Weekly Wrap-Up (2/5-2/11)

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In case you missed them, we’ve compiled our favorite blog posts of the week all in one place so you can read, get inspired — and cook!

 

Morning Glory: Our Top-Rated Ebelskiver Pancakes
These filled pancakes are extremely versatile; they can be filled with fruit, chocolate, jam or cheese. They’re simple to make — and a lot of fun! Get started with one of these recipes below, which have all earned top ratings from our readers.
Host a Valentine’s Day Luncheon
Let’s be honest: the women in your life probably appreciate heart themed desserts and lovely Valentines Day table settings more than the men do! This year get out your girly pink linens and heart-shaped cookie cutters to host a ladies luncheon celebrating the love you have for your gal pals. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spice Up Your Juice
Juicing expert Joe Cross explains how to incorporate beneficial spices into your juicing routine — recipes included!
5 Reasons to Roast a Chicken This Week
Next time you’re roasting a chicken, make sure to cook more than you need so you can enjoy the fruits of your efforts all week. Try one of these recipes, which each incorporate cooked chicken in a unique, flavorful dish.
Cupid’s Cocktails
When it comes to the most romantic day of the year, two colors come to my mind: pink and red. This February, show your sweetie how you feel by mixing up one of these blushing cocktails.
Valentine’s Day Treat: Passion Fruit Gelees
Sometimes a heavy dessert can kill the mood, but a few bites of these passion fruit geleés will be the perfect end to a romantic meal.
5 Rosé Wines for Valentine’s Day
When it comes to Valentine’s Day, Is there any other kind of wine to pour other than something pink? Whether dry or slightly sweet, sparkling or still, the best rosé wines have a balance of freshess, fruit and acidity that make them great with all sorts of food. Here are some delicious rosés to help you uncork romance.

 

Valentine’s Day: Cooking Together
Celebrate the most romantic of holidays by cooking a meal with your loved one. We’ve designed a menu the two of you can prepare together, roasting vegetables, searing duck breasts and sharing an intimate dinner over a glass of wine.

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