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TribeCoin comp: Help! What should I cook for my honey this Valentine's Day?

Share your favorite ~fancy~ recipe with me and you could win TribeCoin!

11w ago
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It's that time of year again! Love is in the air and many of us (including myself) are trying to plan a Valentine's Day celebration at home. Under normal circumstances, my partner and I would probably dress up and head to a fancy restaurant (mmm... steak...). But this year I want to whip up a beautiful Valentine's Day meal at home!

So here's the deal: I need your help to choose what I should make! Do you have a favorite recipe that you like to cook for special occasions? Maybe it's made-from-scratch pasta, seafood, or even something vegetarian/vegan! Share with me your best recipes or ideas for a romantic meal for two and I'll be picking my favorite to cook on February 14th!

The "fine print": All foods are on the table - no food allergies here! Contest closes next Friday, February 12th, so that I have time to pick up ingredients before the big day. The winner will receive 250 TribeCoin and there may be runner-ups at my discretion to be announced on February 15th.

That's it! Thanks for your help in making our Valentine's Day special, FoodTribe!

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Comments (32)

  • I would say a nice surf and turf. Lobster tails and A5 waygu ribeye with butter, garlic asparagus followed by a fruit sponge cakes

      2 months ago
    • Very interesting, thank you!

        2 months ago
    • You don't need to sous vide cook the steak. A simple pan or grill will do! And if you do try this recipe, be careful to not burn down your house with the cognac! 🤣 My wife was not impressed with the flames when I cooked it!

        2 months ago
  • Steak in peppercorn sauce with new potatoes tossed in mint butter and seasonal vegetables

      2 months ago
    • Now that does sound awesome- thanks!

        2 months ago
    • Your welcome. U could opt for a different sauce maybe a red wine gravy that would work with wholegrain mustard mash potato

        2 months ago
  • Starter-caprese salad

    Main-ribeye pan-fried with garlic and rosemary basted with butter

    Side-asparagus garlic olive oil and salt

    Dessert- raspberry sorbet

      2 months ago
  • Start with a slow braised pigs cheek on celeriac puree followed by herb crusted rack of lamb with dauphinoise potatoes. I'm not very good at desserts as I don't have them but I'm sure you must have a favourite. Do a batch of cheeks in the slow cooker all day, nice and easy. The lamb and potatoes mainly done in the oven so also easy but so delicious, and different for a special occasion.

      2 months ago
    • A highly ambitious meal!!

        2 months ago
    • It sounds ambitious but broken down into its parts it's really straight forward. I sometimes make it in a caravan so it can't be that difficult. I challenge you 😀

        2 months ago
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