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Hosted at Pure Pleasure Shop in downtown Santa Cruz, the sold-out event included twenty-eight guests, three speakers, one storyteller, one chef, one chocolatier, one herbalist and three appreciated volunteers.
Liz Birnbaum of the Curated Feast was the evening’s “Mistress of Ceremonies”, taking the group on a journey through the history of aphrodisiacs. She began, appropriately, with Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. She explained that aphrodisiacs are all about the power of persuasion and they usually include foods that are dangerous, rare, or suggestively shaped. Before the event she worked with the super-talented Chef Hedy Nochimson of Plate & Bottle Supper Club to present aphrodisiacs throughout history, and to use each dish as an introduction to each of the three speakers.
The journey began with a “Courage Tart”, which was unwrapped from a black satin satchel. The tart was topped with gold leaf and a crystallized pansy flower which contained elements thought of as aphrodisiacs in Shakespearean times, particularly pumpkin, wine, apple, date, cinnamon, clove, and ginger. The pansy in particular was known as “Cupid’s Flower” and in A Midsummer Night’s Dream is included in a love potion. The Courage led into the idea of sensuality, which, was what Denise Elizabeth Byron spoke bravely about! With her Sensuous Wisdom™, she touched on what self-love really means and how we can create our own happiness and pleasure.
Next, was a plate of stories. The plate itself was a shell representing Aphrodite herself and Venus, her Roman equivalent. Liz called the dish “The Epicurean’s Viagra”. In the shell was a mi cuit salmon providing protein (for stamina) and omega-3 (for serotonin elevation and mood). The salmon was topped with a spicy pumpkin seed pesto, bringing the elements of zinc (present in pumpkin seeds but most famously present in oysters), basil (historically a key aromatic symbol of love, but including libido boosting vitamins as well), and spicy pepper (which serves the purpose of helping us breathe deeper, open blood vessels, and tune into our own sensations). This complex course led us to the wise woman Bez Maxwell, of Smart Powerful Women, who spoke about the complexities of the female orgasm (why it’s not what you think and why you need MORE of it)!
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Special thanks to Paula Grainger, The English Herbalist, for the surprise gift of ginger & mandarin massage melts. Another special thanks to Shari Silva and M. Sophia Santiago for the extra set of hands and hearts.
You can’t love others if you don’t take the time to love yourself first.
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