Marisa T Cohen reminds us that ‘whether we realize it or not, food plays a big role in our romantic lives. Our initial dates often involve getting to know one another over carefully planned meals. We often introduce our romantic partners to family and friends over food and drinks, and the ritual of gathering around a table is how we share the day’s events with our partners.
When people in love say, “there just was this chemistry”, they are talking about mysterious emotional attraction to a person. But they could also be talking about the food.
Foods typically associated with Love include:-
Truffle
Vanilla
Chilli peppers
Artichoke
Asparagus
Wine
Spices
Chocolate
Apples
Oysters
Artichoke was a surprise to me!
So if you’re looking for ideas to impress your partner, favourite Valentines foods include:-
  1. Steak (with peppercorn sauce)
  2. Spaghetti carbonara
  3. Cupcakes
  4. Beef Wellington
  5. Cheesecake
Of course, if you’d prefer not to cook, there are many fabulous independents offering delivery/takeaway or ‘heat at home’ options.
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