Forget Spanish fly or powdered rhino horn; Naughty nibbles features heart-melting, temperature-raising dishes with aphrodisiac ingredients. Strawberries, chocolate, asparagus--even coffee--have long been considered stimulants for the romantic appetite. Don't wait around for Cupid to take charge this February. With a little imagination Aphrodite can help you stir things up on your own.
I just watched Barefoot Contessa and she made a romantic breakfast for dinner for her husband....I have posted the other things she made which are recipe #85443, recipe #85449 and recipe #85447. She also made sausage links which I'm sure everyone knows how to cook in a pan ;>
Turkish coffee is not just limited to turkey, but is a traditional drink all over the middle east. You can buy freshly roasted and prepared coffee beans while you wait Turkish coffee from most middle eastern grocers in the united states. They usually use a combo blend of light and dark coffee beans and grind cardamom up in it at the same time.You can even purchase Turkish coffee pots that Turkish coffee is made in at most grocers. If you don't have a Turkish coffee pot, don't worry, you can use any pot. This recipe is the next best thing.*Measurements are approximate, so you may add or decrease according to taste buds*
A creamy chocolate, coffee, hazelnut cocktail which is far too good to make only once a year. Share this with a loved one at any time... Among Valentine's Day 2006 recipes in the Australian magazine 'Women's Day'.
Wonderful punch for a holiday cocktail party. The Holiday Spice Syrup recipe makes 3 cups and can be refrigerated for up to 1 week. The left overs can be used in a great drink recipe: December Stormy #146719 Recipe is by Eben Klemm, the supremely creative bar manager and mixologist at Pico, New York's most elegant Portuguese restaurant. Punch needs to stand at room temperature for 1 hour before serving.
Find the biggest, sweetest, freshest strawberries around and serve with stems on for a handle and start dipping. So light and delicious. The recipe comes from Gwendolyn's Bed and Breakfast Inn in Vermont.
This is a delicious, light tasting dessert, perfect after a heavy meal! If the mangoes are small you may want to get more: the more mango, the more flavorful it will be. It can be garnished with mint leaves, raspberries, or blackberry liquor, very impressive! Cooking time is time needed to chill pulp.
Chef Traunfeld has experimented his whole life with infusing herbs & food. In this dish he uses sage and lemon to create a perfect balance of delicate flavors that embellish a dish yet somehow never overpower it.