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People I really do love my husband.
While my cat purrs and is soft to pet, my husband lets me buy Cervaro.

So to honor the one's we love

For Valentine's Day dinner:

Appetizer-Roasted Garlic head/bread/olive oil
Salad-Seared Scallops with Roasted Garlic Sabayon
Dinner-Duck with vegetables in Maderia sauce
Desert-Chocolate Cheesecake.

What are you doing?
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Originally posted by PURPLE:
People I really do love my husband.
While my cat purrs and is soft to pet, my husband lets me buy Cervaro.

So to honor the one's we love

For Valentine's Day dinner:

Appetizer-Roasted Garlic head/bread/olive oil
Salad-Seared Scallops with Roasted Garlic Sabayon
Dinner-Duck with vegetables in Maderia sauce
Desert-Chocolate Cheesecake.

What are you doing?
So now that we know what the cat will be eating, what are you going to feed Joe? Cool
A friend of ours who usualy comes down for New Years couldn't make it, so he is coming and bringing his (engaged last week) fiancee...

For dinner:
Appetizers - cheese and onion empanadas, seared tuna with cucumber salad
Dinner - Stuffed eggplant with eggplant, feta and spices with roasted red pepper puree.
gnocchi with arugala pesto
grouper balsamic w/roasted vegetables
assorted cheeses
chocolate cheesecake
Thick-cut filet mignon on the BBQ (provided the weather report is correct that it will be only a bit below freezing Saturday night) with home-made Bernaise sauce, matched with something from the special occasion shelf (TBD), and assorted Leonidas chocolates for dessert, probably with a 1991 Croft (how come no one's mentioning their wine matches? Confused)

Veggies? Carbs? Who knows? Frankly I'd rather pig-out on filet and chocolate! Big Grin
First off, I hope everyone has a wonderful Valentines. This day blew so hell with it, life is way too short anyways, something to look forward to..


Dinner:

Tomato and fresh mozarella salad.
Beef tenderloin roast
Asparagus and roasted potato
French bread
Strawberry and homemade whip cream

ETOH:

1995 Salon blanc de blancs
1990 L'evangile
1985 Krug or 2001 Rieussec
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Originally posted by Dunder:
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Originally posted by CSM:
butter poached loin of kangaroo with a chocolate pomegranate sauce

Nothing says Valentine's quite like chocolate covered kangaroo, except perhaps walnut crusted dingo.


Don't knock it until you've tried it. It's delicious. I served this to a chef friend of mine and he put a similar (though admittedly much better) version on his menu.

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