Valentine’s Day : Foods That Say “I Love You”

Skip the overpriced, under-romantic Valentine’s Day dinner out and treat your sweetheart to a decadent at-home meal

Lobster Salad with Watercress

Lobster Salad with Watercress
There’s a reason why the lobster is always the most expensive item on the menu—it even tastes rich! Here, fennel, sun-dried tomatoes and fresh herbs form the perfect complement to the sumptuous seafood.
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Cold Raspberry Souffl

Cold Raspberry Souffl
A hot soufflé can be labor-intensive, but this creamy little cloud of raspberry heaven is deceptively easy to make.
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Oysters Rockefeller

Oysters Rockefeller
Are oysters really aphrodisiacs? Whip up this New Orleans classic and find out for sure.
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Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue with Frangelico

Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue with Frangelico
It doesn’t get much more sensual than succulent strawberries dipped into rich chocolate. Make this now, thank us later.
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Steak Au Poivre

Steak Au Poivre
Recreating this juicy bistro classic is easier than you might think—this easy recipe has just six ingredients.
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Rich Smoked Salmon Croustades with Caviar

Rich Smoked Salmon Croustades with Caviar
In a mood to splurge? Try these spicy, one-bite croustades, which feature not one, but two kinds of caviar.
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Hot Dark Chocolate Fondant

Hot Dark Chocolate Fondant
Appeal to your honey’s sweet side with this incredible dessert we like to call “heaven in a ramekin.”
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Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict
Surprise your honey with a romantic breakfast in bed. Hey, it’s where you’ll end up anyway, right?
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Should give it a try! Happy Valentine’s Day!

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