With or without whipped cream?

November 29, 1995|By LOS ANGELES TIMES SYNDICATE

A recent Shape magazine quotes Alan Hirsch, neurological director of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, on a biological study of what odors have the most arousing effect on men. Home cooking, he reported, turns out to have a much more aphrodisiac effect than perfume.

"The most erotically stimulating aroma was a combination of pumpkin pie and lavender, he said. "That was followed by doughnuts and black licoice."

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