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What foods are best, served off the naked body?

cj | Jan 4, 200102:43 PM     3

[I've reposted this from the "Not About Food Board" as it wasn't clear to me in which board it should belong. Most posts here seem to be restaurant reviews.]

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Anyone recall that sensuous mouth-to-mouth egg yolk exchange in the Japanese flick "Tampopo"?

I want to prepare some sensuous foods I can eat off the stomach, thighs and neighboring regions of my girlfriend in front of my roaring fireplace. Any suggestions? I tried simple ice cream, then ice, once which brought a startled reaction, and perhaps not the desired effect. (Not wanting to stiffle my efforts, perhaps she kept mum the less than warm experience.) The champagne, we both agreed, was fun.

What about spice (perhaps a food which might produce a similar spicy heat on the skin as it does on the tongue)? Sweet? Shapes? Any particularly pleasurable experiences to share? (Whipped cream, too banal, and I simply can't see egg yolks.)

Please don't tell me I've been watching too many french movies. Serious replies only...or as best you can do. :P

--socially conservative in DC

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