A love letter in food

Because Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday this year, we decided to have our Valentine’s Day Dinner on Sunday instead.

Grilled lobster with basil-garlic butter. Homegrown micro-greens salad with toasted walnuts and homemade honey-mustard-apple-vinegar dressing. SofĂ­a got a skewer with five huge shrimp.

And for dessert:

Chocolate souffle with homegrown eggs and blackberry-port-brown sugar sauce with the blackberries we picked this last summer.

Thank you, love of my life, for working so hard in order that we might dine so well.

Happy Valentine’s Day everybody!

5 Responses to “A love letter in food”

  1. debbie swickard Says:

    Happy Valentine’s Day, you guys. You are what love is all about!

  2. heidi Says:

    looks devinely yummy. where do you find these recipes! lucky Josh and Sofia.
    glad you had a good Valentine’s day.

  3. diana Says:

    I didn’t use a recipe except one off the Food Network for the soufflees. :)

  4. Toni Says:

    Wow! Now that’s a valentine’s day meal! I can’t wait to have so many homegrown eggs that chocolate souffle sounds doable:grin:!

  5. diana Says:

    Thanks for stopping by Toni! Having fresh eggs is even better than I’d thought it would be. Six hens are enough to keep us in eggs all winter; I’ve only had to buy eggs twice, both for big birthday cake requests. And I can’t keep up with selling demand either!

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