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'There is no sincerer love than the love of food.' - George Bernard Shaw
Scroll ahead for a romantic menu created just for you and your loved one.
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Your favorite romantic setting:
At the beach
Candle light dinner
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Cook something sensual for your loved one. A decadent warm chocolate fondue with small cake pieces, strawberries and peaches.
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A romantic meal designed for the vegetarian lovers.
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Strawberry Daiquiri: A rum and liqueur drink with a fruity hint.
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Caprese Salad with Pesto Sauce: Juicy tomato and mozzarella cheese salad with pesto sauce. Topped with the freshness of basil.
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Whole wheat pasta rolled in delicious creamy spinach sauce, served with walnuts and parmesan cheese.
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A gorgeous cheesecake with the sweetness of cherries, oh heaven.
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A romantic meal designed for the non-vegetarian lovers.
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Kurumba Passion: Cranberry, mango and pineapple juice combined with dark rum. Served in a tall glass with a slice of dragon fruit.
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An interesting and refreshing, chicken pasta salad recipe. Fusilli, broccoli, cherry tomatoes and sweet corn tossed together and drizzled with a honey-soy dressing.
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One of the most popular starters from the 70's, this prawn cocktail is easy and quick to make. Served on a bed of iceberg lettuce with thousand island dressing.
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Valentine Pizza: Pizza with haloumi, Gruyere cheese, Parmesan cheese, tomatoes, chillies, mint and olives. A delight for the eyes and taste buds.
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A decadent moist chocolate cake, sliced into half and stuffed with juicy strawberries. This cake is a perfect treat to make for your partner on Valentines Day.
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