Monday, May 2, 2011

Sexy-Recipe Monday

Today's Recipe: How to Spice Up Your Love Life...

We all want our love life to be exciting and challenging to keep it spicy and hot. Sometimes it only takes a bit of creativity and an imagination to keep the spice right where it belongs...between you and your lover.

Try an evening of finger foods...and the one MUST feed each other. The ooey and gooeyest recipes are the best. And if by accident you drop something, only use your mouth to clean it up.

Text each other your deepest, darkest fantasy. You'll have your man/woman stewing with desire until they finally reach you.

Make a touching for two days. Yes, you heard me correctly. No touching. That means no kissing, no fondling, no hugs...nothing. Why? This is an opportunity to use your other sexual tools to get his attention. A sensual look across the room. A toss of hair over one shoulder. Bend over to retrieve the magazine from the floor and give him a glance of cleavage. And--ahem--backside. He walks into the door and toss him a flirty smile. By the time the rule is lifted, he'll be more than ready.

Wear sexy underwear. Not only is this an ego boost for yourself, but a man needs to be reminded that Victoria isn't the only one with a secret. You have a few of your own. Play up your assets. Nice breasts? Flat stomach? Long legs? And don't forget the sexy siren-red heels...and leave them on.

Here's a recipe to make both of you happy. Don't forget the red wine.

Ingredients (for two):
1. 1 teaspoon of sea salt (preferably rock salt)
2. 1 tablespoon of olive oil
3. 4 BASIL leaves
4. 8 AVOCADO slices
5. 4 cuts of prosciutto
6. 4 cantaloupe slices
Step 1
Place two slices of avocado on each cantaloupe slice. Place a basil leaf on top of the avocado. Wrap it up tight with the prosciutto at an angle to cover most of the melon slice.
Step 2
Put your wrapped cantaloupe slices on one plate. Pour olive oil over the lot then scatter some sea salt and serve it up. Who’s the player now? You are! Yes you can!
Can you get laid tonight?  Yes you can!
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