Are you Planning a romantic Valentine's Day dinner? This article is for you!
To be in love! To Celebrate! To Eat!
Honey, chocolate, dates, wine and other foods have been considered a source of passion for centuries. So it's time to give them on Valentine's Day.
Of course, you can always go to a restaurant, but if you want to really surprise your beloved one, you can prepare a light, sensual, romantic dinner yourself that dispels the blood and gives strength for the rest of the night.
Yes, today we will talk about aphrodisiacs - products that have the ability to enhance sensuality. Aphrodisiacs get their name from Aphrodite, the goddess of love in Ancient Greece.
A strong aphrodisiac, known in ancient Greece. To this day, in many cultures, honey symbolizes happiness and family bond.
Honey is served with camembert cheese, ricotta or fresh mozzarella. This is delicious!
There seems to be no product that can outshine chocolate when it comes to romance and love. By the way, there is scientific evidence for this. Research shows that cocoa, the main ingredient in chocolate, contains serotonin, which improves mood and induces cravings.
Chocolate is great on its own and can be served with juicy fruits.
A powerful aphrodisiac. Tomatoes are also called "the apple of love". Served as an appetizer, tomatoes seem to make wonderful sweet jams.
The date gives so much energy that it can replace all other foods. The date is mentioned in the Bible and it can be safely called the personification of Israeli cuisine.
The date is both a separate dessert and an appetizer combined with cheese. There is nothing "energetically" of dates with walnuts.
It is said that Aphrodite herself, the goddess of love, planted the first pomegranate tree. Pomegranate symbolizes abundance and fertility, awakens desire already at the subconscious level.
Pomegranate can be served on a plate, you can make pomegranate juice from it, you can use it as an ingredient in a cocktail, a unique pomegranate wine, a light pomegranate-based sauce for meat or fish has long gained popularity.
In the ancient culture of the Aztecs, for example, there was a tradition: every man who really prepared for the night of love had to eat at least one slice of an avocado.
Avocados can be combined with many different foods. Avocados are rich in folate, which has a positive effect on fertility, vitamin E, powerful antioxidants and potassium.
It is impossible to imagine a romantic dinner without wine. Wine will help you relax, forget about routine, evoke sensuality, create an intimate atmosphere.
We have created a special set for Valentine's Day for you. The set includes aphrodisiac products. A jar of wonderful cherry tomato jam, delicious Israeli chocolate, Majuli dates, the famous sesame halva and Israeli herbal tea.
From our assortment you can add other “products of passion” to this set.
We wish you a happy holiday full of love and passion! And Bon Appetit!