Valentine’s Day has been claimed by greeting card companies, but is won over by the foodies. This Hallmark holiday lives and breathes clichés from dozens of roses to boxes of chocolates. But think outside the heart-shaped box and experiment in the kitchen. All recipes are included within the description.
A dozen roses? Try a dozen donuts.
When it comes to pizza on Valentine’s Day, you can either give a whole heart or share it like the last slice.
Buca di Beppo is serving up layers of love. Book a lasagna dinner reservation for two for the $48 Valentine’s Day special…complete with cannolis.
4. Fried Mozzarella
Nothing quite connects two people like a melted string of cheese.
5. Bacon…Just bacon
Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner. Dessert. (Repeat)
Churros alone are finger-licking fantastic, but dipping them in chocolates takes them to a whole other level.
7. Burger and fries
Red-hot love fresh from the grill.
8. Cheesy breadsticks
Don’t trust people who warn you to “never fill up on bread.” You don’t need that kind of negativity.
Some people say “a minute on the lips is a lifetime on the hips.” But Valentine’s Day practically screams indulgence. Treat yo’self, enjoy, and remember that Burdick Gym is open seven days a week. If you try out any of these recipes, be sure to share them with us @TowsonSAM on Instagram and Twitter with #TigerTreats.