The Hungry Love Cookbook by Cindy Silvert
What are you hungry for? The Hungry Love Cookbook: 30 Steamy, Scintillating Stories; 100 Titillating, Mouthwatering Recipes is a collection of romantic parody vignettes interwoven with luscious recipes that are easy to follow and require the least amount of work for the maximum flavor. The amorous escapades contained within will whet your appetite for more than just food. The Hungry Love Cookbook will supercharge your love life with irresistible, aphrodisiac-laden menus and infuse your cooking experience with romance, intrigue, and a giggle.
Each of the thirty chapters includes a scintillating escapade along with three or four recipes that delight the story’s characters and a beautiful photographs of the recipes and ingredients. The Hungry Love Cookbook’s suggestive stories will inspire the reader to re-create the recipes and magic within. Its sexy approach will make cooking more fun than ever before. Even readers with the most basic culinary skills will be able to follow the simplified steps to creating impressive, succulent dishes.
The ultimate handbook for both new cooks and those hoping to expand their culinary skills, The Hungry Love Cookbook is peppered with culinary words of wisdom and indispensable aphrodisiac secrets. No other cookbook will make readers this hungry.
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