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.
We sat down with new author Tyler Capps, creator of Cooking Comically: Recipes So Easy You’ll Actually Make Them, to learn all about cooking for that special someone. Delicious recipe included!
I have a true breakfast love — pancakes. Kids learn about romance from their parents, and mine taught me well. Mom made fluffy, whole-wheat pancakes, and dad drizzled them with real maple syrup. When I got older, I made my own pancakes and soon developed three go-to recipes: granola-stuffed pumpkin, zucchini-cinnamon, and cornmeal. I cooked these pancakes for friends, family and, most importantly, guys I dated.
Cook up these ghoulish, yet oh-so good snacks to munch on with your significant other while you cuddle up on Hallow's Eve.
Imagine answering your door and being hand-delivered a box of scrumptious, gourmet, organic snacks — once a month for an entire year. It could happen to you! All you have to do is take our quick, super-fun survey about the delicious intersection of food and love. In other words, we want to know how food plays into your romantic life. Do you prefer dinner dates or cocktail dates? Do you do the cooking or does your partner? Stuff like that. Here's how to enter to win.
Tired of the same ole same date night routine? Don't sweat it — these sultry, exciting and out-of-the-box date night ideas are the perfect way to enjoy your two favorite things — food and wine — with your favorite person.
Hungry for some lovin' tonight? When Chef Michael Symon isn't whipping up drool-worthy dishes on Food Network or co-hosting The Chew on ABC, he's preparing homecooked meals for his wife Liz. Jealous? We are!
Try out new, Nutella-based recipes to enjoy with your special someone.
Food is unquestionably the most powerful aphrodisiac known to mankind, so think of these dates as 'culinary foreplay.'
Food and sex have a lot in common — they're sensual, nourishing, and have the potential for great variety. One of the easiest, most delicious ways to rev up your sex life is to add some edible ingredients. In fact, "foodplay" is especially suited to long-term relationships.
Most of us just assume that we’re buying safe food when we go to the grocery store. After all, the government protects us, right? Well….some laws are in place, but whether they’re being enforced is another story.. This just became more evident when the scientific nonprofit, USP, United States Pharmacopeial Convention, announced that new reports of fake and contaminated food products submitted to its Food Fraud
Despite our diligent label reading, the incidence of “food fraud” is up 60% since last year alone, according to the nonprofit USP, the scientific organization that helps set standards for the "quality, safety and benefit" of foods and medicines. www.foodfraud.org. USP defines food fraud as intentional adulteration, dilution or mislabeling of goods, which can also occur when a seller fraudulently adds inferior ingredients or removes or replaces real ingredients with cheaper ones.
Rather than shooting your wonderful man a demeaning look when he overeats or indulges in lots of sugar, help him. Chances are, he'll be grateful and totally on board. Here are some tips for you to lovingly support him during the holidays.
Think cats only crave meat or fish? Think again! "People food" can be just as appealing to kitties as it is to dogs. And some felines enjoy a well-balanced diet — of fruit, vegetables, and even pancakes. These snacking cats give Garfield a run for his money!
To: Letter to Me From: Myself Re: Thanksgiving Alone Date: November 22 Hi there, Yea, I’m here. I know. It’s Thanksgiving, and I’m……well, I could say I’m just checking my email here for a minute before the family gets here….or I had to jump online to check on the tweaks for that special cranberry recipe. Or, believably, I could be sending a couple of email
I recently had the chance to chat with chef Lidia Bastianich, one of the biggest names in Italian food today, to discuss cooking and relationships. Here's what she had to say...