicine; by Tibetan yogins and Amchi healers for longevity pills, tonics and aphrodisiacs; by Africans to prepare 'health promoting' chikanda or as survival food when lost in the Australian bush are some highlights of the book. Early settlers in America and the East Indies often relied on native remedies and employment of orchids for such needs is described. Also covered are the search for medicinal compounds by scientists, attempts to prove the orchid's efficacy by experiment and the worry of conservationists.
|Author||: Amy Reiley,Delahna Flagg|
|Editor||: Life of Reiley|
How can making dessert heat up your love life? Award-winning food writer, aphrodisiac expert and dessert lover Amy Reiley offers a new reason to get into the kitchen. Her latest cookbook, Eat Cake Naked: aphrodisiac desserts to heat up your love life, is a dessert book like no other. This cookbook not only offers modern dessert recipes with easy instructions, but it’s the only cookbook around that will improve your love life while satisfying your sweet tooth. For this book, Reiley, known as a leading authority on aphrodisiac foods, collaborated with Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef and nutritional expert Delahna Flagg. Together they’ve created a truly life-changing twist on baking with Eat Cake Naked. The book offers an entire menu of desserts that incorporate the latest superfoods known to ignite the flames of passion...and they’re not just desserts to find you romance. These are the kind of recipes you’ll want to reach for every time you make dessert. Think Avocado-Vanilla Bean Pots de Crème, Black Sesame Wedding Cookies, 5-Spice Apples in Syrup, Cherry Bomb Cupcakes and Dark Chocolate Ganache. But not only does Eat Cake Naked provide you with go-to recipes for heating things up in the kitchen and the bedroom, it gives you the tools to upgrade any dessert in your recipe file with aphrodisiac ingredients. By the end of this book you’ll know how to swap out ingredients in any recipe to turn all your favorite desserts into something that will supercharge your sex life.
|Author||: Craig Dodd,Hilary Johnstone,Carlton Books|
|Editor||: Carlton Books Limited|
Aphrodisiac Foods lists an array of ingredients with the potential for increasing your erotic urges. This book discovers the reasons for the foods' aphrodisiac powers; whether it is a sexually suggestive shape, the historical uses and beliefs, or the beneficial nutritional content; and shows you how to create your own feast of love.
|Author||: Marsha Gujurati|
|Editor||: Shh Publishing|
Men and women both are often looking to boost their sexual arousal. The best way to do this is with some very great and potent aphrodisiac foods. This is because these kind of foods do contain all of the right things to kick off some really sizzling sex that can last and last. Aphrodisiacs not only do increase the male potency when it comes to his arousal. They also know exactly how to increase her cravings in the very same manner. Therefore, aphrodisiac foods do work their wonders for both men and women on the average. This book will endeavor to cover a good many of the aphrodisiac foods that are out there. Some designed just with women in mind and others totally made for men only. Also, there will be some in depth look at aphrodisiac foods that are awesome for both sexes to benefit from equally when it comes right down to getting some out of this world sex. Aphrodisiac foods also make for some great mood, in addition, as well. It is the great mood that makes for sexual excitement and desire in the bedroom, as well. What are the best aphrodisiac foods for a great sex life? Do read on to learn more. You will be very glad that you did and so will your lover. There is nothing to compare to some superb food for some superb sex that will leave you feeling better than you have ever felt before in your life.
|Author||: Martha Stone|
|Editor||: Independently Published|
Would you like to enhance the mood during times that you and your lover are sharing with each other? Aphrodisiacs can add to the mood, and these recipes will bring out romantic moods in you and your special person. Sampling foods like oysters, asparagus, salmon and chocolate in recipes can help you to feel a bit more amorous than you otherwise would. Some people believe they enhance sex drive, too. Eating itself is a pleasurable experience, and if you combine that with mood lighting, music and the right recipes, you can set up a situation filled with attraction and sexual innuendo. Food is helpful to the art of seduction. Increasing the closeness of intimacy and foods brings all your senses into play, and those of your lover, as well. Aphrodisiac foods affect some of the same neurotransmitters in your brain as making love. Preparing a delicious meal that includes foods high on the aphrodisiac scale will lead to a more pleasant evening, filled with the sharing of one with another. Try some of the recipes in this aphrodisiac cookbook to make those romantic nights even more special. Read on!
|Author||: Marilyn Ekdahl Ravicz|
The idea that gastronomy and sex are related is not new. It's been expressed through art, literature, early science, in locker rooms, beauty salons and on the street. Some examples of these expressions are included as context for the aphrodisiac recipes which follow. For millennia, cooks have prepared dishes enriched with ingredients they judged to be sensually invigorating, and this tradition continues today. Some approaches are humorous, while others are doubting and satirical. Yet others are ponderously medical. This book is none of the above. It offers an anthropological approach to the spicy life of love and food which includes cross-cultural, historical and current views. It is the kind of natural history which consists of culinary history and recipes in equal measure. After all, the mind - which is perhaps the most potent aphrodisiac - should be cultivated in equal measure to the body which is physically stirred by erotic passion.
|Author||: Marilyn Ekdahl Ravicz|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
The idea that gastronomy and sex are related is not new. Its been expressed through art, literature, early science, in locker rooms, beauty salons and on the street. Some examples of these expressions are included as context for the aphrodisiac recipes which follow. For millennia, cooks have prepared dishes enriched with ingredients they judged to be sensually invigorating, and this tradition continues today. Some approaches are humorous, while others are doubting and satirical. Yet others are ponderously medical. This book is none of the above. It offers an anthropological approach to the spicy life of love and food which includes cross-cultural, historical and current views. It is the kind of natural history which consists of culinary history and recipes in equal measure. After all, the mind - which is perhaps the most potent aphrodisiac - should be cultivated in equal measure to the body which is physically stirred by erotic passion.
|Author||: Linda De Villers|
An aphrodisiac cookbook like no other, this volume is direct, detailed, and informative, and packed with exclusive recipes, food and sex tips, descriptions and histories of ingredients, and even survey data about what food people find sexy. It is also the only aphrodisiac cookbook written by a certified sex therapist who also happens to be a foodie. Included are 101 delectable food and drink recipes organized for day-or-night enjoyment; detailed aphrodisiac history, usage, myths, and humor; tips and secrets to spice up both the kitchen and the bedroom; exclusive aphrodisiac survey data covering current attitudes and preferences; and support and encouragement for healthy relationships, body image, and eating habits.
|Author||: Diana Hoppe|
|Editor||: Greenleaf Book Group|
Studies show that having a healthy sex life can:- Boost your immune system- Promote heart health- Alleviate stress- Increase longevityIn easy-to-understand text, Dr. Hoppe explains:- The expected life patterns of a woman's sex drive- How-and why-libido is different in men and women-and what to do about it- Ways-medical, psychological, emotional, sensual-to boost your desire and get-and stay--focused on sexual intimacy- Doctors' emerging understanding of sexual dysfunction in womenOverflowing with ideas and tips for what you can do tonight to light the fire, this book is at once reassuring and effective.
|Author||: Mary Davis|
For centuries, certain foods and substances have been rumored to have aphrodisiac properties.Named after the ancient Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, an aphrodisiac is a food or drink that increases sexual desire when consumed.How do they accomplish this task? Some aphrodisiacs reduce stress or increase blood flow, while others stimulate the production of dopamine in the brain - all of which help to boost your libido.So if you're planning a night of passion, make sure you include one (or all) of these ingredients on your menu - we'll leave the recipes up to you.
|Author||: Amy Reiley|
|Editor||: Life of Reiley|
Exploring the world’s most potent aphrodisiacs for steaming up the kitchen or bedroom (or wherever), this cookbook from a leading authority on sensual foods leads readers down the road to romance or, if preferable, simply helps them get down and dirty. More than 40 recipes based on 12 main ingredients are featured, including vanilla-scented sea bass, moist mango meatloaf, ginger mojitos, and Persian love cake, all designed to promote overall sexual health. This limited edition is presented with a new, alternate cover.
|Author||: Martha Hopkins,Randall Lockridge,Ben Fink|
|Editor||: Terrace Pub|
Organized by type of aphrodisiac, this playful cookbook covers 19 sensual foods, ranging from traditional favorites like oysters and strawberries to lesser-known but just as potent foods such as pine nuts and asparagus. Including histories of aphrodisiacs, couples' anecdotes, and tantalizing photography, this 10th-anniversary edition of this beautiful and innovative cookbook features more than 55 new, couple-tested recipes and a completely revised appendix.
|Author||: Everal McKenzie|
Tonic foods, herbs, and roots are an integral part of Jamaican culture, almost every Jamaican has had Irish moss, carrot juice, or stout punch - the three most well known 'family tonics'. This book contains most of the traditional food and drink tonics used in Jamaica, as well as the key roots used in bottled 'man tonic' preparations bought over the counter. There are detailed photographs and descriptions on how to identify and prepare ingredients, as well as recent scientific data on many of the traditional foods, roots, and herbs used. Add to this the pumping beat of the Jamaican dancehall culture with its iconic sexual symbols of the 'talwah' or 'super-macho' and the 'superwoman', both wanting to 'perform' with style and flare, and you have perhaps the most sophisticated and extensive tonic taking culture in the world. It includes over 250 Jamaican Balm-yard herbal remedies with local and international botanical names for plant identification. This book covers recipes with over 200 full-colour photographs and supporting illustrations.