We think staying in is the new sexy. That's why we've kicked off our Dinner For Two series! This week, we're serving up a mouthwatering menu that's sure to impress your date — sneakily flavored with aphrodisiac ingredients, like this traditional French stew. (Ooh la la!)
Welcome to 30 Days Of Love, our one-month initiative to bring you closer to the love you deserve just in time for Valentine's Day. Today, we're shining the spotlight on nourishment — and its role in a fulfilling relationship.
We're serving up a mouthwatering array of dishes that are sure to impress your date — all of which are sneakily flavored with aphrodisiac ingredients. This week's menu features a healthy twist: Thai salmon sliders, baked fries, and lemon and ginger bars, plus a skinny cocktail recipe!
Allow Willie Degel—founder and CEO of Uncle Jack's Steakhouse chain in New York City—to take over your kitchen and prepare his pistachio and cranberry crusted rack of lamb served with horseradish scented Swiss chard.
Life coach Dr. Russ L'HommeDieu shares a post by nutritionist Bethany N. Kondavaty and the complex nature of just saying no to holiday desserts. Read on to learn how she manages to avoid the snacks and what you can learn from her experiences.
Is tonight's dinner another "leftovers roulette" with your fridge and pantry? No need—Nadia G. of Cooking Channel's Bitchin' Kitchen's got this.
Cooking your first Thanksgiving meal together can be intimidating to say the least. That's why we've done the work for you by preparing the ultimate menu, including tasty hors d'Oeuvres, a decadent dessert and, of course, the hallmark of the holiday: the turkey.
Want stronger orgasms and a higher libido? Start with your nutrition. No — you don't have to eat oysters for three meals a day (they're awkward to eat at your office desk anyway). But you can kickstart your libido and improve your sexual health with these meals … dessert included!
I always find time to cook because I love doing it—and more importantly, I love the person I cook for. But finding time during a busy work week is, well, you probably know how it is. Enter Plated, a service that that lets you order dinner subscription boxes online. It's perfect for busy couples who want to prepare home-cooked meals with a dash of convenience.
No matter how you slice and dice it, food and love are inextricably tied. In fact, YourTango polled more than a thousand hungry readers for our Breakfast, Love & Dinner survey, and 75% agreed that preparing food for someone is a significant act of love. We gathered 17 of the most inspiring quotes about love and food—and they're plenty more where these came from.
What can't you serve in Peruvian prisons? And not serving what steamy hot drink in the morning was grounds for divorce in Turkey? We've all heard the weird and wacky instances of outlawed love — but you'd be amazed at how many of them have to do with food.
We all yearn for deep, enduring love. We burn for exotic, erotic sex. We crave...well, you name it. Why? Not because we are all hot to trot, but because our brains are. That's right. A segment of the brain called the limbic system governs our reward circuitry, or "pleasure centers," which in turn rule our wants and desires, especially when it comes to love and food, the two things the body—and the species—need to survive. But that's just where the story begins.
YourTango is giving away five DIY dinner kits complete with everything you need to make a delicious ethnic meal, chocolate fondue for dessert and hot chocolate as an after-dinner snack. Just answer our question in the comments and you'll automatically be entered to win!
Everyone's heard of the mystical powers of Spanish Fly, but what other wild and crazy aphrodisiac foods are out there? To get in the mood, would you drink cobra blood, or eat any number of animal penises? Frankly, it just seems easier to get some Viagra. But we thought we'd share some the shocking libido-boosters from all across the globe in case you change your mind.