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The Best Recipes to Cook for a Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner at Home
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A physical Valentine’s Day gift for your significant other is great. But if you’re looking for something to elevate that gift, try cooking them a meal — something more elevated and labor-intensive than your typical weeknight dish. Plus, it’ll save you from the hassle of having to make an impossible-to-get reservation. We included a succulent slow-roasted lamb shoulder, a hearty cacio e pepe and some delicious cocktail recipes. Now crack open a bottle of wine and start cooking.
From Chris Bianco, renowned pizzaiolo and artisanal pizza pioneer.
A recipe from Joaquín Simó, the 2012 Tales of the Cocktail American Bartender of the Year.
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Straight from Rome to your kitchen.
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