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What to Eat for Galentine's Day

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So you're opting out of Valentine's Day. Be it because you're joyfully single or jadedly so, because you get a perverse joy from scampering right past those heart-shaped candies in the drugstore, or because you've had it up to here with pricey prix-fixes in packed restaurants, we get it. We've been there.

But must you opt out of everything -- the warm fuzzies, the indulgent dinner, the chocolate -- simply because you're snubbing the sappy cards and strewn rose petals? We think not.

Instead, we'll have a feast to celebrate Galentine's Day, pulling out all the stops with snacks and lobster and homemade truffles since galpals are worth it. Because this day only comes once a year, there might be a little brunch in your dinner -- go with it. There's also a whole soup of creamy roasted garlic -- thank goodness you don't have to kiss anyone! This year, it's about ladies celebrating ladies, so raise a toast and treat yourself.

Fig and Blue Cheese Tart with Honey, Balsamic, and Rosemary by dashandbella


Cheese Sables with Rosemary Salt by Anna May


Roasted Garlic Soup with Olive Croutons by linzarella


Lobster Diavolo by Merrill Stubbs


Pink Greens by Marissa Grace


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Earl Grey Vanilla Bean Truffles Two Ways by kangarhubarb


Hervé This' Chocolate Mousse by Genius Recipes


Shirley Temple Black by hardlikearmour


Tags: menu ideas, recipe roundup, girls' night, valentine's day, galentine's day

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