Thursday, January 28, 2010

Exquisite Mouthwatering Food is The Key to the Ultimate in Romanceand Relationships

A wonderful topic and guest for Valentine's Day and beyond

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Exquisite Mouthwatering Food is The Key to the Ultimate in Romance and Relationships!

It’s so sad. Each year you can see untold millions of men scrambling at the last minute to do something romantic – a bouquet of obligatory roses, a box of heart shaped chocolates or reservations at one of the popular, but invariably, hectic local restaurants. It’s like the lemmings jumping off the cliff into the sea.

Boulder Colorado Chef Eric S. Lee, says he’s discovered exactly how men can jumpstart, even supercharge their romance and relationships and make them last. “The key to sweeping a woman off her feet,” he says, “is with food.”

ee’s brand new cook book Sweeping Her Off Her Feet with Food is packed with delicious mouth-watering , aphrodisiac-laden instructions for preparing, cooking and presenting knock your socks off romantic recipes. Here is a simple, easy to use cookbook for the romantically deprived.

This book has been a labor of love for me for years now. It is a perfect storm blending my fascination with creating great dining experiences and the ecstasy that can only be found in love.

Eric S. Lee

Sweeping Her Off Her Feet with Food
The Ultimate Guide to Romance and Seduction in the Kitchen
Eric S. Lee
Photographs by Julie Cardinal

List $29.95
Trade soft cover 150 pp color throughout
ISBN 978-0970-6701-4-1
Official Date of Publication Feb 14, 2010
Dreamworld Press, Longmont Colorado

About Eric S. Lee
Born and raised from humble beginnings in Detroit, Michigan, Eric spent most of his early adulthood honing his culinary talents in premier hotel restaurants in the city's downtown area.

In 1989, Eric followed a lifelong yearning to live in a place that had more peace and opportunity--and moved to beautiful Boulder, Colorado. He & his partner opened and co-managed five wonderful restaurants, including: The Sweet Tomato, an Italian restaurant, which was voted best in Lafayette/Louisville, Portabello's a 250 seat restaurant in Longmont & Platinum Grill in Lafayette.

Eric now lives just outside Boulder in Longmont, Colorado.

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