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Tempted? From left, Ronit Robbaz, Megan McCulloch and Justine Speed taste test the fruits of their Aphro Cuisine venture. Photo Eve Jeffery.

Having started this ‘food revolution’ in California, Aphro Cuisine’s Megan McCulloch has now brought the pleasure of sensual cuisine to the Byron Shire for all to indulge in.

Megan and her team of Aphrodeities, Open Table’s Ronit Robbaz and event manager Justine Speed, have concocted a three-course fresh and sultry summer menu for a pop-up dining event on Saturday December 7 at the Bangalow A&I Hall.

The menu is pescatarian or vegetarian, and all ingredients are aphrodisiacal, according to the team: ‘Each course is designed to be enjoyed in new and alluring ways – eat with your hands, feed your partner and use a blindfold to heighten your senses’.

‘Aphro is not only a seductive culinary and sensory experience, but a way of life. A way to benefit and enjoy more deeply the intrinsic pleasure and vital energy that food brings us every day,’ writes Megan on Aphro Cuisine’s website aphrocuisine.wordpress.com. The site includes a blog that explores what exactly aphrodisiac foods are, how they affect your body and mind, and provides recipes for the sensually inclined.

Seats for this event must be booked in advance with Megan on 0431 911 403 or [email protected] before December 5.

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Photo Eve Jeffery.

 

 

 

 

 


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