This is the third and final meal for my Valentine’s Day Menus. This is one of my go-to recipes all year round because it’s fairly simple but so flavorful and a nice change of pace. It’s also really easy to multiply this recipe and cook for a lot of people… I actually served this meal for Christmas at our house a couple years ago. Chicken breasts pounded into super thin cutlets, breaded in hand-seasoned breadcrumbs topped with a creamy tomato fennel sauce with roasted red potatoes on the side… this menu is sure to please! Click here to get the recipe and see how it’s made!
This is my second of three menus for the Valentine’s Day (find the first one here) and what makes it great is how light the dinner is, saving plenty of room for all those decadent desserts! Cod rubbed with a coriander spice mixture that’s steamed over lemon basmati rice and zucchini, this dish is fit to impress while keeping you out of the kitchen so you can enjoy yourself! If you don’t like fish, you can always make the rice separate and rub chicken or pork with the spice before grilling or roasting it. Click here to get the recipe and see how it’s made!
This is a really quick, easy and super cute craft for Valentine’s Day. I love this because it’s something so simple that really adds a unique decorative touch to any area of your house. It’s a versatile idea too, it would be fantastic for a kid’s birthday party! You can play around with different colors and prints, change the sizes or even add more strips make this craft truly yours! Click here to get the tutorial and see how it’s made!
This will be my first of three menu ideas for a romantic Valentine’s Dinner menu, and it happens to be my favorite! My husband and I love dining out at steakhouses but with the hefty price tag I set out to make the same thing at home. Strip steaks cooked in a cast iron skillet topped with a garlic rosemary butter served with grilled asparagus and mashed potatoes, this will impress your date without keeping you in the kitchen all night! One thing I would highly suggest is cooking these outside on the burner of a grill if at all possible. We made them inside and the smoke was kind of overwhelming so I learned two things: if you are going to cook them inside then just unplug your smoke detector and know that as soon as they steaks go in the oven the smoke will dissipate quickly. Click here to get the recipe and see how they’re made!
By using different color schemes, you can make this wreath for any Holiday but this one I made for Valentine’s Day. This craft is really easy and quick and takes minimal supplies so if you just need something to fill an empty window, this wreath is perfect! In case you missed my last post, I’ve included a Valentine’s Day Tab at the top of the page’s menu so you can easily locate all the recipes and crafts for the upcoming Holiday! Click here to get the tutorial and see how it’s made!
I make these every year for New Years Eve, but they would be fantastic for Valentine’s Day! Vanilla bean cupcakes with rosé champagne soaked strawberries, frosted with a champagne buttercream and topped with a chocolate covered strawberry these are every bit as decadent as they are romantic! Click here to get the recipe and see how they’re made!