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Try something pink or red ...
for breakfast
A glass of cranberry or pink grapefruit juice
Half a red grapefruit, maraschino cherry in the center
Heart shaped pancakes. Use cookie cutters to set shape. Serve with sweetened strawberries (frozen or fresh).
Fry an egg inside a heart-shaped, metal cookie cutter.
Cut toast into heart shapes.
Turn hot cereal pink with food coloring. Add cinnamon candy hearts
for lunch
Cream-cheese-and-strawberry-jam sandwiches, cut into heart shapes with a cookie cutter.
Fruit salad, with strawberries, cherries, red apple slices, & red grapes
Gazpacho with some crusty French bread.
Cherry tomatoes, beets, sweet red pepper & radishes, with a white dip.
for dinner
Stuffed red bell peppers
Cajun Shrimp
Salmon, red snapper
Glazed ham with maraschino cherries
Chicken breast with a red sauce topping
Red potatoes
Red beans & rice

Intercourses : An Aphrodisiac Cookbook
by Martha Hopkins, et al

Forget Spanish fly or powdered rhino horn; if you want to get your lover in the mood, look no farther than your local supermarket. Strawberries, chocolate, asparagus--even coffee--have long been considered stimulants for the romantic appetite.
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a special day set aside to remember falling in love & when naughtiness can be a virtue


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