Valentine's Day is a popular occasion for dining out. Yet for others there is nothing more special than cooking for the person you love. But as you plan your menu, you may want to go beyond just another romantic candlelit meal, and start by considering some foods believed to have sensual properties. Happily, many of these "sexy" foods are also heart-healthy, so you're tackling matters of the heart from all sides.
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