Chicken and Asparagus Crepes:


There is something about crepes that is so intimate and romantic.  Maybe it’s because they take a little extra time to put together? But it’s worth it when you only have to make enough for two!

Baltimore-Style Crab Cakes:


Crab cakes are a perfect recipe to make for two.  One for him, one for you, and who knows? Maybe you’ll share one.

Balsamic Braised Beef Short Ribs:


Here’s a melt in your mouth and flavor packed recipe, perfect for warming up your man’s heart.


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Filet Mignon with Tarragon Mushrooms:


Mmmmm… Filet mignon. It even sounds romantic when you say it!

Balsamic Chicken with Mozzarella:


Garnished and drizzled with rich and dreamy balsamic glaze!  Perfection in each bite!

Crock Pot Honey Sesame Chicken:


Do you have a busy work day planned before your romantic dinner?  No problem!  Set this asian-inspired dish on early and forget about it until dinner time.

Honey-Lime Chicken Skewers:


Mix up a simple marinade early in the day, and all you have to do at dinner is throw it on the grille and enjoy it on the patio together.  Easy peasy!

Lasagna Cupcakes:


What a cute idea! These lasagna cupcakes have layers of meat, three types of cheeses and pasta all wrapped up in a miniature bundle.

Fancy Latkes with Caviar:


This is probably not going to appeal to everyone, but if you love caviar, you will love this recipe. Now, if only I could get my husband to enjoy caviar too…

Curried Coconut Chicken for Two:


I love recipes that make a perfect amount for two.  And with the coconut and curry flavour combination, this one looks delicious to share with your sweetie!

Creamy Lobster Bisque:


Doesn’t this look divine?  It’s kind of hard to make soup romantic, but when you add lobster, you can pretty much make anything romantic!

Orange Soy Glazed Scallops:


Scallops have a great reputation as a food for romance.  Maybe it’s because they are special and most of us only eat them at restaurants… maybe when we are on dates?  I love anything that makes me feel like I’m at a restaurant.

Lobster tail salad with truffle oil:

Lobster-TailLobsters = delicious.

Truffle oil = delicious.

Put them together and you have an amazingly gourmet flavour combination that will make you crave more.

Teriyaki Shish Kabobs:


This is another one of those meals that you really don’t want to be making for a large crowd.  A candle lit dinner for two on the patio is a perfect setting for a few shish kabobs.

Roasted Rack of Lamb with Pomegranate and Fresh Savory:


Some romantic dinner recipes take a little tender love and care to put together.  This is no exception.  A little bit of hard work will definitely pay off!

Pan-Seared Scallops on Linguine with Tomato-Cream Sauce:


Or, you can add scallops to pasta for a creamy and delicious dinner that you won’t have to slave over in the kitchen for hours.

Chipotle Lime Grilled Shrimp:


The shrimp is marinated in a simple mixture of smoky and spicy chipotle chilies and sour lime juice along with a touch of garlic before quickly grilling it to perfection.

Southwest Style Stuffed Peppers:


The key to a romantic dinner is presentation. Anything that looks beautiful on a plate will make for a beautiful romantic dinner.

Tuscan Pasta With Tomato-Basil Cream:


This elegant pasta dinner will have your sweetheart thinking you worked in the kitchen all day long.