Figs, an added element for a daring and bold romantic meeting
Figs are a great aphrodisiac fruit with a very suggestive colour, a voluptuous shape and a exclusive texture to the tongue.
Greek wisdom considered this sensual fruit a source of love and fertility. A fact probably associated with the habit of some European countries to throw figs instead of rice in weddings.
Despite it being commonly compared to the female genitalia, figs are a great source for health benefits. Its high content in fiber calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper and iron represent a great protection against breast and colon cancer.
Inside the privacy of the room legend has it that eating a fresh fig while naked in front of a woman is one of the world’s most erotic acts. A great way of spicing up your date adding boldness and excitement.
The sexual nature of this fruit was also immortalised by the poet D.H.Lawrence in his poem dedicated to this luscious fruit :
« The proper way to eat a fig, in society,
Is to split it in four, holding it by the stump,
And open it, so that it is a glittering, rosy, moist, honied, heavy-petalled four-petalled flower.
But the vulgar way
Is just to put your mouth to the crack, and take out the flesh in one bite. »
This dry fruit can be eaten throughout the world and it is known (due to its high levels of amino acids) for increasing libido and sexual stamina. If you are planning a daring date with a romantic touch, this little fruit will be your best ally.
Put a fig in your life and this little fruit will highten all your senses !
A Recipe for a daring and adventurous date
This quick and easy recipe won’t require any cooking skills nor complications from your side.
A recipe that will only take you 5 minutes to prepare but with which you will be able to impress you date with every bite. If you want a date in which flavours are mixed with deep stares, dare to prepare this appealing recipe!
A fresh recipe, perfect for the end of the summer, that will be perfectly complemented with a bottle of prosseco, to spark romance…
- 4 ounces of Brie Cheese
- 4 ounces gorgonzola cheese
- 12 fresh figs sliced in half
- 12 thin slices prosciutto, cut in half
- Bamboo picks
Prepare the cheeses by slicing it into small squares.
Slice the figs in half and top each half with a piece of cheese.
Once you have done that, wrap each piece of fig with a half slice of prosciutto.
Make sure you secure the piece with a bamboo pick.
Season if necessary and arrange it in a plate.