“We‘ve had our fish and chip shop for 22 years now and at the end of the day we’re often too tired to think of anything else other than going to sleep. However, this has changed a little whilst we’ve been testing the pie… if you know what I mean!”
(PRWeb UK) February 9, 2011
Forget the champagne, chocolates and red roses and instead, why not treat your other half to the Aphro-piety this Valentine’s Day? Holland’s Pies, the Accrington-based proper pie and pudding company, has created a limited edition aphrodisiac pie, which will be available in selected fish and chip shops across the North West.
The Aphro-piety, is a taste bud tickling recipe of chicken thigh, perry cider, asparagus in a lemon infused cream sauce, topped with smoked oysters and decorated with a gold heart lid and a sprinkling of saffron.
All of the ingredients have been carefully selected to ensure it has the maximum impact in bringing couples closer together, without compromising on taste. Oysters have chemical compounds that release hormones such as testosterone and Oestrogen, and the high levels of vitamin E in asparagus do the same. The saffron affects the neurotransmitters in the brains pleasure centres, to really get Aphro-piety eaters in the mood for love.
Over the last month, Holland’s have been trialling the pie to see if it improves desire levels amongst couples. One of the couples that has been testing it is Lynda Fielding (59) and Brian Belcher (63), who run Belfields fish and chip shop in Burnley and have been together for over 30 years.
Lynda, said: “We‘ve had our fish and chip shop for 22 years now and at the end of the day we’re often too tired to think of anything else other than going to sleep. However, this has changed a little whilst we’ve been testing the pie… if you know what I mean!”
Holland’s Pies will be giving away a limited number of the Valentine’s Pies at fish and chip shops across the North West on Valentine’s Day.
The pie was created by celebrity chef Tom Bridge and his team at Holland’s. Tom, author of Pie Society and one of the top pie development chefs in the country, said: “Holland’s is loved by people across the North West, so this Valentine’s Day, we wanted to show our fans some love in return.”