From Publishers Weekly
If Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw cooked, and wrote a cookbook, this might be it. It's a sassy collection of recipes and menus for the occasions and stages of relationships (from flings to marriage), with dating advice, sex sidebars and a dash of etiquette-a primer on "caviar for newbies"; a key to the pronunciation of wines and international foods; suggestions for successful key exchange0thrown in for good measure. Malouf, co-host of Hot off the Grill with Bobby Flay and host of the WE network's Full Frontal Fashion, offers stories from her own dating life along with simple-chic recipes such as Funky Mimosas for the morning-after breakfast; Pan-Roasted Chicken with Rosemary-Lemon Butter, Blue Cheese Arugula Salad with Honeyed Walnuts, and Grilled Asparagus with Balsamic Vinaigrette for the first home-cooked meal; and Chicken Ramani, Cucumber Raita, and Minty Cuban Mojitos for keeping things "hot." Readers in any phase of a relationship-and especially readers in no relationship at all-will be entertained and informed by this volume and will enjoy its modern design and fun photographs by Ben Fink.
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"When it comes to a hot time in the kitchen, Jacqui is the Queen of Booty Duty!”--Al Roker, NBC Today Show
“Booty Food will be your ‘one-stop shopping’ to fulfill every sensual need...and the recipes are great too!” --Bobby Flay, Food Network
“Jacqui Malouf is sharp, sexy, and very smart, and so is her food in this hip guide to aphrodesia and the art of seduction.”--Mario Batali
"When it comes to a hot time in the kitchen, Jacqui is the Queen of Booty Duty!" (Al Roker, NBC Today Show)
"Booty Food will be your 'one-stop shopping' to fulfill every sensual need...and the recipes are great too!" (Bobby Flay, Food Network)
"Jacqui Malouf is sharp, sexy, and very smart, and so is her food in this hip guide to aphrodesia and the art of seduction." (Mario Batagglia)
"This date-by-date guide to romantic etiquette and passionate eats appeals to tummies and hearts. The banana-pecan-chocolate-chip pancakes in bed sound yummy!" (US Weekly)
"Food Network star Malouf's tasty tome is a Valentine's Day-ready ode to appetizing aphrodisiacs." (Entertainment Weekly)
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