To be honest I am not really a “hearts” person. I don’t “ooh and ahh”
when I see pinks and candles and teddy bears. I tried doing something
romantic on Valentine’s Day in the past but it never worked out. The
romance felt forced and fake, so I gave up on doing anything special on
that day: no gifts, no cards, no dinners, maybe just some flowers and
that was it. Until this year.
This time around I just *knew* that I had to do something. It felt
right and exciting and… (oh, gosh) romantic! So, I hunted down some
pink heart confetti, pink candle holders and lots and lots of hearts. I
cooked heart-shaped food, I put it in heart-shaped plates, I wore pink, I
decorated everything in pink and hearts and by the end of the weekend I
was really overdosed on hearts and romance. And although I don’t want
to see another heart in at least a year (or possibly more), it was fun
and… (oh, that’s embarrassing) romantic!
I’ll post the recipes later if anyone is interested.
Quail eggs, olives and cherry tomatoes in a shape of Hearts with Arrows
Smoked Fish Pâté
Salmon, Egg and Rice Coulebiac
Chocolate Cakes with Cream Cheese and White Chocolate Frosting
Breakfast the next day – Grapefruit, Kiwi, Strawberry, Raspberry Salad with Grand Marnier, Coffee and Message Cookies
More breakfast food
Message Cookies – Nice
By the end of the weekend I thought I am going to go crazy from all the hearts, so I had to do something different.