If you have some belly room left over from all that turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce — then take a bite out of these! Thanksgiving is all about indulgence — so indulge!
Whether you're spending the weekend alone with your significant other or hosting a big Labor Day bash together, fire up the grill and make these scrumptious and simple meals that are guaranteed to leave your guests extremely happy — and bring you two closer.
Food is unquestionably the most powerful aphrodisiac known to mankind, so think of these dates as 'culinary foreplay.'
So you've taken the leap and are making wedding plans. You're excited, exhilarated, but nagged by some uneasy feelings because of his eating habits. You're not perfect, but at least you know that what and how you eat is important, and you're consciously, consistently trying to improve your own eating habits. He, on the other hand, could care less, and routinely inhales junk food.
It's 9 p.m. on a Sunday. What does your boyfriend usually do on Sunday nights? Play video games? Catch up on work? Pick the lint out of his belly button? Mine is checking the oven right now to see how crispy his chicken pot pie is.
Finally, the best recipes to cook as a couple are all under one roof. We've collected recipes from our staff, bloggers and website partners to compile a comprehensive list of recipes that lend themselves particularly well to a couple in the kitchen. From sweet to savory, these recipes are best enjoyed as a pair.
For The Love of Caesar: 10 New Ways with The King of Salads By Zoe Rogers Julia Child asked “How could a mere salad cause such emotion?” Americans nationwide reply: Our passion for the Caesar Salad is red hot! This legendary and beloved King of the salad bowl has a certain panache and mystique and has reached the level of culinary stardom, a perennial favorite year-round.
You have the gift wrapped, card signed and wine ready, but what on earth are you going to make for your romantic Valentine's Day dinner? How about the delicious recipe that Food Network's celebrity chef, Anne Burrell, has planned out for you!
If the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, the ladies at Glamour must have men lined up around the block. Does Engagement Chicken ring a bell? We're willing to bet it's the most-used chicken recipe in the world: an editor at the magazine made it years ago for her boyfriend, who immediately dropped to his knees and proposed. The editor shared the recipe with the office, published it in the magazine, and to date, the chicken has been attributed to 70 marriages and counting. Now, you can find that recipe—and 99 more—in Glamour Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive's new book, 100 Recipes Every Woman Should Know: Engagement Chicken and 99 Other Fabulous Dishes to Get You Everything You Want in Life. The ladies at Glamour were generous enough to share another tasty recipe from the book: Love You Pancakes. Here's what the mastermind behind the recipe—and Glamour editor—Caroline Campion told us about the from-the-heart pancakes:
Of course you can enjoy a meal together; but here‚Äôs a way to share what comes before sitting down to eat. We've divided the kitchen into two domains and designed a menu for two chefs: one prep and one at the stove. As for dish duty; you're on your own.