Erotic Food

This page was last updated 09/05/02

Other Foods

Whipped Cream & Honey

This one was suggested by pyscho_chica. I'm not altogther sure on the the particulars but I'm sure you can figure out something! ;-)
 
Truffles

An air of mystery has always surrounded the truffle. The fragrant muskiness of the truffle and its rarity keeps it on top of any list of aphrodisiacs. Paula Wolfert tells of a famous saying about truffles, "Those who wish to lead virtuous lives had better abstain." "Whoever says 'truffle' utters a great word which arouses erotic and gastronomic memories among the skirted sex and memories gastronomic and erotic among the bearded sex." Brillat-Savarin, 1825

Although these jet black nuggets of incredible flavor are quite expensive, a small amount goes a long way. Learn the secret of the lusty French and for that special occasion go ahead and splurge.

 

Chocolate

Valentine's Day is a time when the gifts of chocolates are given or received, ever perpetuating chocolate's reign as a part of wooing our lover. It's designation as an aphrodisiac remains basically undisputed for centuries. Chocolate has long been purported to have such a intense ability to increase the  sexual appetite, this apparently causing it to be banned from some monasteries a few centuries ago.

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Champagne

A symbol of luxury and celebrations, champagne is viewed as "the drink of love." There is a saying that whiskey makes a girl stop arguing, beer soothes her, gin disarms her, rum cajoles her and champagne arouses her. Champagne has proven to be a lavish tool to stimulate lust in one's lover!

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