Sunday, August 29, 2010

Aphrodisiac Pasta Dishes

Aphrodisiac foods are certainly not a modern invention. Their origin becomes to antiquity, from Egyptian, Greek and Romans cultures.

The word aphrodisiac comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and May be inspired by Greek legends and derived from mythology People have been experimenting with so called aphrodisiac food as a mean to induce passion and fertility. Stories from past, tell us how many cultures have design their own menu of delicacies with a long list of ingredients, which are considered to be potent aphrodisiacs for no apparent reason –
Aniseed, Asparagus, Almond, Arugula, Avocado, Banana, Basil, Chocolate, Carrots, Caffee, Garlic, Ginger, Figs, Honey, Mustard, Oyster, Pine nuts, Pineapple, Raspberries and Strawberries, Vanilla, Wine are just a few of the potently enticing ingredients known as Aphrodisiac Foods has always been a human curiosity to discover the sexual power of the dishes and the right way to combine the ingredients in such a way that would contribute to sexual stimulation.
But does aphrodisiac cuisine really exist? Is not that a Myth? Can food really be an aphrodisiac? The answer is yes!!! There is an undeniable complicity between table and seduction.
And this is why ...
Even, not believing in the scientific foundation about the aphrodisiac effect it cannot be denied that some foods have a stimulating action more than others…and there is nothing better that feeling well with us and our partner.
On top of that, create an attractive plate, a nice beverage, a pinch of decorum, a little bit of imagination and creativity and the result will be… undeniable aphrodisiac effects!

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