Luscious Valentine’s Day Fare
I can hardly believe Valentine’s Day is this Sunday. Hibernating due to covid has caused me to lose all track of time. In fact, I want to apologize for being absent for so long. My sisters and I have been cleaning out our family home now that both our parents are gone. We sold the house and have had the difficult and emotional task of cleaning out 56 years of memories.
As you can imagine it’s not easy, especially during covid. At the end of this month the three of us will walk out the doors of our family home forever. A home our dad built in 1965. The walls of our home always heard laughter, smelled luscious foods, and welcomed family and friends near and far. It will definitely be bittersweet.
I’ve been so consumed with clearing out the house I almost forgot Valentine’s Day is this Sunday. So I thought I’d share some of my favorite treats and dishes with you to celebrate the day. Here they are…………………
These truffles are easy to prepare, sinfully delicious, and so pretty! Who wouldn’t love these?
Salmon with Red Wine Sauce – This simple dish has a velvety smooth sauce that will have you reaching for something to soak up whatever sauce remains on your plate.
Valentine Bark – sometimes we just need a little bit of chocolate to take the edge off. This quick & easy Valentine Bark says it all without feeling guilty indulging.
This is a post I created years ago for Strauss Direct using their Beef Filets. The dish is sensational and makes a great presentation. Since Valentine’s Day is tomorrow head to your favorite market nearby to purchase your beef filets.
No-Bake Strawberry Chocolate Tart – If you’re looking for an extravagant dessert this Valentine’s Day but don’t want to spend time slaving in the kitchen, this dessert is ideal! If you don’t have a heart shaped pan, any pan with do. If possible, try to use a pan with a removable bottom.
Wishing everyone a Safe & Happy Valentine’s Day!