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Valentine's Day Recipes that Anyone Can Make

They say that music is the food of love, but everyone knows it's actually, well, food. Here are the best things to eat and drink on Valentine's Day and how to make them, whether you're an expert chef or a kitchen nightmare.

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Valentine's Day Recipes that Anyone Can Make

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    How a Second Date Rekindled My Love of Cooking

    How a Second Date Rekindled My Love of Cooking

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    Eater - Elazar Sontag

    Before our date, I told him that if it weren’t for all this, I’d invite him over for dinner. Normally, I don’t know if I would’ve had the nerve. A home-cooked meal runs the risk of being an agonizingly drawn-out first-date nightmare: the excruciatingly awkward pauses in conversation, the too-late …

    Blood Orange Eton Mess

    Blood Orange Eton Mess

    Calling all fans of The Great British Baking Show: Have you heard of an Eton mess? It’s a traditional English dessert made with layers and layers of cloud-like crisp meringue and whipped cream. (It’s kind of like a trifle with some extra crunch and pizzazz.) The dish is traditionally made with strawberries, but you can swap in any kind of fruit (or, ahem, vegetable). Here, recipe developer Erin McDowell upped the ante and added blood orange—and just like that, we have a new favorite dessert that just so happens to be festive for Valentine’s Day. Assemble it in individual cups or bowls (or as a freeform heart shape, if you please), then grab a spoon and don’t look back.

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