Valentine's eating

wisdom goddess born
Bento-ing from: B-more › Maryland › USA
Joined: 20 Jan 2009
User offline. Last seen 5 years 6 weeks ago.

I was sitting here this morning, eating my breakfast, and I have to say that eating Fage greek yogurt (2%) and honey is a very sensual experience. The drizzling of the honey into the cup of creamy, dense yogurt , the golden streams of sticky goodness...wow! So I wanted to know dear panel...what foods do you find sexy? What are you gonna cook for St. Valentine's day? Do you and your lovey have a meal that just sends you beyond distraction? Please share.

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
mosaica
Bento-ing from: › Vermont › USA
Joined: 11 Mar 2008
User offline. Last seen 3 years 36 weeks ago.
Re: Valentine's eating

This one is a little odd, but for me: bliss! I like making and eating home-made corn tortillas made with really Great masa harina. There's something about the sweet summery smell of the masa which I find intoxicating.

:-)

____________________________________

http://mosaica.wordpress.com

wisdom goddess born
Bento-ing from: B-more › Maryland › USA
Joined: 20 Jan 2009
User offline. Last seen 5 years 6 weeks ago.
Re: Valentine's eating

mmmm sounds good. I never attempted making my own, but a good handmade tortilla is really tasty with a bit of cheese sprinkled on it just as it cools. Maybe a hint of cilantro minced. See I can go there too!

Stephanie
Bento-ing from: San Lorenzo › California › USA
Joined: 15 Jan 2009
User offline. Last seen 4 years 14 weeks ago.
Re: Valentine's eating

A while ago I heard on CNN was that men are aroused by the smell of freshly baked bread. Which I could see fitting in with the fresh tortilla, both smell really amazing fresh.

But I doubt I will be baking bread on Saturday. Instead I think I will borrow an oven and bake a small chocolate cake maybe even some petit fours, I am kind of picturing some almond and raspberry garnishes on top of a nice chocolate ganache.

I also came across this article that is somewhat timely: http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/02/12/menu.mood/index.html

Eleven Clovers
Bento-ing from: Warsaw › Poland
Joined: 7 Jan 2009
User offline. Last seen 5 years 29 weeks ago.
Re: Valentine's eating

No-one special so nothing special! ^_^
I was going to make pancakes, but I probably won't wake up in time. Btw, wisdom goddess born, I really want to try that Fage yogurt with honey. They sell it in my local supermarket but it's murderously expensive T.T I just get the Polish brand greek yogurt (but it's 10% eeeep!).
Oooh a nice thing would be chocolate fondue with plenty of strawberries! But they're not really in season for Valentine's Day <_<

____________________________________

"A common way to tell if it is well cooked is to throw the sausage onto a hard surface; if it bounces, the sausage is good."

My bento photos w/ detail and my blog.

Alice
Bento-ing from: Leicester › UK
Joined: 9 Jun 2008
User offline. Last seen 3 years 22 weeks ago.
Re: Valentine's eating

I was going to make various heart shaped baked goods. I don't have anyone too feed them too, and if I did I'd probably find it too tacky. I just wanted to use the bakeware. However, I was at an aplicant open day at Lancaster so I didn't get the chance.

Post new comment

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.

New forum activity since your last visit

TitleAuthorsort iconAnswersLast Post
Sesame salad dressing Supertaster91 year 2 weeks ago
Authentic paella? maki101 year 3 weeks ago
IMPORTANT: If you have a blog on JustBento... maki21 year 6 weeks ago
Shiso - uses for this herb Loretta01 year 8 weeks ago
Fuki (Japanese Butterbur) Tsukemono Recipes kumo51 year 8 weeks ago