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Asian-steamed sea bass. Grandad's mussel linguine Linguine con cozze di Nonno. A taster of fresh oysters served the old-fashioned way. Quick stewed squid with tomatoes. Marinated and grilled salmon. Steamed Asian sea bass in the bag. You can do this. Anyone can do this. In this riff on beef rendang, the meat is cooked in coconut milk until it breaks up into gloriously rich jammy solids and delicious fat. Removing the lobster from the shells prevents them from overcooking, and the shells help build an excellent sauce.
Toss meltingly tender leftover brisket with wide pappardelle noodles and pecorino cheese for a totally transformed, easy dinner. Instead of serving everyone individually, cook two giant pork chops perfumed with garlic and thyme , then slice them up and serve family-style for an easy, elegant presentation. Blanch chopped broccoli before cooking your pasta in the same water, then toss the whole thing with crumbled sausage and plenty of chile flakes, butter, and Parmesan. Palizzi Social Club in Philadelphia gets very thin-cut rib eyes on the bone.
Shellfish and pork are a power duo. The salty-sweet pancetta soffritto is the backbone of this clam toast a kitchen favorite during tastings.
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You're bound to get plenty of accolades for this zesty sauce, a Middle Eastern—spiced riff on herby salsa verde. Flake baked salmon over roasted turnips and bulgur for a casually chic dish that will make any dinner feel like a party. This one-pot meal is herby, sweet, and garlicky all at once, and it only takes 20 minutes to put together. This hearty vegetarian ragout—served on a bed of creamy polenta—gets a boost of rich flavor from umami-packed tomato and miso pastes.
If making the gnocchi feels like a project, serve over polenta instead. Nothings says "I love you" like a roast chicken.
In this case, the leftovers are almost the best part, so don't worry about the fact that this recipe serves four. Serve slices of this vegetarian caramelized shallot-puff pastry tart with a lightly dressed salad and remember the old advice that as long as you're both eating onions, there's no need to worry. If you make the broth a day or two ahead, all you have to do come dinnertime is sear a couple pieces of fish and reheat the stew, leaving you plenty of time to spend with your boo.
Who needs to go out to a fancy restaurant when you can make a meal like this at home? Make sure you get your butcher to cut the marrow bones in half for you—there's no way you'll be able to manage that part at home without a bandsaw.
Twirl your spaghetti from the same big plate like Lady and the Tramp and it might lead to a kiss. Since this recipe makes four galettes, you can stick half the dough in the freezer for a future impromptu night of romance.
Serve the remaining two with a quick pear salad. Chicken legs may not be your first choice for a special date night dinner, but this recipe will change your mind. Taste aside, the best part is how easy it is to prep this meal in advance: the chicken and potatoes can be cooked up to two days before, then simply crisped on the stove to serve.
A porterhouse is the perfect sized steak for two to share. If you can find dry-aged, try it. It's a bit more expensive, but yields more tender and flavorful meat. Dinnertime becomes more playful and fun when you get to assemble your own lettuce cups with pork belly, kimchi, and spicy cucumbers. Plus, eating with your hands is totally sexy.
Skip the takeout and make a project out of making pad Thai together. Serve it in one big bowl with two forks and cozy up on the sofa in front of a good movie. Divide every ingredient in this recipe by 4 you can do it—we believe in you!