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Romantic Goddess Valentine’s Dinner at Home By the Fire

A Happy Goddess Valentine’s Day Dinner at Home with My Greek Hero!

What a wonderful Valentines Day my husband and I enjoyed. This was our first Valentines Day as newlyweds and we decided to eat in by the fireplace. For dinner, I made a roasted chicken with baby carrots and potatoes, steamed asparagus, almond-chocolate cookies and hot cocoa-almond milk. We exchanged cards and since we love to travel I decided to give my love “the world” in the form of a mini-globe for his desk and a partner’s massage book. He gave me roses and our weekend to Cambria. My card to him included coupons that could be redeemed for several items from a romantic meal, to a backrub, to a bath. I also put the homemade cookies in a red heart shaped container which he enjoyed. I truly believe the way to a man’s heart and most people’s heart is the stomach. No matter how it turns out it’s the effort that goes into making a “love infused” meal. “So take a chance and cook for yourself and/or someone else you love. Happy Valentine’s Day.

For delicious cocoa almond milk for two. In a small saucepan gently warm 2 cups of unsweetened almond milk, 1 tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder and sweeten to taste with 1 teaspoon of honey or more. Pour into cups and serve to yourself and your sweetheart for a warming and delicious beverage.

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