Amy Reiley is an American aphrodisiac foods authority, author of aphrodisiac cookbooks ''Fork Me, Spoon Me'' and ''Chile Aphrodisia'', culinary journalist and owner of food and wine publishing and consulting company Life of Reiley.
She has been called “one of the foremost educated women in food and wine” by Just Cause and Playboy Magazine.
Reiley attended Le Cordon Bleu, France’s culinary temple. In 2004, she become the second American to be named a Master of Gastronomy by Cordon Bleu. During her tenure at the culinary institute, Reiley became known for her work in culinary aphrodisiacs. Since that time, she has become the premier culinary authority on aphrodisiac foods for inspiring romantic experiences and sexual pleasure.
Life of Reiley began with a free food in wine newsletter in 2002, and has since grown into a publishing, food and wine research, consulting and speaking venture. Life of Reiley offers information on food and romance, wine and romance, aphrodisiac cooking and dining and fun food or wine diversions for events, groups and publications.
In 2005, Reiley was singled out as one of the five best female wine professionals in the world of the year by France’s Wine Women awards.
Reiley was born in Somerset, PA and currently resides part of the time in Las Vegas and part of the time in Los Angeles. She designed a culinary classroom and test kitchen in Los Angeles, where culinary experts can hold classes, tasting events and film and television shoots.
In January 2009, Reiley was featured in an article discussing ten questions about aphrodisiacs in the fine beverage publication, Mutineer Magazine.
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