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Romantic Dinner For Two

 

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It has been a cold snowy winter for most of us.  Everyone is staying home more than usual.  The silver lining is finding the perfect menu to make a romantic dinner for two.  Whatever the occasion, a first date, a first anniversary or just a night without any kids here is a heart warming menu that can be served on a table filled with roses and candles.

Creamy Hot Tomato Soup

Creamy Hot Tomato Soup

Start the night by warming up to a hot bowl of creamy tomato soup.  A little bit of spicy chile peppers will stimulate your endorphins (feel good chemicals) and red is the color of love.

Grilled Ribeye with Crispy Parsnips

Grilled Ribeye with Crispy Parsnips

Nothing says “I love you” like a perfectly grilled steak, keep it simple and serve with these crispy parsnip chips and a simple lightly dressed salad.

Non Dairy Chocolate Fondue

Keep the night going with a sweet non dairy chocolate fondue.  Dip your favorite fruits, marshmallows, cookies and just have fun with it.

If you are looking for  someone special to share your dinner, our friends at JDATE are launching a new campaign, Get Chosen, to hep remind us of all the cultural reasons to meet other Jewish people.   Whether it’s finding someone who shares your love of gefilte fish, who is just as excited as you are to spend Christmas at a Chinese restaurant or who holds memories of sleepaway camp just as close to their heart, JDeal is helping to strengthen the Jewish community.

What other Jewish cultural connections do you think are important for new relationships?

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3 Responses to Romantic Dinner For Two

  1. Looooving the non-dairy chocolate fondue idea!

  2. I would love to come home to this meal!

  3. Nothing tells the one you love that you care like a meal cooked from scratch. Delish!

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