Get Lit: The New InterCourses: an aphrodisiac cookbook

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All right, so you might not actually want to bring your date to this event, but it could make a future evening


. Martha Hopkins will be appearing at Central Market on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to promote

The New InterCourses: an aphrodisiac cookbook

. The book includes plenty of food porn, not to mention recipes using ingredients that will get you in the mood, like chocolate, asparagus, chiles, coffee, basil, grapes, strawberries, honey, artichokes, black beans, oysters, rosemary, edible flowers, pine nuts, avocados, libations/alcohol, and figs.

The book even recommends recipes based on the season, time of day, or stage of the relationship. Not sure if we're buying that last part, but bring on the oysters and, um, the libations/alcohol.And by the way, you can find many of those ingredients - fresher than fresh - at the Midtown Farmers Market at Monica Pope's t'afia each Saturday.

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