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A couple of different cases of dangerous aphrodisiacs in New York City. First, a dude died from ingesting toad venom for it's purported sexual powers. And second, the FDA has discovered that some of the pills on the convenience store counter may actually work. Maybe too well.
Want to seduce someone with food? We've got four sexy meals from The New InterCourses: An Aphrodisiac Cookbook, that will titillate your taste buds and get you in the mood for love. Included here are recipes for Steamed Artichoke Leaves with Green Goddess Dressing, Chocolate-Almond Truffles, Grilled Red Snapper with Avocado Sauce and .Curried Oysters with Chardonnay. Of the last plate, one couple had this to say: “Making this dish reminded us of our honeymoon 29 years ago in Cape Cod. We ate tons of oysters in many different dishes on that beautiful paradise by the ocean. What oysters did for us then, they still do for us today (maybe it’s just the memories). Whatever the case, we believe it is romance in the form of food. Use wisely, and only with those who deserve it.” —Matt and Carol, married 29 years, Philadelphia, PA
Can food produce sexual desire? Or, to put it another way, do aphrodisiacs actually exist? Many people think so. While the physical suggestion of sex may be enough for some, modern research shows that some classic aphrodisiacs can stimulate desire and increase performance.