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ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide
Courtesy of ChefSteps
If you're committing to cooking a Valentine's Day dinner, consider getting a sous vide beforehand to test and use the night of (and after!). The best part about a sous vide (besides how easy it is to use) is that when you're having a romantic evening, you can just set it and forget it instead of being active in the kitchen the whole time. What we love about the Joule is its size (smaller than most other sous vide) and that you can control and monitor your food on your phone the whole time, instead of getting up to check every couple of minutes!
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A Bouquet of Flowers
Courtesy of UrbanStems
You can't really do Valentine's Day without flowers. Besides acting as a romantic gesture (although no shame if you buy them for yourself!), they round out your at-home dinner tablescape.
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Food52 x Dansk Generations Bakeware
Courtesy of Food52
The importance of aesthetically pleasing oven-to-table bakeware is often undervalued, in our opinion. The ease of taking something directly out of the oven and only having to transport it to your table (without transferring it to another vessel for presentation) truly makes a difference in timing and gives you one less thing to clean up.
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A Delicious Bottle of Wine
Courtesy of Kim Crawford
Pair your yummy home-cooked Valentine's Day dinner with a favorite bottle of wine (we love this Kim Crawford rosГ©)-and maybe grab a second bottle so you have some dinner-cooking fuel.
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Morgan Lane Serena Cami and Esti Shorts
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When dinner devolves slowly into an inevitable migration towards the couch for watching a movie or binging a favorite show, slip into something that's actually more comfortable (but also a little sexy!).
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Cannoli See Myself With You Valentine's Day Card
Courtesy of Urban Outfitters
If you're not a fan of serious or overly saccharine cards, you're in luck-you can't throw a stone and not hit an adorable pun-based illustrated card these days.
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H&M Washed Linen Tablecloth in Dusty Rose
Photo Courtesy of H&M
Since pink and red are the Valentine's palette we know and love, try dressing your table up with a tablecloth that's a couple of steps back from a printed heart pattern and get something you can use year-round that still feels Valentine's Day dinner appropriate, like this linen dusty rose.
SHOP NOW: H&M, $6008 of 12
Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK Stereo Turntable
Courtesy of Audio-Technia
Play some tunes on your turntable if you're a record couple (just seems more fun than a playlist!). If that's not your scene, pull out your bluetooth speaker. Either way-music is a must.
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Otherland Black Velvet Candle
Courtesy of Otherland
What's a romantic evening without some old-fashioned candlelight? Nothing kills the mood faster than overhead lights that are way too bright, so turn on some soft lighting and light some candles (regular tapers for dinner, and a yummy scented one like this for post-dinner drinks and eventual couch time).
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Porcelain Paper Plates
Courtesy of Food52
These may look like your standard paper plates, but they're actually porcelain (gasp!). Although the temptation to use actual paper plates so you have less of a mess to clean up after dinner may be STRONG, we promise you'll regret not treating your romantic Valentine's Day dinner with the TLC it deserves if you use disposable plates.
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The Coziest Blanket, Ever
Courtesy of ChunkyWoolStudio
After a couple glasses of wine, a delicious meal, and a comfy couch, you'll be ready to get as cozy as possible-which is where this very chunky knit blanket comes in. Hope your S.O. doesn't run hot!
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Meater Meat Thermometer
This pretty amazing meat thermometer is pretty exciting stuff in the cooking and grilling world. Cordless and wifi/bluetooth compatible so you can control it and keep an eye on it from your phone (you know, so you don't have to worry about checking it when you should be relaxing and drinking wine with your SO), we're totally into this new kitchen tool.
SHOP NOW: Amazon, $99