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Valentine's Day is the perfect time to surprise the one we love with some suggestive food and drinks. Don't worry, we're not implying that anyone shape a meal into a provocative body part. Nothing like that. In fact, when it comes to these sensual recipes, the names say it all! These fun ideas for drinks and dessert come with just the right amount of naughty. Sure, oysters and pomegranates are supposed to be a few of the aphrodisiac foods, but they're so very messy to eat.
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And it worked. More diners chose the fancy-named items, and selected larger portions of them too in the experiment last fall at a Stanford University cafeteria. Other research has shown that people tend to think of healthful sounding food as less tasty, so the aim was to make it sound as good as more indulgent, fattening fare. The study was done over 46 days last fall. Lunchtime vegetable offerings were given different labels on different days. Almost one-third of the nearly 28, diners chose a vegetable offering during the study.
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Lots of buttermilk and coffee get mixed into this batter to create an incredibly moist, rich and fudgy dessert. Sacher torte is a classic Austrian chocolate cake layered with apricot preserves. This version uses the preserves three ways: for moistening the cake layers, as a thick filling between the layers and as a glaze to seal the cake before covering it in chocolate. The cake is moist and luscious on its own, but it's also delicious served the traditional way, with unsweetened whipped cream.
Calling all cooks! Food psychologists have discovered a whole new ingredient which can add some extra zing to all your culinary creations! The experimenters conducted a six-week cafeteria study on adults and changed the names of six popular food items that were offered twice per week. The names of each food item had been pre-tested and found to be suitably descriptive and appealing.