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10 Recipes You Can Take Your Eyes Off of (So You Can Gaze into Someone Else's Eyes)

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Sweaty palms. Weak knees. Loss of speech. The symptoms are all there, my friend; you're in L-O-V-E.

It may be hard for you to think about anything else amidst this infatuation—you may find your day to day tasks to be consistently interrupted by thoughts of your beloved's whereabouts and your daydreams suddenly flooded with hazy memories of your last heart-fluttering interaction. When you do see them again, it will probably be equally difficult to look away. But eventually you (and most likely the other person too) will get hungry.

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Here are 10 impressive-enough-for-date-night recipes so easy to make you barely have to break that loving gaze to stir the pot:

One Pot Kale and Quinoa Pilaf
One Pot Kale and Quinoa Pilaf
Maria Speck's Shortcut Polenta
Maria Speck's Shortcut Polenta
Tahini Roasted Broccoli
Tahini Roasted Broccoli
Blackbird's Bread
Blackbird's Bread
Martha Stewart's One-Pan Pasta
Martha Stewart's One-Pan Pasta
Louisa's Cake
Louisa's Cake
Jamie Oliver's Chicken in Milk
Jamie Oliver's Chicken in Milk
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pears and Pistachios
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pears and Pistachios
Margaret Fox's Amazon Chocolate Cake
Margaret Fox's Amazon Chocolate Cake
Sally Schneider's Slow-Roasted Salmon (or Other Fish)
Sally Schneider's Slow-Roasted Salmon (or Other Fish)

What are your easy but impressive recipes? Share the love in the comments!

Tags: Round up, Easy, Valentine's Day