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What To Cook
Thursday is Valentine’s Day. If you’re not dining out and want to fix a special dinner for that special person in your life, we have some ideas.
Fragile and supremely buttery, these cocoa-flavored shortbread cookies are dunked partway in melted chocolate and sprinkled with an optional topping of crushed freeze-fried raspberries. [..]
Be sure not to roll the dough thinner than 1/2 inch. Otherwise, the cookies are apt to break and crumble after baking. Their thickness helps keep them intact.
A lobster for those who prefer eating lobster without the work and without a bib, this recipe is meant for an intimate supper à deux, whether for Valentine’s Day or not. Freshly cooked lobster is preferred, but some may splurge and buy a pound of preshucked lobster meat. Serve with crusty French bread or toasted thick slices of baguette cut on a long diagonal.
Requiring just one pan, this recipe yields supremely crisp, juicy chicken thighs and hot honey schmaltz, which serves as a warm vinaigrette for sturdy greens and a sauce for your — let’s say it again — supremely crisp, juicy chicken thighs.
Both the tart shell and filling for this luscious quiche can be prepped ahead, making it a great dish for brunch entertaining.
It’s great for a sweet toast in the morning, or it can be sliced thinly and served with pâté for a pretty party appetizer.
Inspired by the All Steak restaurant in Cullman, Alabama, these thinly-rolled, brightly-flavored orange rolls have both zest and juice, giving them an intoxicating aroma and a full burst of sweet citrus flavor.