February 13, 2014
Love in the Kitchen
Two SS heroines, Camille Styles & Sarah Britton, give us their ultimate V-Day recipes
Buttermilk Pancakes by Camille Styles
“Breakfast is really the sexiest meal of Valentine’s Day (or perhaps, for the morning-after?) For me, this is a day when healthy eating resolutions go out the window and I treat my sweetheart to all the bread, cheese, wine, chocolate and pancakes our hearts desire.”
Best dish to eat when in love: Chocolate soufflé (shared, of course) and a bottle of champagne
Best dish to eat with a broken heart: Green smoothies and kale-packed salads = glowing skin and a great body.There’s no better incentive to stop wallowing and get out there?
Heart Beet Rawvioli by Sarah Britton
“This dish is very sentimental for me, as I made it for my husband after a bad hang-gliding accident where he broke both of his arms (he’s okay now!). Although I am NOT a total sap, I did make the raw ravioli in heart shapes for Valentine’s Day. I really love this dish—it’s savory and rich without making me feel like I’ve just downed a plate of pasta (because I haven’t!).”
Best dish to eat when in love: I can’t eat when I’m in love! It’s how I know it’s the real deal 😉 BUT if I had to choose, I’d say peaches. They taste like kissing.
Best dish to eat with a broken heart: Ugh, ice cream sundaes. Especially the raw vegan Mint Chip Sundae from Pure Food and Wine. It will cure anything.
Lead image from How We Met: Matt & Marthe What’s your heartbreak go-to? Comment below or e-mail me, firstname.lastname@example.org!