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Valentine's Day Dinner: 6 tips to surprise your half

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Valentine's Day Dinner: 6 tips to surprise your half

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Want to prepare a festive meal to your sweetheart for the Valentine's Day ? Fill up on tips to surprise your other half and surely make your dinner a tete-a-tete! Of the table decoration the recipes "seduction" even aphrodisiacs, Côté Maison helps you make your February 14 unforgettable and spicy!

To prepare a pleasant meal Valentine's day decor at home, it is best to avoid last minute nasty surprises. Side House puts the dishes in large to help you concoct your Valentine's Day as serenely as possible. From the table decoration to the choice of dishes, make your evening of February 14 unforgettable with our 6 good tips.

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1. Valentine's Day Dinner: prepare your meal in advance

No need to be stressed on Valentine's Day to prepare a meal at the last minute. Especially if your work schedules are busy and you are running out of time. We go the previous weekend at Picard buy mellow figs and foie gras block cream, and hearts of mousses raspberry and vanilla whipped cream, or we call on his caterer to make his dinner.

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2. Valentine's Day Dinner: opt for a romantic aperitif

Two glasses of champagne or more, and petits fours will allow you to drink to your love! As an alternative to champagne, you can prepare one of your favorite cocktails. And nothing prevents you from imagining a romantic corner by having cushions on the floor, candles and some rose petals to sip your aperitif in love!

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3. Valentine's Day Dinner: Delight yourself with seduction recipes

We prepare with love his favorite recipes while thinking of the taste of his partner. Chicken with curry or marinated stone with spices can tantalize the taste buds easily and easily. However, avoid garlic and chive cheese that give bad breath or otherwise say goodbye to languid kisses!

Do not forget, for dessert, dark chocolate is required because it releases the hormone pleasure, endorphin. If you want to totally enchant your valentine (e) spice up the meal with an aphrodisiac recipe, such as a citrus salad with cinnamon and hazelnut crumble or chocolate cakes with Espelette pepper.

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4. Valentine's Day Dinner: sifting the mood with candles

Candles are the inevitable accessory for a romantic evening. They are sprinkled on the table but not only: they can also make a floor path from the living room to the bedroom, be arranged on the windowsill or on the steps of the stairs. The goal is to create a soft light for maximum relaxation. But beware of more igniting your hearts than your house! They can be chosen from different sizes, scented or not. Do not forget to have a larger candleholder or candlestick to light your dishes!

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5. Valentine's dinner: choose a color theme

The red decor for Valentine's Day ... already seen and reviewed! We opt for a monochrome color that is out of the ordinary but remains in a festive spirit: silver and gold will be your best allies. Sparingly, bright red or burgundy accessories can enhance the dominant color chosen.

6. Valentine's Day Dinner: Healing the table decoration

We take out his finest dishes and we have some hearts, symbol of love par excellence, in the form of candles or decorative pastilles ... without going into the style too much and nerdy! And we throw stars, glitter and rose petals to finalize the atmosphere.

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