Valentine's Day Dinner at Home for Two

If you're celebrating Valentine's Day this weekend, forget dinner reservations! Dinner at home can be romantic when you make it together.


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Balsamic Tuna with Italian Slaw

balsamic tuna with Italian slaw on plate

Honey Do!

Put your significant other (SO) in charge of setting the table or opening the wine—since this dish takes only 20 minutes to make, you don’t really need much extra help!

Makes 2
Prep 15 m
Cook 5 m

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Beef Filet with Blue Cheese Butter

beef filet with blue cheese butter on top and potato wedges and peas on blue plate

Honey Do!
Divide and conquer! While you prepare the blue cheese butter, ask your SO to quarter and season the potatoes. 

Pair it
A beef and blue cheese combo is rich—lighten it up with a bright and bubbly prosecco. Try 90+ Cellars, Santa Margherita or La Marca

Makes 2
Prep 10 m
Grill 6 m
Roast 25 m

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Miso-Sugar Pork with Sesame Green Beans

miso-sugar pork with sesame green beans on plate

Honey Do!
Assign the rice to your SO. If they’re not the cooking type, opt for pre-cooked packets that go from microwave to table in only 90 seconds. 

Pair It
The pork’s sweet-and-salty Asian glaze stands up well to a light-bodied lager. Try Sapporo, Narragansett or Peroni.

Makes 2
Prep 15 m
Broil 18 m
Cook 9 m

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Green and White Lasagna

green and white lasagna with salad on plates

Honey Do!
Have your SO throw together a salad while you make the main. Even better: Assemble lasagna the night before and you just bought extra time to talk about your day. 

Pair It
Complement creamy lasagna with the light acidity of a pinot noir. Try Jacob’s Creek, Bread & Butter or Bonterra.

Makes 2
Prep 15 m
Cook 7 m
Bake 30 m
Cool 10 m

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Red Velvet Cake For Two

couple taking bite out of slice of red velvet cake

Cake for Two!
End the night on a sweet note with our sized-down red velvet layer cake.

Makes 4
Prep 15 m
Bake 20 m