Book Reviews: The Food and Sex Book; Recipes and Sexipes for the caring cook by AJ Orchardcategories: Book, Cook Book, Recipes, Fish and Seafood, Sex Guide, Meat, Poultry and Game, Sex Toys, Erotic Bondage BDSM, Sex Instructions, Adult Sex Games, Home Cooking, Sexipes, Food and Sex
AJ Orchardabout this book: Having enjoyed cooking and sex for years, they became hobbies - easily done at home, relaxing, entertaining and great fun.; so when I read somewhere that when writing a book you should write about subjects you are very familiar with and are passionate about I thought I’d write this book!
Easier said than done - it took more than 2 years of writing down recipes and sexipes that worked well, and recording their ingredients and methods with sufficient precision that others could easily understand.
In the heat of the kitchen after a successful trip to the butcher, fishmonger and green-grocer, or the supermarket, after deciding what to cook and remembering what had worked and what didn’t then writing it down in a way that is unambiguous is not easy! Nor was it easy to remember exactly which toys were used, in which order, and who did exactly what in the bedroom (or elsewhere). On the plus side, having another run through to check nothing was missed in the writing wasn’t all bad!
The book’s cover sums up simply what the book is about - great food and great sex, and how to to do it clearly expressed. The book does exactly what it says on the tin, it provides recipes and sexipes for caring cooks.
Whether male or female, young or old, the book is about having fun, a different approach to sex, introducing new recipes in an easy to follow way for great home cooking, and it will be helpful for those simply curious about how to do more varied sex.
The Food and Sex Book could be a light-hearted and interesting gift, a gentle nudge for a partner, or a self-improvement or help guide; but most of all it is a fun generator whether for the kitchen or the bedroom!
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A great bookI thoroughly enjoyed reading The Food & Sex Book, it has a wonderful friendly and informal writing style and the recipes and sexipes are both easy to follow and great fun to carry out too!
Fun, great results, easy to followMain thing is the Kindle is absolutely fine in the kitchen. Thought cooking round it might be a problem but defintely not. Just made sure I keep it out the way of water and wet ingredients, which actually isn't as hard as I thought it would be, and wipe hands before moving back and forth between pages.
Some unusual recipes and some for more basic things, all tried so far worked well. Loved the seafood paste Italian style, but ingredients should really be doubled because we (2 of us) eat all from the amount in recipe at one sitting and we just wanted more!
Sexipes are a brilliant and unusual idea that also work really well. Great explanations about different sex toys that can be bought, taking away some of the fears and nervousness about buying them and the sexipes tried so far make great use of them.
My wife and i found the oral sex techniques added greatly to what we normally do and i would highy recommend that any women nervous or unsure about oral sex - giving or receiving - reads them. If my own improvements in this area are anything to go by, many other men could probably start getting better marks in this area too! [by Dave B]
truly novel combinationReally interesting food cooked mostly healthily so great for those like me trying to shed a few kilos and the sex will burn up some calories too! Easy to read and follow with very how to/hands on instructions. Certainly spices things up in the kitchen and the bedroom! Truly novel combination.
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