Monday, April 8, 2013

Garlic ~ Aphrodisiacs from A to Z

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Garlic, huh?  is probably what you're thinking right now. Yeah, yeah, I know; consuming copious quantities of the stuff leads to breath that kicks like a mule in heat, which can hardly be conducive to kissing, much less good-time sexy-pants-type activities. On the one hand, this works perfectly in defense against vampires. On the other hand, sometimes a vampire bite's just the thing to satisfy one's unholy lust for...

Ahem. I digress. Forgive.

Y U SO SEX-AY?
Like basil and cardamom, garlic increases circulation, which is believed to stir up one's passion. And, you know, if both the guy and the gal partake, ain't no dude gonna notice anything untoward when the time comes to...pucker.

RECIPES

*'Cause I'm not about to take any chances.

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Sources

22 comments:

  1. Damn! I love garlic. And when both consume garlic, whoa, the aphrodisiac qualities kick in!!!

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  2. I do love garlic, and I never knew that it helped increase circulation. These posts are great because not only are they informative, but they're also very memorable.

    Julie

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  3. j'dadore (sp) Garlic, I'm also loving your series of posts. Great work.

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  4. Pot luck garlic bread! Great title for a recipe. Pretty much everything I make is pot luck. Big lover of garlic anyway so by the end of next week I should be as rampant as a rabbit. But that's a whole new story.

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  5. I love garlic, but if I eat it and Hubby doesn't, he ain't coming anywhere near me lol

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  6. Mmm I love garlic, especially garlic bread! Yummy :)

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  7. Garlic, really. Hmm, well, good for those who like it. I prefer to keep my blood pure for Eric Northman.

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  8. I really really like garlic. ^^^ I agree with Christine about Eric Northman!
    Dani @ Entertaining Interests
    #warriorminion

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  9. Garlic is tasty and yes, it would be good idea both eat it. Otherwise one will be all horny and the other will be running for his/her life, just like a scene of Pepe le Pew.

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  10. Imagine what would happen if you made a recipe using the spices/foods you've listed thus far all at the same time?! BTW, I looooove garlic!

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  11. I love garlic...what a bonus that it's supposed to make one horny!

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  12. I've run into two garlics and one ginger today! Nice! Good post. You always inform!

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  13. Vampires and garlic. Can't we all just get along? (;

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  14. Garlic...yum! Didn't know that it was an aphrodisiac though...bonus. I'm all for a party in the pants. Meow :D

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  15. Well that explains a lot about my husband *eats garlic daily* need I say more:)
    WriterlySam

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  16. LOL, youse guys slay me!

    @Al - OMG, that's hilarious, I can totally picture the scene.

    @JoJo - I'm toying with the idea (you know, when I have my own place again) of making every recipe that really appeals to me and having an orgy. Uh, I mean, a FEAST. Yeah, that's the ticket. ;-)

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  17. Another great reason to love garlic!

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  18. Pesto! The magic sauce combining both basil and garlic! I knew there was a reason I liked it.

    Wait. You're in your own place again? Do tell. Email me pronto!

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  19. Love these recipes! I am a garlic fanatic and will eat it whole. I'm not kidding. I love it when the garlic cloves are marinated in olive oil or Italian dressing. Mmm... I know I'm crazy. LOL

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  20. @Sara Leigh - J'adore pesto!

    @Melissa - Like, RAW??? :-)

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