Let's talk about 5excuisine and ask "Does it need Salt-n-Pepa?". here
Make the obvious entry into Google and see thiswhich is top of almost 60 million results for "sex-cuisine". Is it why Japan is the least obesity-ridden country [with Korea] among twenty-eight listed here?
As a way of introducing the topic, you are taken to a page which, in computer jargon, is "hidden". It doesn't appear in the side panel until it is opened. The aim comes in two parts. It is to keep it from those who make shallow searches using the page title and to increase the number of readers who have absorbed some of the background on previous pages.
Shallow-searchers will find plenty of results using "sex-cuisine". 59 million enough?
"There are over 100 aphrodisiac foods you can find on any shelf,” said Federer. “[Le Pape] wasn’t even aware he was using a lot of aphrodisiacs in the food.” Read more: here
But what's the difference between shallow and otherwise searches? It is a matter of what you use, of course. There's even sex-free cuisinehere.
Asparagus crops up a lot and it does here. Readers are left to their own devices and the same search. The asparagus site suggests another search - aphrodisiac cuisine. Only 1.3 million results here Top of the list is the inevitable book here. The topic has a long history - another book:
Who’s writing this article feels particularly qualified to give advice on this matter, just for writing a book, in 1992, in French, published by editor Robert Laffont and translated into several languages (but Italian), entitled Cinq mille ans de cuisine aphrodisiaque (Five thousands years of aphrodisiac cuisine), describing gallant recipes from here and elsewhere through history.source
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No doubt there will be other books on the topic. Raymond Oliver puts it into perspective in his chapter on Aphrodisiac Cookery. He surrounds his thoughts on the topic with other interesting material. An extract is here. The French at Table, Wine and Food Society/Michael Joseph 1967
There's a mere 93000 results for aphrodisiac cuisine including a book on the subject here. Why choose Pattaya as the location of flamboyant but irrelevant creative cuisine ? here
Put any naughty word + cuisine or cookery into Google and the variation in results, of course, is amazing as seen here. Chili peppers [followed by chocolate] occur ten pages into the results for aphrodisiac cuisinehere. Chili peppers, for example, quicken the pulse and induce sweating, mimicking the state of sexual arousal, as well as stimulating the release of endorphins, which play a role in sexual pleasure.
[Andrew Barr considers that ... the popularity of oriental cuisines with their sensual, spicy flavours, is a manifestation of ... food as pleasure.Drink - a Social History, Pimlico (Press), 1998, p 103. Search Google and this is the result Your search - Andrew Barr "the popularity of oriental cuisines with their sensual, spicy flavours" - did not match any documents. ]
Clearly, with many searches and so many results , most are unworthy of mention.
If you haven't see the hidden page yet, it's here .