An aphrodisiac cookbook like no other, this volume is direct, detailed, and informative, and packed with exclusive recipes, food and sex tips, descriptions and histories of ingredients, and even survey data about what food people find sexy. It is also the only aphrodisiac cookbook written by a certified sex therapist who also happens to be a foodie. Included are 101 delectable food and drink recipes organized for day-or-night enjoyment; detailed aphrodisiac history, usage, myths, and humor; tips and secrets to spice up both the kitchen and the bedroom; exclusive aphrodisiac survey data covering current attitudes and preferences; and support and encouragement for healthy relationships, body image, and eating habits.
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About the Author
Linda De Villers, PhD, is an internationally recognized authority on human sexuality and relationships with an emphasis on the role of exercise and diet in improving sexual function. Her work has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Glamour, the Los Angeles Times, Men’s Health, the New York Times, and the Washington Post. She is a former columnist for Health and Playboy.com. She lives in Los Angeles.
What People are Saying About This
“This is a fabulous book . . . it’s at the top of my list as a gift for friends and acquaintances who love life’s greatest pleasures.” —Salley Foley, PhD, coauthor, Sex Matters for Women: A Complete Guide to Taking Care of Your Sexual Self
“Original, captivating, useful, and most of all fun. I highly recommend this book to spice up (literally) your love life.” —Patricia J. Aletky, PhD, LP, midcontinent region president, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
“This amazing book shows couples how to recapture intimacy by teaming up in the kitchen or by surprising each other with aphrodisiac treats.” —Eli Coleman, PhD, director, Program in Human Sexuality, University of Minnesota Medical School
“A treasure for those who enjoy food and sex and for those who might want to enjoy them more.” —Konstance McCaffree, PhD, president, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality