How to Make a Romantic Day Cooking Together

by Sheri Lamb

About Sheri Lamb

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Sheri Lamb has been a reporter since 2006 in community newspapers throughout Canada. While she has covered virtually every beat associated with community newspapers, Lamb specializes in sports. In addition to her skills as a reporter, Lamb holds a certificate in computer programming. She also runs a small catering company.

How to Make a Romantic Day Cooking Together

Many foods have a quality that can bring out the romance in a relationship. The time spent cooking together on one of these evenings can bond couples as you complete a project together and are rewarded by its culinary success. Even when the taste of the meal doesn't turn out the way you want, the experience together can be a lasting romantic memory. Spending a day cooking with your partner can be a fun way to get to know each other, or it could spark a stale relationship.

Step 1

Find a romantic meal theme. For example, Italy is often associated with romance. Set out to cook food that will take you all day to prepare but that you can enjoy while assembling the ingredients and cooking the meal.

Step 2

Visit a market to buy your ingredients. Many farmer's markets have a wide variety of fresh cheeses and vegetables. Stop by a liquor store on your way home to buy a bottle of wine.

Step 3

Stop by a park or beach and make yourselves a picnic. Bring a blanket and sit and chat for while. Greek delis have an assortment of delicious finger foods that you can put on bread smeared with butter, and these are often available at farmer's markets.

Step 4

Play romantic music, such as Italian music if you are using an Italian theme. Light candles when night falls.

Step 5

Cook the meal together. Drink a bit of wine as you cook. Help each other stir the pot occasionally.

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Tip

  • A romantic meal could include salad, bread and pasta with a fresh tomato sauce. Avoid using garlic and too many onions. Serve cheese as an appetizer and strawberries with whipped cream or chocolate for dessert.

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