What to Eat on Valentine’s Day

What to Eat on Valentine’s Day

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  • 12th February 2013
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If you are looking to have a very romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner take a look at these natural aphrodisiacs and consider how you can work them in to your dining experience!

1. Avocado

It could be the sensuous pear shape or the rich flavor of the fruit that gives avocado its aphrodisiac reputation. Whether added to salad, pureed in soups or chopped into the perfect bowl of fresh guacamole, the sea-green treat is perfect on your Valentine’s table.

2. Chili Peppers

This invigorating spice has an exotic reputation and stimulates endorphins. No wonder it is considered a symbol of love. Arriba!

3. Honey

Birds and bees ring a bell? Honey is made through pollination and is a symbol of procreation. The word ‘honeymoon’ got its name from mead, an alcoholic beverage made from honey, which was given to the happy couple.

4. Oysters

One of the most notorious aphrodisiacs, oysters are high in zinc and have a reputation for being great for love and fertility.

5. Chocolate

The mysterious powers of chocolate are well loved. Whatever is in the sweet substance that sends us running back for more, it’s definitely indispensable to Valentine’s Day.

Don’t forget!  Many Savannah Restaurants are running fantastic V-Day Specials!!  Some of the ones I have found most tempting are Blue Turtle Bistro, The Melting Pot, Vicki’s on Tybee, and Leoci’s Trattoria!!


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