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How to cook a Valentine's meal together

5:43 PM, Feb. 9, 2013
Don't just dine together this Valentine's Day. Enjoy the intimacy of cooking the meal you share.
Don't just dine together this Valentine's Day. Enjoy the intimacy of cooking the meal you share.
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If you like the teamwork of spending time cooking together and the intimacy of your own dining room, here is a menu from David Cook inspired by his menu at Next in Loveland, Ohio. Divide the chores, work as a team, light some candles, chill some champagne and sit at your own private two-top.

You certainly don't have to make all of the courses here: The oysters could substitute for the salad or for the polenta/shrimp dish. Or you could make the polenta to go with the beef. But a Valentine's dinner should be long and leisurely.

If everything is done ahead, one person can get up from the table after the ...

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