Post # 1
Hi Ladies, the man works from 7am till about 9pm every weekday, so we aren’t going out for dinner. Instead, I will just cook.
If anyone is in the same situation as me, lets bounce ideas off each other / you can also ask for recipes if you need any!
Oysters on the half shell with mignonette
Sweet and Spicy Soy Glazed Edamame
Magret de Canard with a side of wild mushrooms and parsley puree
Smoked Salmon and Shrimp rivioli with peas in a white wine sauce with mussels.
Red wine poached pear with vanilla bean ice cream
Chocolate lava individual cake with vanilla bean ice cream
Pick your favourite (:
Post # 3
I’ll have some chocolate lava cake right now thanks! That all sounds delicious!!
Usually I cook because I absolutely LOVE cooking, but this year we’re just going to get a take away. Your future hubby is very lucky!
Post # 4
@scottie: Haha, do you want the recipe?
It’s seriously the most easy dessert in the world.
I cook dinner every night.
Just usually never this special 😉 Haha.
What are you getting?
If you’re getting sushi, I’m coming over, I will bring the desert <3 haha
Post # 5
I would love it, although I’d end up eating it all myself because Mr S doesn’t like puddings (weirdo)…oh well there’s always dinner for the girls!
We’re getting a calzone from our favourite place that shut down a few years ago, then while we were living in Australia for a year it opened back up!
Post # 6
@scottie: Tell him it’s not pudding!
Just chocolate cake with a bunch of melted chocolate on the inside 😉
Cut this receipe in half if you want to make two, this recipe makes 4
1. First, preheat the oven to 400 °F (200 °C).
2. Butter the ramekins.
3. Then dust the ramekins with some confectioners’ sugar.
4. Now we need the eggs, sugar, coffee, and salt.
5. Throw them all into one bowl and mix them for about 2 minutes.
6. Break the chocolate into pieces. Place the butter and chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl.
7. Microwave on high in 20-second increments, stirring after each, until melted.
Let cool slightly.
And be strong!
8. Add the chocolate mixture into the egg mixture. Whisk to combine.
9. Then add the flour, and whisk just until combined (do not overmix).
10. Pour the batter into prepared ramekins.
11. Back for about 12 minutes
You don’t have to have coffee in the recipe if you’re not into the coffee taste!
Post # 7
That sounds AWESOME! We’re staying with Mr S’s sister (conveniently my best friend) and her bf (conveniently his best friend) this weekend so I might have to whip a batch up!
Post # 8
commenting just so i can find tha recipe again!
Post # 9
@scottie: Do it up!
If you need othe recipes, do ask 😉
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Post # 11
No V-day dinner this year as we are LDR, but last year I made:
Sesame crusted seared tuna
Teriyaki and peanut butter Soba noodles (sounds really weird but is soooo tasty!)
Salad with ginger soy dressing
store bought chocolate mousse cake
Post # 12
I think we’re going to order a heart shaped pizza from one of our favorite pizzerias!
Post # 13
Everything sounds INCREDIBLE!!
Post # 14
Come over and cook for me 😉
Post # 15
@Rubbs: Awe, that actually sounds really cute (:
Post # 16
@pengoala: Im just not sure if it works cause it’s all a different ‘type’ of cusine.