6 Valentines Recipes You Need In Your Life

Hello, my lover. There are so many posts hiding over here for you. So many secret surprises I can’t wait to show you.

But first, you can’t miss some of the things happening via Cheeky Kitchen over at Tablespoon and Good Cook this month. I mean. Er. Mer. Gerd. It’s gettin’ hawt up in ‘ere.

For instance, inspired by Sophistimom friend, Miss Jaime, I tossed together this plate of Heart-Shaped Beets and Fried Goat Cheese Salad for Tablespoon this month. Guys. Girls. Gnomes. I don’t care who you are, you need this happening on your fork as early as yesterday. Make it. For me. For you. For the future of our planet. This is the sort of salad John Lennon woulda sung about.

Blueberry Breakfast Grilled Cheese.

I feel like I should apologize. This recipe is like a spontaneous french kiss from a handsome stranger.

I’m so sorry.

Pomegranate season is quickly leaving us. Why not head to the grocer, grab a few of those ruby red fruits, then check out my 10 Ways to Use Pomegranate Arils article, complete with recipez. You gonsta lovez them.

Looking for a fun way to serve dessert? Try topping these Boozy Red & Blue Valentines Hand Pies with a giant scoop of ice cream, and your face. Because that’s exactly where you’re gonna want ‘em.

Show your kids you love ‘em this Valentines day by serving up some of this fun Pizza Soup. Like French Onion Soup, but soooo much coooler.

Celebrate the season of love with My Big Fat Italian Wedding Soup. My children literally wept into their bowls of this soup. They proposed to the soup twice. It’s a total love fest, yo.

How’re you celebrating? Would love to know all your deeelicious deets! Smoochies, you!

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5 Responses to “6 Valentines Recipes You Need In Your Life”

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    wholesome kids on February 12, 2013 at 4:50 pm Reply

    Heart shaped beets! What a cool idea, I love this! My kids will love eating the leftover bits from the heart cut-outs.

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    Tasha on February 13, 2013 at 4:53 pm Reply

    That all looks fantastic! I bought a wonderfully fancy dress, have bestie and new husband coming this weekend, and today, the stomach flu… That affair better end soon…. Because I am starving, and I can’t eat heart shaped beets and have the flu at the same time. Happy Valentine’s Day to you! I hope it’s AMAZING!

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    Carol Kellem on February 24, 2013 at 5:02 pm Reply

    Help! I must see this recipe – Blueberry breakfast grilled cheese. I’m a little slow on this, but when I click on the recipe, “Tablespoon” doesn’t seem to be able to find it. Can’t wait to try it!

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    Krystyna Sandlin on April 20, 2013 at 7:06 pm Reply

    The usually deep red roots of beetroot are eaten either grilled, boiled, or roasted as a cooked vegetable, cold as a salad after cooking and adding oil and vinegar, or raw and shredded, either alone or combined with any salad vegetable. A large proportion of the commercial production is processed into boiled and sterilised beets or into pickles. In Eastern Europe, beet soup, such as borscht, is a popular dish. In Indian cuisine, chopped, cooked, spiced beet is a common side dish. Yellow-coloured beetroots are grown on a very small scale for home consumption.”

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