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The Easiest Herb Roast Chicken and Baby Fingerling Potatoes

The Easiest Herb Roast Chicken and New Potatoes | Eat Something SexySometimes it’s the little things that are most important. I’m talking about the little things like making a meal that requires little prep and bakes away happily while you spend your time on other, more meaningful things. Roast chicken is perfect for stress-free cooking. True, chicken can be mundane and is, unfortunately, often bland. But we’ve perked our bird up with aphrodisiac herbs and a pile of perfectly roasted new fingerlings. Read more

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Steel Cut Oats For Dinner: Turmeric Porridge with Kimchi and Fried Egg

steel cut oats for dinner--Turmeric Porridge with KimchiSteel cut oats for dinner? Why not? Oat is really just another whole grain. And steel cut oats, oats that have been chopped up rather than rolled, have a texture reminiscent of other grains that have been slow cooked.

We’re featuring this particular oat recipe because it takes the aphrodisiac of oats and layers it with other libido boosting ingredients. Read more

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Farro with Mushrooms and Spinach

quick cooking farro with mushrooms This recipe comes to us from Chef Diane Brown, creator of the Family Farm Box. And although her primary focus is on preparing CSA-based family meals, Diane is no stranger to the world of aphrodisiacs. She’s also the author of The Seduction Cookbook and the creator of our romantic menu section, Diva Dish.

Comments Diane on this recipe, “Suppose you were at a cocktail party, and you had to answer an ice-breaker question about what vegetable would be your boyfriend? Read more

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Greek Recipes for a Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner

diane brown, author of the seduction cookbookDiva Dish with Diane Brown

Diane Brown, author of The Seduction Cookbook: Culinary Creations For Loversoffers her recipes for a Greek-inspired, aphrodisiac Valentine’s Day dinner. View the intro here. Read more

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Recipe for Butter Braised Collards with Fire Cider

butter braised collards in fire ciderThe good people who make Fire Cider shared this side dish recipe with us to illustrate the versatility of their spicy, apple cider vinegar-based elixir. Delicious on it’s own, Fire Cider is also a chef’s friend, providing inspiration for recipes like this one from Alana Chernila of Eating from the Ground Up. We love how the Fire Cider adds a sultry spice to braised collards, traditionally considered a not-so-sexy dish. With this added kiss of spice and the brightness of vinegar, we think you’ll soon view collards as an aphrodisiac classic.  Read more