Day is one of my favorite days of the year. It's wonderful when my husband and
I can have some romantic time alone. Just like every other married couple we need
to reconnect in a romantic way. Enjoying a romantic dinner at home has become
our favorite thing. There is absolutely nothing romantic about a crowded restaurant.
At home it's just us, candlelight, music in the background, a bottle of wine and
his favorite meal.
Check out our just added recipe for Persian
Love Cake. The ultimate dessert for your romantic dinner.
Valentine's Day dinner I made for my hubby was Chicken Divan. The recipe I used
is from the Gourmet Magazine, so naturally it's made from scratch. No canned cream
of mushroom soup in this one. Your loved one is sure to enjoy this recipe.
The ultimate Valentine's Day Cake or dessert idea has got to be Red Velvet
Cake. It's perfect. Cook your Red Velvet Cake in a heart shaped pan like I did
to add to the romance of the dinner.
If you really want to get your loved
one into the "mood" you can always try to plan your Valentine's Day
dinner menu around foods with an aphrodisiac quality.
Food know for
their aphrodisiac quality; Asparagus, Almonds, Avocados, Basil, Bananas, Chocolates,
Carrots, Garlic, Ginger, Honey, Licorice, Mustard, Nutmeg, Oysters, Pine Nuts,
Pineapple, Raspberries and Strawberries, Truffles, and Vanilla.
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to help you plan a romantic Valentine's Day Menu.
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