Orgasmic Foods

Sometimes it’s sinful, and sometimes it’s comforting. But it’s always a pleasure. I can do it alone, with a friend, or with a group. Eating makes me happy and I refuse to deny myself. I’m not promiscuous about it, but now and then I want to feel something deliciously fabulous inside my mouth. Orgasmic foods make me smile, it makes me feel naughty, and it nourishes my soul. Here’s a list of my  all time favorites:

Image via The Cheesecake Factory

A piece of the Cheesecake Factory’s Dulce de Leche Cheesecake always make me feel decadent. Sometimes I share, but I’m possessive most of the time. I try to take it slow at first, but it’s hard to hold myself back with something this good. When taking the first bite, I close my eyes and imagine myself in heaven.

Bossa Nova Waffle Sundae photo from Yelp

I was bi-curious about the mingling of hot and cold sweetness, but the Bossa Nova Waffle Sundae from Fred 62 in Los Angeles, Ca is a testament that going both ways is the ultimate pleasure. I dig in quick before the warm freshly made waffle totally melts the whipped cream and vanilla bean ice cream.

Image via the K Spot

Sweet potato fries will put freedom fries to shame. Each bite jolts my gastronomic senses into multi-orgasmic overdrive. When I’ve finished my share on the plate, my lust for more sweet and salty goodness compels me to double dip into a friend’s share when they’re not looking.

Image via Food Network

Meant to be enjoyed long and slow, polenta lasagna is a level above pasta lasagna. I always come back for seconds of this comfort food and it’s especially good the next day when all the flavors have gotten to know each other a little better.

Image via Kozy Shack

My addiction to rice pudding has been going on for years and Kozy Shack Rice Pudding is an easy and delicious fix for nights when I just want to eat in bed and watch episodes of Law and Order.  Each spoonful is full of familiar flavors that just makes me smile and feel all comfy and squishy inside.

What’s your orgasmic food list?

Orgasmically yours,


© 2011 Lafemmeroar

Food Cravings and What They Mean to Me

I woke up this morning craving chocolate covered potato chips. Why is it that men wake up with hard-ons and I wake up craving  food that will go straight to my rump? The first thing I did was pour myself a cup of coffee and went online to research food cravings.

I found an article stating that food cravings are indicative of certain vitamin deficiencies in the body. I also saw a chart that lists the cravings, the vitamin deficiency and the healthier food alternatives available. Here’s my response to the chart:

Unless it’s a green jelly bean, the last thing I want when I have a sweet tooth is spinach. And why would I want to eat liver when I actually want dessert?

Can you imagine yourself drinking a cup of apple cider vinegar in the morning? I can’t. What I really need is an adrenalin shot so I can do what I don’t want to do throughout my day.

The healthier food alternatives to alcohol (don’t do drugs except over the counter) just can’t produce that “tipsy-wipsy” effect of three glasses of wine or a good shot of jack or a nice dirty martini. So, when I crave alcohol it means that I want a good excuse for getting stupid with my friends.

What happened to chocolate? If chocolate doesn’t have zinc, then it should.

I eat nuts, cheese and oranges everyday; yet, my appetite is still out of control.

I don’t mean to be facetious about the inner-workings of the human body and its relationship with food. I take my multi-vitamins everyday and I supplement them with other vitamins. So, the cravings must be in my head. The obvious answer is that I’m substituting food for unfulfilled desire (for sex? for a man?). I can ruminate that thought all day long. But I still want chocolate covered potato chips and no amount of liver, apple cider vinegar, nuts or bolts is going to stop me from satisfying my desire.

Here’s the link to the full chart.

Cravingly yours,


© 2011 Lafemmeroar

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