"In the Mood" Foods
Ever since Aphrodite, Greek Goddess of Love, appeared on the scene in mythology, modern-day diners have been trying to bring her back to the dinner table. We can help.
Also known as "rocket", the seed of this leafy green has been documented as an aphrodisiac since the first century A.D. It was often combined with pine nuts and pistachios. Representing "the seed," foods such as bulbs, eggs, snails were considered to have sexual powers stemming from their ability to grow, produce, or just remind diners of the possibility of an after-dinner dessert to remember.
Most Popular Recipes
- 1. Ancho-Rubbed Flank Steak
- 2. Walnut Cream Cheese on Cinnamon-Raisin
- 3. Pork Tenderloin in Phyllo
- 4. Eggplant Parmesan
- 5. Tex-Mex Calzones