A Cookbook to Get You from the Kitchen to the Bedroom
The flesh of an artichoke leaf slides suggestively through your teeth, the juice of succulent strawberries oozes onto your lips, a titillating chocolate truffle melts slowly on your tongue – or somewhere else…
Erotic eating can be just as sexy as whipping out that whipped cream bikini. And while debate on aphrodisiacs remains open, Martha Hopkins and Randall Lockridge prove that almost any food can be sexy.
Their aptly named best-selling cookbook, Intercourses, features easy-to-follow recipes centered on well-known and newly introduced aphrodisiacs intended to spice up your sex life from first date to fiftieth anniversary.
From honey-drenched figs to warm wild mushroom ragout, Intercourses tastefully traces the essential erotic connection between food and sex with incredible photographs and frisky forwards from satisfied customers.
The act of cooking with aphrodisiacs is where the real stimulation comes in and Martha is quite insightful when she talks about the art of romantic cooking and eating. “Aphrodisiacs are best when they’re made ahead, quick and easy, or cooked together. The noises you make (while eating great food) should be the same ones you make in the bedroom. You should be having fun!”
We love their super simple and extra gooey toasted Nutella and banana sandwiches. They’re perfect for, you know…
2 slices good white bread
2 heaping tablespoons Nutella
1 large ripe banana
Toast the bread slices. Spread each with Nutella. Cut the banana in half crosswise, then cut each half lengthwise into 4 or 5 thin slices. Lay the slices atop the sandwiches and serve. Chomp chomp!
xx, The FabFitFun Team
Posted on February 9, 2011