Are crowded restaurants, overpriced menus, and long wait times not your idea of the makings of a romantic dinner? This year, skip the noisy crowds and hurried service by making your own romantic meal for two.
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Your loved one will appreciate the extra effort and planning put into creating a delicious, homemade meal
. These recipes are simple yet luxurious, so your loved one will know how much he or she matters to you.
Just add ambiance with soft lighting, music, and flowers for one memorable meal. For some cooking inspiration, check out these three recipes that are sure to make your Valentine’s Day, anniversary, and more romantic.
Chicken with Champagne and 40 Cloves of Garlic
Since you will have already popped a bottle of champagne for your romantic evening in, save some of the bubbly for this decadent chicken dish from chef Emeril Legasse. And don't worry about the garlic, as long as you'll both be eating it.
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Dry-Rubbed Porterhouse Pork Chops with Steakhouse Butter
Make steakhouse-quality pork chops
at home; a dry rub and herbed butter
take standard chops to the next level. — National Pork Board
For the Dry-Rubbed Porterhouse Pork Chops with Steakhouse Butter recipe, click here.
Grilled Lobster for 2, 'Italian Style'
Nothing says luxury like lobster. Show the one you love how much you care with this lavish dinner for two. If you don’t have access to a grill, swap the grill for a quick blast under your oven broiler, about 5 minutes or just until seared.
For the Grilled Lobster for 2, 'Italian Style' recipe, click here.