Valentine's Day dinner thread. Who's cooking?
Dinner for my gf and I: filet mignon, lobster tails with melted butter, asparagus with olive oil and lemon juice, and wild rice.
What do you co/ck/'s have in store for the SO tonight?
I'm gonna be kicking myself for saying this but "relationship/dating experts" always suggest sitting at a 45 degree angle because it Increases closeness/intimacy and decreases direct eye contact which can be awkward or agitating.
It's true, you can a lot more easily reach her knee or hand although
>direct eye contact which can be awkward or agitating
Maybe on the first date, I always loved staring into my ex's eyes.
>chicken parm and Italian in general is always going to get you laid
Not everyone gets wet over generic Italian food, and nobody cooks for their SO on Valentine's day in order to "get laid".
you sound like a retard. your cooking wil never compare to a restaurant in quality and ambiance so instead of being a faggot and making generic af surf and turf go to red lobster and get it you fucking mook
I think you responded to the wrong post, anon.
Also I've worked in restaurants for 5 years and can certainly make restaurant quality food at home, while creating a cozier ambiance (not OP, btw).
Looks good mang, like>>7377096 said though you gotta butterfly dem tails. I don't see garlic butter neither.
I did ribeyes on the grill with roasted brussels sprouts, baked potato with all the fixins and salad with miso dressing... and a bottle of cameron hughes 2012 cabernet sauvignon.
Shit was cash, should've taken a pic
>implying valentine's means shit to me
son, I did it for my wife. Valentine's is just another day to me.. only I gotta do some shit with her and either cook a nice meal or take her out to eat.
Not that I'd expect a kissless virgin basment dweller like you to understand any of that