A Valentine's Day Menu You Can Make Together
Avoid overpriced restaurant prix fixes and whip up this easy Valentine's Day dinner at home with your partner in crime.
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Caramelized Pancetta and Fennel Salad
Salad is always a great place to start; plus, it's easy, which is exactly what you need when you're cooking at home. Crispy pancetta gives this salad a pleasant unctuous quality, and a tart red wine vinaigrette balances out the richness with acidity.
Get the Recipe: Caramelized Pancetta and Fennel Salad
Linguine with Shrimp Scampi
Now, for a main course: Ina makes a buttery garlic sauce for her pasta, loading it with plump, juicy shrimp. It's simple yet feels elegant somehow.
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Engagement Roast Chicken
If seafood or pasta aren't your thing, then you could always roast a chicken. Ina's version is, as ever, simple and easy. And there's nothing more comforting, more homey, than roast chicken.
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Roasted Root Vegetables
OK, you need a side dish? With just five minutes' prep, these root vegetables don't require too much attention. That's more time to focus on your sweetie.
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Get the Recipe: Tiramisu
Valentine's Day calls for multiple desserts, preferably with chocolate. End the meal with these chocolate-dipped classics; pretzels add salty nuance and satisfying crunch.
Get the Recipe: Chocolate Covered Strawberries