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Fifty Shades of Gastroporn

Erotic literature is all the rage in the literary world... And it's also hot in the culinary world as well. We'll hear about the rise of food erotica and another Fifty Shades book that's heating up kitchens. Alison Fryer of The Cookbook Store dished. Listen audio (runs 6:04)

If you'd like to add spice to your meals, Alison suggests Intercourses, Fork Me, Spoon Me and of course, Fifty Shades of Chicken.

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