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Six ways to spread romance through food this V-Day

Love is complex, it is multifaceted. But it can be the easiest emotion to convey too. Love can be conveyed through sharing a piece of someone's favourite chocolate, giving up the last slice of pizza, learning a new recipe for your beloved, making an extra cup of coffee...Expressing love through food is a wonderful and heartfelt way to connect with someone special.

This Valentine's Day, create an experience that reflects your connection and love for each other through food.

Here are some ideas for incorporating love into your meals:

Breakfast in bed

Surprise your loved one with their favourite morning treats and beverages. Brew a perfect cup of coffee or steep their favourite tea and serve it along with a sumptuous breakfast, a bowl of cut fruits and a loving note.

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Notes from heart

Drop little declarations of love everywhere. Serve it with a cookie, stick it on a pack of chocolate, edible markers or creative sauces to write love notes or draw cute designs on plates or directly on food items. Customized food messages can work wonders in lifting one's mood.

Surprise lunch delivery

Arrange for a surprise lunch delivery to your partner's workplace, featuring their favourite dishes, of course, with a note declaring your love.

Heart-to-heart over coffee

Set aside time for your loved one. Have a heartfelt conversation over coffee in the evening. Strengthen your bond by spending quality time together.

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Indoor picnic

Pack a picnic basket with your loved one's favourite snacks and have a cosy indoor picnic with candles and soft music.

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Love poison

Make their favourite cocktail/mocktail and decorate it with fruit slices cut in the shape of heart, edible glitter and maraschino cherries.

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