Question of the day

Ir you were to cook a romantic dinner, what would it consist of?

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14 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Amber says:

    To start…

    one of my special salads..

    then.. Coquilles St. Jacques

    then… Steak Diane

    with roasted new potatos

    pan fried green beans with mushrooms and garlic

    then for dessert…


    baked nectarines.. with butter and brown sugar drizzeled with rasberry compote reduction.

  2. Joy says:

    Romance aside Amber, what time should I be there??? Sounds heavenly.

  3. donstuff says:

    Mac and Cheese – it’s what I do.

  4. shane says:

    chili flavored ramen noodles and cherry kool-aid!!!LOL

  5. SanityFound says:

    I’m with Joy, I actually had to wipe my mouth because I was drooling so much… Amber am flying directly to you when I win lottery … I start diet today just for that! Phew Now am hungry (what is new)

    Oh what I’d cook is cookies *grins*

  6. SKL says:

    HA!!! Me, cook a romantic meal? There is a reason I never married.

    I dated a guy a few times and he cooked me a nice meal. I told him I hoped he didn’t expect me to reciprocate, since the most gourmet thing I ever cook is Mac & Cheese. He later sent me an email informing me that he didn’t feel we had the type of chemistry he was looking for. (Dudes, THAT was a hilarious email, and I’m not joking.)

    Another guy I dated knew how to cook (Indian), and he insisted that I needed to learn to cook his kind of food in order to qualify to join his family. (Yeah, he was the scary one.) I tried, but my heart wasn’t in it!

    So they all said I’d have to learn to cook once I had kids. Well, my kids actually think I am a terrific cook. That’s because I know where to find the best canned and boxed food, and I keep them good and hungry before meals, because you know, hunger adds more flavor than anything else.

    Ha! My romantic future is doomed, but at least I can always have all the mac & cheese I want!

  7. Just a Mom says:

    Chicken Piccata with a side of fettuccini alfredo

  8. SKL says:

    It just occurred to me that Sam’s Club may be responsible for the survival of many romances. Even someone like me could come up with a respectable (if fattening) meal from their frozen section.

  9. darryl says:

    Steak, Baked potato, and Broccoli and a glass of wine. Forget it Im headed to Ambers I will bring the candle.

  10. nikki says:

    Steak and eggs would make Jason very happy but I would go for some finger food like some fondue. And dessert…stick with the fondue and have chocolate covered strawberries, bananas, cherries…Oh I’m hungry now!!!

  11. thegoddessanna says:

    Fondue. Coq au vin-style, stolen from the Melting Pot. Salt/pepper/garlic dry-rubbed beef, shrimp, mushroom caps. I like to saute some mushrooms in sherry to eat with the meat. Spumante out of Ikea kids cups (the glasses are in storage). Candles, music.

    And, the kids in bed and the cats occupied with wet food in the kitchen!

    It’s the only thing I can cook – I burned my toaster waffles this morning, I’m that bad! : )

  12. Joy says:

    Welcome Goddess Anna, so good to see you here.

  13. Joy says:

    I would make crab legs with au gratin potatoes, caesar salad and green beans.

  14. Jane says:

    Black Angus steak, baked potatoes from the garden BRAND NEW, salad and corn on the cob, also from the garden.

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