Sunday, January 25, 2009

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aphrodisiac:  An agent (as a food or drug) that arouses or 
is held to arouse sexual desire.
- Merriam-Webster

Asparagus, almonds, ginseng and, of course, oysters are just a few of the many foods that are said to ignite the flames d'amour.  Based on our experience, however, we've come up with a very different list of go-to treats when we're looking to set a certain mood...  

Likewise, while your significant other may enjoy the occasional briny bi-valve, we're willing to bet you know of a better way to his or her heart.  So, in honor of Cupid's big day, what are some of the foods you whip up when it's time for a little romance in your house?

9 comments:

Eddie G said...

Greek tapas. A bottle of wine. Good jazz.

Classy&Sassy said...

That sounds very romantic, Eddie! Here at my house, we grill some steaks or boil up a big pot of spicy shrimp when it's time for a candlelight dinner...

gammypie said...

I'm all about cheese, a good loaf of bread and red wine!

eatingindallas said...

Alaskan King Crab with drawn butter. Damn.

FoodiePrincess said...

A cheese plate does it for me every time. The way to Mike's heart is a ribeye with grits.

Suzy Shoup said...

Our "special" homemade meal has always been cornish game hens with some wild rice and green beans and key lime pie (or creme brulee).

Kewljen said...

A big serving of spaghetti with hamburger and sausage in the sauce, along with some cheesy garlic bread. :) Build up the energy reserves - LOL!

Joe & Kristi Cochran said...

Simple! A decadent dessert will do the trick for me -- preferably chocolate.

Smarry said...

Very nice thanks for great posting............

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