The Sex Life of Food: When Body and Soul Meet to Eat
Macmillan, 1 de abr. de 2007 - 272 páginas
"The sex life of food" doesn't mean that the strawberries have fallen in love with the oatmeal. It's a look at food—and sex—and how they go together in our daily lives much more often than we realize. There are so many ways that hunger and desire act on each other, and so many things that can influence our preferences. Not only are people moved by the taste, texture, and the shapes of the food they eat, but even the names of some dishes can kindle hunger—of both kinds—in some. As the author writes, "Sometimes cooking is foreplay, eating is making love, and doing the dishes is the morning after."
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THE SEX LIFE OF FOOD: When Body and Soul Meet to EatComentário do usuário - Kirkus
A bubbling stew of food lore, presented with panache and a dash of humor. Crumpacker, a pastry chef and cookbook author, sees food as sexy—e.g., red meat is masculine and so are carrots and bananas ... Ler resenha completa
LibraryThing ReviewComentário do usuário - sabs83 - LibraryThing
An interesting idea but she seemed to be making the same points over and over. Ler resenha completa