Eat Something Sexy explores the pleasures of food and wine with reckless abandon.

With the most extensive database of natural aphrodisiac foods on the web, Eat Something Sexy is the ultimate resource on food and romance. The site also boasts features and recipes by culinary industry pros like Diane Brown (author of The Seduction Cookbook), Annette Tomei, Master of Gastronomy and nationally acclaimed culinary instructor and James Beard Award-winning writer Lyn Farmer as well as travel advice from some of the U.S.’s leading authorities including Madelyn Miller, Lark Ellen Gould and Bekah Wright.

Eat Something Sexy was created by Master of Gastronomy and aphrodisiac foods authority Amy Reiley who has been featured as an expert on aphrodisiacs in publications and websites including The New York Times, Marie Claire, National Geographic, Epicurious, Sydney Herald and Playboy as well as on radio and television from the BBC to The Today Show. Reiley is also the innovator behind Amy Reiley’s Pocket Vineyard and Amy Reiley’s Pocket Gourmet, the first comprehensive food and wine aps. Reiley was the second American Master of Gastronomy awarded by Le Cordon Bleu and in 2005 she was one of 5 wine professionals chosen as a finalist in the international Wine Women Awards.

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