This Valentine’s Day many of us will order in, but many others will flex their lockdown-honed cooking skills to impress the better half.
Take-out is all well and good, but seeing as restaurants have been off limits for most of this year, we’ve been ordering home more often, so maybe it doesn’t have the same treat-factor that it used to. Cooking a special meal, though, is impressive. It also means you can decide exactly what’s on the menu.
If you're stuck for ideas for your Valentine’s Day meal, here are some quick and easy Valentine’s Day recipes for you to try.
Grilled Oysters and Ättika
An easy oyster recipe shared by chef Magnus Nilsson, that mixed Nordic and New Yorker flavours: grilled oysters with Ättika, the Swedish white vinegar
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Our quick and easy cast-iron skillet pizza recipe is adaptable and straightforward. If you have a favourite sauce or topping, feel free to sub it in to make your very own version of the perfect cast-iron skillet pizza. Take a look.
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If you're cooking a special Valentine's Day dinner for your loved one this year, you'll want to make it as tasty as possible. Which is where chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and food polymath James Briscione comes in. Here are his tips for an unforgettable Valentine's dinner.