Saturday, June 23, 2018
Recipes

Fancy sweets for your sweetie on Valentine's Day

A gesture that says "I love you" can be better than a gift, just what you need to give your relationship a lift. A teddy bear won't win her heart, and a box of chocolates seems like a cliche start. Here are romantic desserts for your sweetie, quick, affordable and most of all easy! Fire up your ovens, get your whisks ready because these recipes will make your Valentine's Day go smooth and steady. If you're single and can't find anyone true, don't worry because that's more dessert for you!

Nandi Musengwa is a senior at St. Petersburg High and a staff writer for tb-two*, the Times' high school weekly.

 
Comments
Enjoy Israeli Couscous, Swiss Chard and Peppers warm or at room temperature

Enjoy Israeli Couscous, Swiss Chard and Peppers warm or at room temperature

By Katie WorkmanIsraeli or Mediterranean couscous are tiny balls of toasted semolina pasta that plump up when cooked into toothsome, slightly less tiny balls of pasta. They make a great base for a side or salad. You can make the couscous according to...
Published: 06/22/18
Enjoy broccolini the Italian way: ‘dragged’

Enjoy broccolini the Italian way: ‘dragged’

By KATIE WORKMANOne of the amazing things about Italian food is that the best dishes are often so completely, refreshingly simple. Like, four-ingredient simple. (We don’t count olive oil and salt. Or water. Or air.) I love broccoli. I can roast brocc...
Updated one month ago
The classic Cobb salad lightens up

The classic Cobb salad lightens up

America’s Test KitchenStunning presentation aside, Cobb salad has all the markers of a powerhouse meal, including eggs, avocados, tomato, and lean chicken—we just had to do something about all that bacon and cheese. We were sad to sacrifice bacon’s s...
Updated one month ago