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Valentines Day. Romance! Sugar! Optional Cynicism!
With Valentine’s Day just hours away, thoughts turn inevitably to chocolate. Chocolate and horrible Valentines jokes. For instance; What did the chocolate syrup say to the ice cream? I’m sweet on you.
I’m pretty much suggesting a re-appropriation of the celebration of romantic love for the purposes of celebrating really great girlfriends. I just think we’d have more fun.
Several years ago I wrote a series of interviews about people with highly alternate world views for a fashion-y glossy magazine. A woman who had been abducted by aliens and given birth to alien babies, for example. A man who … Continue reading
Instead of chocolate chips these meltingly dark brownies have little pockets of juicy raspberries scattered through them. They’re delicious served warm with pouring cream and fresh raspberries or with raspberry ripple ice cream. I usually cut them into heart shapes … Continue reading
Yes it’s on a Monday. No, it might not be the most relaxed breakfast in bed of all time, but it’s worth taking the time to make an impression with these low effort Valentines breakfast ideas.
Jonathan and I officially “don’t do” Valentines Day. We will not be taken in by cards with kittens on them, or by Snoopy-themed chocolates. No set price menus including duck, a chocolate dipped strawberry and a swirl of raspberry coulis … Continue reading
Valentines Day is one of the more depressing days of the year to be single in a Manhattan full of pink and cupids, set menus and single roses. Mostly, being footloose and fancy free in the city can be a … Continue reading