Valentine’s Day Menu – Table for Two

Valentine's Day Menu

Tired of the same Valentine’s Day routine Time After Time? Flowers? Check. Candy? Check. Dinner reservation at a crowded restaurant? Sigh. Think outside the box of chocolates this year and plan a Valentine’s Day menu at home that will make your special someone Crazy For You. If the thought of cooking a romantic meal gets you Weak in the knees, simmer down! I’ve got you covered down to the cocktail (think champagne and raspberries)!

These recipes are simple enough for a beginner but tasty enough to serve to your Funny Valentine. Don’t worry, it won’t take you All Night Long to cook my Pecan-Crusted Salmon with Green Beans & Tomato or my Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon with Garlic Roasted Asparagus; and my delicious twist on Bananas Foster will be the happy ending to your big dinner date.

So, Let’s Get It On the table with this Valentine’s Day menu and after this meal your special someone will be Lovin’ You.

Valentine’s Day Menu
Toast some pecans, mix up some honey mustard, a few minutes in the oven and VOILA, Pecan Crusted Salmon!
Green Beans with Tomatoes
Green Beans with Tomato is a tasty and beautiful side dish that can be on your table in minutes.
Valentine’s Day Menu
This Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon is the perfect dish for a romantic dinner for two.
Garlic Roasted Asparagus
Garlic-Roasted Asparagus is everything you want in a side, easy and delicious!
Valentine’s Day Menu
Bananas Foster is a dangerous dessert – easy to whip up with ingredients you like have on hand.

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