Valentine’s Day is understandably one of the annual festivals celebrated with enthusiasm by lovers world wide. This is for the couples who prefer a cozy night in rather than making reservations out for Valentine’s Day Dinner date.
Whether you’re on a first date, dining with your husband or wife or planning a proposal. Make your own dining room your choice for Sunday 14 February this year.
No matter what special meal you have decided to create for your Valentine, know that you will be appreciated as much, if not more, for your efforts than for the food itself. Taking the time and going that extra mile to cook for someone special speaks volumes. This is especially true when it comes to setting the atmosphere.
Now is the time to round out the mood: pick the right music, set a lovely table, maybe even pick a romantic movie to watch together after dinner. Your attention to detail with the finishing touches will serve to complement and complete the romantic Valentine’s Day dinner you have planned.
Not sure what dishes to cook this Valentine’s Day? Be inspired by our classic menu and ensure a special Valentine’s dinner from start to finish. You can prepare the starter and dessert a day or two ahead, if you like. The main and cocktails are quick and easy to make on Valentine’s Day itself.
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To kick off it has to be sparkling wine, naturally. Of course, one can’t avoid the pink thing on Valentine’s Day and so, if we really must, we chose a Jean Philippe Moulin Champagne Rose. With tiny bubbles that gently caress your tongue, leaving just the subtlest hint of mouth-watering strawberries.It will give even the most famous rose Champagne in the world a run for their money.
Staying with pink, the Célestin Blondeau Sancerre Rose 2017 works well. This is a fresh and elegant rosé that is ultra crisp with subtle hints of succulent red fruits.
Finally, a great meal needs a terrific dessert and a fabulous dessert wine to round it off. We chose a Tokaji Late Gold 2014.