Archive | September, 2011

Sexy Feast: 5 Restaurants Ideal for a Sexual Encounter

Week after week, Sexy Feast explores the connections between sex and food. After all, they’re both hedonistic pleasures.
Much to my surprise, I just learned that September is Pleasure Your Mate Month. My sex educating colleague Yvonne Fulbright offers some ideas to celebrate the month,…

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Passport to Pleasure: Chocolate, Cheese, Charcuterie, and More in Belgium

The brochure from the Belgian Tourist Office tells me the country has 28 castles. Appeals to my childhood fantasies. 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. That sounds educational and fun. 500 types of beer (each with its own glass). I’m getting thirsty. And over 2,000 chocolate…

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Sexy Feast: New York Cupcakes Lead to Good Vibes and Two-Way Pleasure

I remain admittedly ambivalent about cupcakes.
When they’re really good they can be a guilty pleasure, but when you’re paying about three dollars a pop for a dollop of frosting on a sometimes forgettable base of cake, I’d rather put that money toward a banh…

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Sexy Feast: Little Sheep and a Hot “Recipe for Romance”

I love hot pot. Perhaps the most famous place to get it in China is the huge chain known as Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot. When Little Sheep opened in Bellevue (they already have several restaurants in California, one in Houston, and one opening soon…

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Passport to Pleasure: Food Porn and Good Vibrations in San Francisco

Sure, there are many great restaurants in San Francisco—just as there are many San Francisco treats in the way of romantic and sexual things to do. So little time, and so much to do…so let me narrow things down for you with a suggested eating…

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Sexy Feast: Takoyaki and a Tender Touch at Wann

As I’m occasionally wont to do, I went to an izakaya to satisfy some Japanese food cravings, this time to Wann in Belltown.
We ordered many of the predictable small plates, from yakitori to yam fries, kurobuta sausage to shumai, and chicken tatsutaage to atsuage…

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Plainly Good at the New Henry’s Taiwan Plus

Is there a new king of King Street?
Henry’s Taiwan, at the base of the Chinatown gate, has been a fan favorite for a few years, serving some Taiwanese standards at reasonable prices.
Now Henry Ku has opened Henry’s Taiwan Plus a few doors down…

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Sexy Feast: (Bathroom) Capers at Marjorie

Just as I hadn’t eaten at Wild Ginger in years until my recent dim sum meal (which taught us sexual lessons about sharing), other than an open house, I hadn’t been to Marjorie since the old Belltown location closed years ago. It was a place…

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Passport to Pleasure: A Relaxing Retreat to Whistler

You don’t have to race down mountains on skis or a bike to enjoy Whistler. You and your loved one can enjoy the outdoors and other activities in a more relaxing, romantic way. Here are ideas for a memorable day in Whistler, where we stamp…

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