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10 From GEM: Valentine’s Day Edition: Sexy Cuisine In Under 30 Minutes

10 From GEM: Valentine's Day Edition: Sexy Cuisine In Under 30 Minutes

10 From GEM: Valentine’s Day Edition:
Sexy Cuisine In Under 30 Minutes

I’m so excited about today’s Valentine’s Day Edition! J Federer is a Michelin-starred chef that specializes in Sex on the Table. According to his website (which also serves as his alias), cheffed, he uses aphrodisiacs you can find in any organic store to create his dishes. Today he shares with us 10 sexy recipes that you can make in about 30 minutes. The actual clock time is 10 minutes, but I know by reading them some of us (me) would need a little extra time. Each recipe serves two and there are some vegetarian options as well. Enjoy! ~Ella

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1. PORK CHOP
ON FENNEL-APRICOT RAGOUT

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Creative Commons/Joelk75

  • Marinate 2 pork chops with lime, salt and pepper, grill them on medium heat.
  • Shave 1 fennel, cut 1 cup of dried apricots into strips, chop 1 small bunch of parsley.
  • Saute the fennel on high heat and flambe it with Absinth.
  • Add the apricots, saute only for about 30 seconds. Add 1 cup of vegetable broth, boil and reduce the liquid until the fennel is tender.
  • Add 1 tsp of butter, keep boiling on high heat until butter has completely emulsified with the vegetable broth.
  • Add parsley, put fennel-apricot ragout in center of a large plate, put grilled pork chop on top.

Sex on the Table fact: Eating fennel gives some men an irresistible smell.

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2. MANGO-CILANTRO SALAD
WITH SHRIMP

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Creative Commons/tianguyen

  • Cut 1 small mango in small cubes, chop 1/2 bunch of cilantro. Mix cilantro with the mango and season with 1/2 tsp of cardamom.
  • Shave 1 shallot, saute 1 lbs. of shrimp (tails) in olive oil, season with little salt and chili flakes.
  • When shrimp is almost cooked, add shallot, saute for 30 more seconds, add juice of 1 lime and 1 tsp. of butter. Glaze shrimp and mix with the mango-cilantro salad.

Can be served over rice.

Sex on the Table fact: Eating mangoes has been proven to increase the intensity of a female orgasm.

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3. RAW SPAGHETTI

Creative Commons/ Fern @ Life on the Balcony

Creative Commons/ Fern @ Life on the Balcony

*VEGETARIAN

  • Boil 1/2 lbs. of spaghetti.
  • Cut 2 small vine tomatoes in fine cubes, put in a large bowl, add 1/2 cup of extra virgin olive oil, season with salt and pepper.
  • Cut 1 small bunch of basil into strips, crumble 1/2 lbs. of buffalo mozzarella cheese.
  • When spaghetti are cooked “al dente”, pour hot spaghetti over raw tomatoes. Mix and sprinkle mozzarella crumbs over spaghetti while mixing.
  • Add basil and serve warm.

Sex on the Table fact: In medieval times it was the belief in the mediterranean that basil, preferable sprinkled over the body of a sleeping man, would keep him from cheating on his wife.

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4. TROUT IN A BAG

Creative Commons/Johan de Koning

Creative Commons/Johan de Koning

Great when you have leftover rice.

  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • Cut 1 cup of vegetables (carrots, leek, celery root) in small strips or cubes, saute in olive oil on high heat until almost tender. Mix with two cups of cooked rice, season with salt.
  • Take two square sheets of tinfoil (about 10” x 10”) , butter the bottom center of each sheet. Put equal parts of rice-vegetable mixture on buttered sections of each sheet.
  • Season 2 trout filets with salt and pepper, put on top of rice, top with 1 Tsp. of herb butter.
  • Flip tinfoil over and seal by twisting all three edges.
  • Put in oven for about 8 minutes.

Sex on the Table fact: Seduction is the art of triggering all senses. You can’t beat the sensation of smelling that dish once you open the tinfoil bag.

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5. PESTO BAGEL
WITH ROASTED VEGETABLES

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Creative Commons/lilfishstudios

*VEGETARIAN

  • Preheat oven to 400.
  • Cut bell pepper, eggplant, zucchini in large rounds / squares.
  • Put in a roasting tray, drizzle olive oil on top, add 1 little twig each of rosemary and thyme. Crush two cloves of garlic (with skin) and add to the tray. Put tray in oven for ten minutes.
  • Toast the bagels, spread pesto sauce on each side, fill bagels with vegetables.

Sex on the Table fact: Garlic (part of pesto sauce) supports the men’s blood circulation and we all know where that blood should end up.

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6. HALLOUMI CHEESE
ON ZUCCHINI AND CHICK PEA SALAD

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Creative Commons/hoimoi

*VEGETARIAN

  • Grill two slices of halloumi cheese for about 2 minutes on each side.
  • Slice 2 medium zucchini, toss with 1 Tsp. of olive oil and grill them in a pan or under a broiler until brown and tender (about 2 minutes).
  • Whisk 3 tsp. of olive oil with 1/2 tsp. of red wine vinegar in a large bowl. Add 1 pinch of ground cumin seeds, salt and pepper.
  • Dice 2 tsp. of shallots, 1 tsp. of mint, add to the vinaigrette, season with sugar if too acidic.
  • Toss zucchini and 1 can of chickpeas in vinaigrette.
  • Put halloumi cheese in center of a plate, toss salad on top.

Sex on the Table fact: Chick peas are such strong aphrodisiacs that priests and scholars in medieval times were not allowed to eat them.

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7. LAMB CUTLETS
WITH PUMPKIN PESTO

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Creative Commons

  • Roast 3 tsp. of pumpkin seeds, blend in food processor with 1 clove of garlic, a small bunch of flat leaf parsley (stemmed), 1 oz. of sun dried tomatoes, a pinch of chili flakes, 1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese and 1/2 cup of extra virgin olive oil.
  • Season 6 lamb cutlets, saute in hot pan until medium cooked, wrap in tinfoil and keep at a warm place for 4 minutes.
  • Saute 1 cup of precooked green fava beans in olive oil, add 1 clove minced garlic and 1 cup of tomato in cubes.
  • Serve fava beans in center of plate, spread pumpkin seed pesto on lamb, serve on top of fava beans.

Sex on the Table fact: Pumpkin seeds are the best natural prevention from prostate cancer.

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8. PAN SEARED TUNA

WITH LAVENDER SALT

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Creative Commons/Carlos Cruz Trabanino<center

  • Soak tuna in juice from 1 lime, coat in minced rosemary and thyme of equal parts, with 1 minced garlic clove added.
  • Saute 1 minute each side on high heat in olive oil.
  • Carve in thin slices, crumble lavender over tuna and season with salt.
  • Serve over salad with kidney beans.

Sex on the Table fact: Lavender gives women a smell some cannot resist.

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9. WATERMELON SALAD WITH FETA

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Creative Commons/Luodanli

*VEGETARIAN

  • Cut 3 cups of watermelon and 1 lbs of feta cheese in cubes of about 1/2 inch each side, put in a bowl, season with sea salt.
  • Put 1 bunch of basil in food processor. Heat 3/4 cups of olive oil until about 80 F (the warmth will release the essentials from the basil). Add oil to food processor and blend with basil.
  • Put basil dressing on top of salad, shave 1 shalott, put on top, garnish with olives.

Sex on the Table fact: Researchers of the University of Texas have found that watermelon has the same compounds as Viagra.

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10. PORK FILET MIGNON ON ORANGE BROCCOLI

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Creative Commons/frankfarm

  • Season 6 pork filet mignon pieces and saute until well done. Let rest in tinfoil for 2 – 3 minutes at a warm place.
  • Cook 1/2 lbs of pasta (penne or farfalla e.g.).
  • Put 1 Tsp fresh Orange juice, 1/2 tsp sesame oil, 1/2 tsp. orange zest, 1 minced garlic clove, 1/2 tsp. fresh ginger and a pinch of chili flakes in a pan and reduce until syrupy (2-3 minutes).
  • Steam 1/2 lbs. of broccoli, spoon orange syrup over broccoli, toss in pasta, put pork tenderloin on top, garnish with tomato cubes.

Sex on the Table fact: Ginger is good for the circulatory system and attracts with its smell.

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So what do you guys think? Which one of these will you try? What was the most amazing Sex on the Table fact you learned? Share with the class (not just comments…we want food, people)!

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Cheffed passionately serves up sex right on your dining table with Sex on the Table, the horny haute cuisine. From the outset of his cooking career, cheffed could see that the art of seduction is an inherent part of the art of cooking. Cheffed has worked together with historians, doctors and scientists for years to put together a list of aphrodisiac foods that don’t just titillate the palate, but have been proven to have an effect on the romantic feelings of his guests.

Cheffed was trained in Switzerland’s culinary institute after having successfully completed a cooking internship. Exactly three years later, cheffed received a Michelin star alongside chef A. Blockbergen at the Auberge du Raisin on Lake Geneva in Switzerland. Cheffed has since cooked at some of the world’s finest restaurants. You can follow him on Twitter at @cheffedny or like him on Facebook.

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