Day Food Fetish Aphrodisiac Edibles for Valentine’s

Day Food Fetish Aphrodisiac Edibles for Valentine’s

By Rebecca Chastenet de Gery, Fri., Feb. 14, 1997

Photo courtesy “Inter Courses – an Aphrodisiac Cookbook”

The getaway of love is upon us just as before, so that as you prepare this present year’s plan of seduction, keep in mind that food plays as essential a task in stirring interests as being a schmaltzy card, eloquent love letter, or a romantic present. Strong cheese might seem a turn-off to some, but I may never have ended up with a last name that half my family has trouble pronouncing without it, an assortment of dense, sticky dried fruit, and a chilled flute glass brimming with pale golden champagne. Phone me personally a sucker (or a food-o-phile that is overenthusiastic, but we effortlessly surrendered before these primitive, riverside picnics packed by a determined Frenchman. As well as in defense of strong cheese, Casanova supposedly swore by Roquefort’s capabilities of stimulation.