Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Valentine’s Day Dinner Turns Sensual And Sexy

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The way to your Valentine’s heart is through their stomach.

Los Angeles-based chef Gisele Perez is the owner of Small Pleasures Fine Catering, and will be cooking up a sexy Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) menu for her customers based on luscious foods with known aphrodisiac properties like asparagus, lobster, white truffles, ginger, and of course, chocolate.

Perez offers delicacies like asparagus tips with saffron aioli and baby lobster tails with drawn butter, and says the creamy finger foods are all fun to eat, and light enough so you don’t feel weighed down during your big Valentine’s date.

Perez says the amorous aphrodisiacs on her menu are best accompanied with a bottle of champagne, but suggests lovers save room for the sexiest, most sensual part of their meal – dessert.

Her sweet concoctions include vanilla creme brulee, dark chocolate truffles, and gourmet chocolate fondue with juicy strawberries and grapes.

Perez says, “There’s nothing sexier than feeding your lover chocolate-dipped strawberries. It really sets the mood. Eating is a sensual thing, and a sexy, delicious dinner is the best gift to give someone!”

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