Sex on a Plate Tag


Exercising the Mental Mouth

26 Jan 2012, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in food, sensuality

I’ve just received the first set of menu ideas for my first Sex on a Plate™ event, which will be part of a documentary called “Eat, Cook, Love” in which I’ll be featured as a food expert. The subject matter is the art of lost indulgence, so I think I’ve got this. As I review the flavor profiles, my mental mouth is hard at work to determine what I think will work, and what I might like to tweak. So I thought this was a good time to talk more in depth about this phrase to which I’m constantly referring….

White Pizza with Crab & Asparagus

09 Jan 2010, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in recipes

When my friend Paul started talking about this pizza he prepared, I believe I may have dribbled on my shirt. This combination of flavors is veritably sex on a plate.

Edward Cullen’s Secret

05 Jan 2010, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in sensuality

There have been volumes written about the mystique of Edward Cullen — why he makes women crazy in ways that perhaps no male, real or fictional, has done save for the blinding presence of Elvis Presley.

FP86: Scottish Chef Jason Henderson

21 Sep 2009, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in chefs & restaurants, podcast, sensuality Play in new window | Download | Embed During our trip to Scotland, I sat down with Chef Jason Henderson from Knock Castle to talk about his approach to fine dining. I posted my initial impressions about Knock Castle, but this takes a little behind-the-scenes look at how Jason thinks about food, and what he wants people to experience in his dining room. His able staff left me with one of my best hospitality experiences to date, so if you are going to be in the vicinity of Crieff, Scotland, I highly recommend staying here. He didn’t pay me…

Sex on a Plate

19 Aug 2009, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in food, sensuality

If you happen to follow my Twitter activities, you may have noticed that I’ve begun a regular thing called #sexonaplate. (That little number sign is called a hash tag, and creates a Twitter stream of people’s tweets on a given subject when they add the tag.) The original “sex on a plate” quote comes from my first manifesto, On Food and Sensuality, written in 2004 when I discovered that the pre-consumption sight and/or smell of certain foods evokes a visceral reaction in me that is so sensually satisfying, the eating is almost an afterthought. Almost. So now I’m asking what…