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Diet Desires Newsletter Happy Valentine's Day, Darlings!
To regain a bit of sanity and balance I find it useful to think every day of something to be grateful for. Those we love would come at the top of this list. For me, gratitude and love fused into food. I've put together four special recipes for you below. Plus, you'll see three short musings on love at Valentine’s Day that keep me going.
Without any order we can name health, a place to live, work, a purpose – the list goes on. Then the little thing: nature, music, a good book or movie and ZOOM! The list goes on.
What to Eat on Valentine’s Day from Diet Desires
Aphrodisiac Salad with pomegranate, garlic, watermelon, chilis, cacao nibs, almonds that improve romance, libido, and energy level. Make your loved one fall for this romantic salad by choosing natural aphrodisiacs to improve good feelings or more…The recipe includes rockets, pomegranate, garlic, watermelon, chilis, cacao nibs, almonds. All ingredients improve the libido and energy level!
A stunning recipe for Balsamic-Glazed Roast Duck! The secret is the shiny, deep red glaze and the timing. Perfect to win the heart of your guest(s)…Serve with roasted veggies baked in the same pan, and orange sauce. It’s easier than you think. This Roast Duck is juicy and tender. Its skin is crispy when brushed with the balsamic glaze. It's no more difficult than roast chicken, perfect for a special occasion or as a holiday dish.
Fresh or frozen fruit and cream mixed with dark chocolate creates very aromatic raspberry truffles in this recipe. These little jewels are so easy to roll and dip into chocolate. Top them with freeze-dried raspberries to steal the show. And by swapping cream with coconut cream you can end up with a vegan version!
Somlói Galuska (Hungarian Sponge Cake) has rum-soaked layers of custard, apricot jam, walnuts, raisins and chocolate sauce. Iconic hit! Somló cake could be called the Hungarian Tiramisu. Except richer and more heavenly complex flavors. A bit of work, but easy to make ahead: rum-soaked layers of soft sponge cake, custard cream, apricot jam, ground walnut, raisins topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. The iconic Hungarian dessert was first presented and admired at the World's Fair in 1958 in Brussels.