Will you be making a romantic dinner on valentines night?!

Question: If so can i pinch a few of your ideas

Answers: If so can i pinch a few of your ideas

Yes, for my mom and dad. I am thinking of steaming asparagus, and maybe something with shrimp...Definitely heart shaped dessert!

I'll probably be making something for my gorgeous girl,
But right now I just can't decide on what to make for the night.

Thank you :)

Nope we are going out of town to our fav restaurant.

Chocolate trifle


Have fun


We'll be celebrating both V-day and my b-day. Already have the menu planned. Same as last year. Steamed crab legs with lemon garlic butter, veal piccata, mixed field greens with balsamic vinaigrette and feta, and crusty bread. And I am SO looking forward to it!

Oh, totally! I'm making baked chicken stuffed with portabella mushrooms, jalapenos, ham, and mozzarella cheese. (you can substitute all your favorites here) They are awesome and extremely easy. Just make a slit in a large boneless chicken breast, stuff it and bake it at 350F for around 30 to 45 minutes. I'll also be making a simple salad and rosemary potatoes. For dessert, Tiramisu. If you want more good ideas, check out www.allrecipies.com. I use that website almost every day. Good luck!

We will probably go to a restaurant. If not, I will be making Cioppino & oysters w/ parmesan cheese and chives.

im letting me boyfriend cook :D night off for me lol



Absolutely not, After 41 years I fail to see the point. We still love each other........

I'll properly cook bangers and mash with onion gravy. sounds odd but it's my boyfriends favourite

Valentines Night is HUGELY important in a relationship. I very much hope that the two links below help you out...

No our chef will.

sorry guess it will be a take away curry and champers x

i am going out for a slap up meal for two at the local Italian restaurant with champagne and all the trimmings now that's the way to do it why slave over a hot stove when someone Else can do that yo its got to be done and another thing no dishes to wash now that's what i want

will i hell, made one last year on got nothing in return, not even a card! ended up getting pissed!

I will be but I'm not sure what to do, but for the main course its a choice between these,

Mexican Chicken Chilli with Yellow Tomato Salsa
or Angel-hair Pasta with Thai Spiced Prawns
or Oriental Chicken

Lobster L'Armoricaine:

2 live lobsters, each weighing about 750-900g/1?-2lb
85ml/3fl oz olive oil
50g/2oz onion, finely chopped
1 tbsp cognac
2 garlic cloves, chopped finely
750g/1?lb fresh tomatoes, skinned, seeded and chopped
1 tbsp roughly chopped tarragon
85ml/3fl oz dry white wine
1 tsp sugar
600ml/1 pint fish stock

1. Cut the live lobsters in half lengthways. Pull each tail section away from the head section and cut each section of the tail into 4-5 pieces.
2. Break the claw sections apart and crack each section so that the meat can be extracted easily later. The easiest way to do this is with the thickest part of a large knife.
3. Put the olive oil into a heavy-based pan, big enough to hold all the pieces of lobster. Sweat the onion and garlic in the olive oil until they are beginning to soften, then add all the pieces of lobster.
4. Turn up the heat a little and turn the lobster pieces over until they are beginning to colour red.
5. Add the cognac and let the alcohol boil off. Add the tomatoes, chopped tarragon, white wine, sugar and fish stock. Cover. Leave the lobsters to cook through for about 8 minutes.
6. Remove the lobster pieces and keep warm. Return the pan to the heat and reduce the sauce by half.
7. When the sauce has reduced, return the lobster pieces to the sauce, heat through, and transfer to an attractive serving dish.
(Preperation Time: Less than 30 Minutes, Cooking Time: 10 to 30 Minutes)

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