Luscious Lips

Luscious Lips I…She slowly licked her rouge colored lips with the tip of her tongue beginning in the left corner of her mouth tracing her lip line in an upward motion as if she were carefully sculpting clay, her tongue dipping a little as she outlined her well defined cupid’s bow and then ever so carefully tracing down to the right corner of her mouth, as the waiter placed a decadent cheesecake brownie in front of her with fresh slices of red, moist strawberries, she released a deep moan of delight.

Images subconsciously feed our desire-induced imagination.  Before my smitten diner took a single bite of her dessert, she had already experienced its pleasure.  Not to mention how her reaction affected her date.  This is one way aphrodisiacs work.  They activate the psyche.  A slice of strawberry resembles a sensuous pair of labia with their tissue engorged with blood.  Labia is Latin for lips.  We use the word to mean the external folds of the vulva, the lips of the vagina. Now I’m going to get all “Freudian” and take this a step a further.  Another symbolic link between eating and making love are the similarities between the mouth and the genitals.  The famed psychologist notes the identification of the two.  Human lips can be thought of as a genital substitute, a way to display interest in sex.  So without saying a word, my female diner showcased to her date what she desired.  Her red lipstick revealed her arousal, her tongue, showed him what must be done.

Sensuously yours,

Honey L’Amour

P.S. The freckles on the flesh of strawberries are rich in zinc, a primary mineral in the production of testosterone.


 = love stimulant ♥♥ = sexual desire stimulant


So good, I made it twice.


Non-stick cooking spray ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
1 package chocolate brownie mix, family size ♥♥
2/3 cup vegetable oil
¼ cup water
4 eggs, divided
2 packages cream cheese
1 can condensed milk
1/3 cup lemon juice
½ cup strawberry jam, seedless ♥♥


Luscious Lips IIPREPARE brownie mix according to package directions using oil, water and eggs. Bake in 13×9 pan for 20 minutes.

BEAT cream cheese until fluffy in a large bowl. Gradually beat in sweetened condensed milk. Mix in remaining 2 eggs, lemon juice and vanilla until smooth. Pour evenly over warm brownie.

STIR jam until smooth. Drop by teaspoonfuls over surface of filling. With a knife, swirl jam gently through to create marble effect. Bake additional 35 to 40 minutes or until top is lightly browned. Cool 1-hour and chill in refrigerator for at least 2 hours. Using a lip shaped cookie cutter, cut into luscious lips.

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