InterCourses - book - review by Jessica Elizabeth

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Sexy, yummy and all around good!

It's very sensual - and so long as you know your way around a kitchen it's totally worth it! However, it's not a beginner's cookbook. Don't expect to learn to cook from this book.
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Pros:
Well designed, some recipes nice and easy, tasteful, sensual
Cons:
No pics of finished recipes
Rating by reviewer:
5
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About author

The book doesn't talk much about the author but there's information here on the book's website.
    • Engaging
    • Multiple contributoring authors
    • Very personal approach

Content / Style / Audience

This is a cookbook designed with foods and recipes to create a sensual and amorous atmosphere. I was surprised by some of the content, however it's all explained on the first couple pages of each chapter, which helps you understand why that was chosen as a subject matter.

Here are the chapters:
- chocolate - ginger
- asparagus - black beans
- chiles - oysters
- coffee - rosemary
- basil - edible flowers
- grapes - seafood
- strawberries- pine nuts
- honey - avocado
- artichokes - libations
- figs

She also includes massage oil recipes, an aphrodisiac usage guide, resources and a "works consulted" section. My favorite part however is the aphrodisiac usage guide. It includes which aphrodisiacs work best during which time of day and what to make depending on where your relationship is; is it brand new, or are you reconciling after a difficult period? Things like that.

The book is written for those who are interested in cooking and trying new foods but who are willing to take the time in preparations. Some recipes are harder than others.
    • Cookbook

Design

The book is hardcover and incredibly tasteful. The pages are thick and shiny. Unfortunately there's no photos of the completed recipes which I think takes away from it, however there *is* really sexy and tasteful photos of men and women with food from the recipes (individual ingredients) on their bodies. As an example for grapes there's a muscular man holding a bunch of grapes and for asparagus there's woman wearing an asparagus belt. (Seriously. It's actually really nice!)
    • Discreet cover

Personal comments

I was so excited when I saw EF had this book! I love cookbooks like this because sometimes it's little things like creating an extra special meal that can really add something to your relationship and day to day life.

I like the design of the book and the "feel" of it. It's sensual; not sexual.
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  • ToyGeek
    ToyGeek  
    My cooking chops are definitely not up to spec for this book, but thanks for the review!
  • Jessica Elizabeth
    Jessica Elizabeth  
    No prob We're both pretty adept in the kitchen so I'm uber excited about this one ^^
  • sbon
    sbon  
    Thanks for the review. I'm definitely adding this to my wishlist!
  • Jessica Elizabeth
    Jessica Elizabeth  
    No prob sbon! Yea, this book is totally awesome! ^^
  • Crystal1
    Crystal1  
    Sounds like an interesting read, even though I never cook!
  • LikeSunshineDust
    LikeSunshineDust  
    I love cookbooks too. This one's going on my wish list (despite not having pictures of the recipes). Thanks for the review
  • Jon S
    Jon S  
    ty for the reviewq
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