The Passionate Palate: Recipes for Romance and Rapture

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Via Press, Sep 1, 1997 - 128 pages
Add a little romance to your life. . . . Bouillabaisse by the fire. Smoked oysters on crackers. Cornish game hens for two. Velvety chocolate mousse. Nothing fans the fires of love like good food that is lovingly prepared and served with affection. Whether it's dinner by candlelight or a picnic on the grass, sharing a sumptuous meal with the person you love--or that special someone you've had your eye on for weeks--can be a deliciously seductive experience. Never mind that you're not a master chef. This tempting mating of food and love makes culinary wooing a snap. The Passionate Palate provides a feast of twenty-eight elegant dinner menus organized by season that feature nearly one hundred fifty recipes for nourishing the body and stirring the senses. In addition to its exotic entrees, The Passionate Palate offers pages of creative tips on how to bring fun into your love life and invites you to savor a richer, more sensuous way of loving.

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Eberhard owned and operated a bed-and-breakfast in Woodstock, New York, where she also managed a well-known repertory theater, River Arts. She and husband, Eric, have resided in Arizona since 1994 when they were married.

Eberhard is an accomplished, multitalented artist well-known for his oil & acrylic painting subjects. He handcarves & professionally performs with six-hole Native American flutes. He & wife, Ailene, have been married since 1994.

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