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#468514 - 2nd Feb 2011 8:54pm Valentines Meal for the Missus
Petei123 Offline
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hi all,

im not going to lie, i cant cook for squat, i even burn baked beans sometimes....
so this year for valentines, i want to suprise the missus by cooking her something nice (starter, main and dessert)

now i have no idea about where to start.
what types of food are nice on valentines day? whats easy to cook yet still looks impressive??

any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks smile

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#468517 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:02pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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Oh sweetie!

The best advice I can give is to go to M&S,if you want to stay at home.
It maybe bought but,you still need to cook it.Good Luck.X

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#468519 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:04pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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haha. i was thinking that, but then i thought that she'd be able to tell if it was bought (if you get me)

i hear things like steaks and salmon fillets are easy??

any recipies on them??

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#468520 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:07pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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O.k....as a starting point, what type of food does she enjoy?
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#468521 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:08pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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wat a lucky missus u have

here u go found this for u and it comes with videos to help you

http://easyrecipesforbeginners.com/


ps fresh strawberries dipped in melted chocolate with some decent ice cream like haagen daz for dessert..that is traditional for valentines day

hope this helps x
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#468522 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:11pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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to be honest she will eat anything as she isnt fussy, and will always try things shes never before if she sees them on a menu etc...

thanks for that link rocketqueen, will have a look now to get myself some ideas smile

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#468523 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:11pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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I'm a qualified chef and could give you recipe's.
But believe me as long as you have cooked it you will impress!Any probs PM me.
Originally Posted By: Pete_306TD
haha. i was thinking that, but then i thought that she'd be able to tell if it was bought (if you get me)

i hear things like steaks and salmon fillets are easy??

any recipies on them??

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#468525 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:19pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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#468527 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:23pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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Thanks for the link r.q
b.m, may need some steak tips grin
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#468529 - 2nd Feb 2011 9:26pm Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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just as long as pan is hot and u have brushed it with olive oil
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#468598 - 3rd Feb 2011 9:06am Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
ema_lou Offline
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Ahh what a lovely idea! She'll appreciate the effort you make even if your not a great cook lol!

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#468599 - 3rd Feb 2011 9:08am Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
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make a pizza in the shape of a heart wink

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#468621 - 3rd Feb 2011 10:12am Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
zippy
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tip her up so she goes to hospital she gets a free meal and you get some peace n quite lol joke

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#468625 - 3rd Feb 2011 10:19am Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
zippy
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is arrowe park still shut lol think of the money you'll save. lol

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#468632 - 3rd Feb 2011 10:49am Re: Valentines Meal for the Missus [Re: Petei123]
zippy
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oh ok try this 30-Minute Beef Stroganoff Recipe 1 nonstick cooking spray1 lb round steak, cut into 1/4 in strips2/3 cup ; water;*3 oz mushrooms, sliced, canned1 package dry onion soup mix, 1 cup yogurt, plain, lowfat2 tbsp flour6 oz noodles, egg, cooked In a frying pan sprayed with nonstick cooking spray, brown meat. Addwater, mushrooms (including liquid), and soup mix. Cover and simmerfor 15 minutes. In a small bowl, blend yogurt and flour; add to meatmixture. Cook and stir on low heat until mixture thickens. Serve overhot noodles.

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