My Valentine’s day celebrations were so sweet and incredible. Yes, I was lucky enough to get to celebrate Valentine’s Day Eve because I’m properly spoiled. Any reason to celebrate, right?
My boyfriend (Colton, probably an appropriate time to introduce him) and I went to West, a delicious restaurant in Oklahoma City for Valentine’s Day Eve. I had the most gorgeous plate of Salmon and ratatouille, paired with some delicious wine called 900 grapes, a New Zealand wine that I would highly recommend with fish. There were over 180 grapes in each glass of wine and it had the freshest taste!
After work on Valentine’s Day, I went home and made some cocoa banana cookies before I headed over to Colton’s apartment to cook our Valentine’s feast. I appropriately shaped the cookies into hearts and put red food coloring in them. (I will put the recipe in another post because they are the most delicious treats ever and it would be wrong not to share.)
Unfortunately, they didn’t come out too red. But there were no complaints on taste!
My sweet display awaiting my arrival. He truly knows the way to my heart: Champagne, Flowers, Candles and Chocolate.
We cooked our all time favorite meal, Salmon, Asparagus, Quinoa, and Salad for dinner. I’m also happy to announce that I think I have nearly perfected my salmon sauce. It is a blend of soy sauce, mustards, brown sugar, and pepper. Do not ask me the exact measurements because for some reason I have never measured it out precisely and let my taste test be the guide each time. It was a very delicious meal and special Valentine’s Day!