SOURCE: Salsa Senorita

Salsa Senorita

February 11, 2011 11:45 ET

Hot Idea for Valentine's Day -- Salsa Senorita's Oysters Rock-ya-fella

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BIRMINGHAM, AL--(Marketwire - February 11, 2011) - Salsa Senorita's Valentine seduction dinner boasts a simple menu that begins and ends with the first course: Salsa Senorita Oysters Rock-ya-fella paired with a Fire and Ice Martini. Oysters Rock-ya-fella will have your Valentine coming back for more, and the Fire and Ice Martini will melt him into a hunk of burning love.

Where is the love? Little blue pills have nothing on oysters, a time-honored aphrodisiac, long revered for inspiring passion. The oyster's legacy as an aphrodisiac dates back to Roman times, though some argue there's no hard evidence to support this claim. "Who cares about the facts? Valentine's Day is for those who prefer to indulge rather than argue. Turn off your Smartphone and forget about running to Wikipedia to prove your point," says Salsa Senorita, who advises lovers to push aside their sensibilities and jump right into an evening of intrigue.

The secret to this sensual St. Valentine inspired dish is of course the salsa on top. Oysters Rock-ya-fella is simple to make: take a dozen fresh oysters on the half-shell, top with a teaspoon of Salsa Senorita brand salsa, and that's it. The salsa provides a fresh alternative to the classic vinaigrette and cocktail sauces usually served alongside raw oysters. "The timid can still enjoy the fresh oysters and all their benefits au' natural, with perhaps a saltine cracker on the side," suggests Salsa Senorita, who intimates that when buying oysters at her local market she always slips the butcher a crisp twenty dollar bill to do the shucking duties so she'll have time to properly prepare for the evening.

As for the Fire and Ice martinis, gin or vodka are both acceptable. The recipe is a snap: premium vodka or gin, a whisper of vermouth and a jalapeno-stuffed olive. "Top shelf all the way, the better the spirits, the better the martini," says Salsa Senorita. Shaken or stirred? Be open-minded, she advises; after all, it's Valentine's Day.

When she's not dispensing advice on romance and a host of other topics, Salsa Senorita (also known as Lori Sours) is marketing "The Legally Addictive Salsa" that she and her brother Mark Coffman created for their company El Nuevo Foods. Salsa Senorita brand salsas are all-natural, uncompromisingly fresh and free of preservatives. Salsa Senorita salsa is available at fine grocery stores and specialty food markets in Southern California and New Mexico as well as Alabama markets including Whole Foods, V. Richards, Western Supermarket, Piggly Wiggly and others. Salsa Senorita salsa, recipes and entertaining tips are available on line at

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