Valentines Special: Foods for Love

We all know, whether we like or not that Valentines Day is now looming and if you’ve not booked a restaurant you may be panicking because the tables are all booked out. Don’t be because we think you’ll do just as well ordering in or cooking your own food for that special person. We’ve covered off all the foods known to add that extra spice in your life so you know they’ll be head over heels for you this Valentines….


Beloved at Breakfast


Boosting the immune system with B vitamins and potassium, avocados have long been associated with sexuality. Why not have some Avocado crostinis with your morning orange juice?


Bed in Breakfast Avocado Crostini's - Order today on City Pantry.


Eating food that is high on anti oxidants, like blueberries, can help increase your libido. The fruit is also known to be able to help increase the level of dopamine. Dopamine is the feel good hormone that is further boosted by the consumption of blueberries. Why not have some on your morning pancakes?


Breakfast in Bed Pancake package - Order today on City Pantry.

Dinner Delights


Steak is a great ingredient to boost your sex drive-it contains zinc, vitamin B, iron and protein. These compounds are essential for both men and women as they help improve the libido. Why not strip it down to a steak salad giving you all the sexy benefits without the bloat of the chips?


Wild Game co. Steak Salad - Order here on City Pantry.


Dark chocolate contains a chemical called phenylethylamine. While it is not a very sexy name, phenylethylamine is actually known as the “love chemical.” This is the chemical that experts believe can produce that loving feeling. Additionally, research has indicated that women who eat chocolate at least once a day tend to have a more active sex life than those who do not. Why not slip her a couple of your finest truffles as an after dinner treat?


Tea America Cookies and Cream Truffles - Order here on City Pantry.