Have you heard that the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach?
Would you enjoy preparing meals for or with the one you love?
Isn’t Valentine’s Day the best time to make that happens?
Whether you are a single person, currently looking for someone special, or in a committed relationship, there is numerous food that can bring a romantic feeling to your Valentine’s Day meals and treats.
Seafood like oysters, shrimp and salmon is excellent choices for romantic meals. Oysters have been commonly known to be aphrodisiacs for many years. Eating oysters and other seafood can help to allow you to feel your attraction to another person more strongly, and bring you and your special one closer, physically and emotionally.
Honey, included in main dishes, desserts or teas and jams, can play a role in the romance of your Valentine’s Day dishes. It’s such a sweet ingredient that it can almost make you smile, thinking about enjoying it.
Peppers, like jalapenos, green peppers and chili peppers, contain the types of endorphins that often boost your energy and mood. They contain capsaicin, which causes tingling of the tongue & lips. Interesting, yes? Read on, check out some truly romantic recipes…