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Old 11-16-2004, 03:54 PM   #21
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Thanks for having faith in men's attention paying abilities! Not sure it's well placed but thanks all the same :D lol
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thanks ya'll for some great ideas :)
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Old 11-16-2004, 04:25 PM   #23
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If I were to prepare a romantic meal for my girlfriend, it would have to be surf and turf, (her fave candle lit dinner).
She prefers a medium rare Delmonico instead of the Fillet and I always remove the tail and claw meat from the shells before plating. (easier to eat neatly). Then dessert would be super easy, she loves Hagen Daaz coconut pineapple ice cream. (me too)
Of course Travis Tritt, "Drift off to Dreams" would be playing after dessert
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Old 11-16-2004, 04:37 PM   #24
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well,my idea of a romantic meal is def steak...nice juicy beef steak with buttery mashed potatoes,celery,bell peppers,onions,peas and carrots cooked in a little olive oil,salt,pepper...a little cream salad with lots of olives and sausages,and something of chocolate 4 dessert,like deep dark chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and a little whipped cream....let me tell u,this meal can do wonders,if u know what i mean... :)
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well,my idea of a romantic meal is def steak...nice juicy beef steak with buttery mashed potatoes,celery,bell peppers,onions,peas and carrots cooked in a little olive oil,salt,pepper...a little cream salad with lots of olives and sausages,and something of chocolate 4 dessert,like deep dark chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and a little whipped cream....let me tell u,this meal can do wonders,if u know what i mean... :)
cute avatar sarah!

and you're meal sounds fantastic to me..

I can't wait for a romantic meal consisting of a beef roast, yorkshire pudding, good bread, a nice salad and some red wine... hopefully Merlot.
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Old 11-16-2004, 05:11 PM   #26
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Penne with Vodka Sauce.

Filet Mignon.
Hand torn salad.

Fried Oysters on a soft roll with a lemony sauce.

I would say don't eat too much if you want to get romantic, and thats all I'm saying about that.
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Old 11-16-2004, 05:18 PM   #27
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I can't wait for a romantic meal consisting of a beef roast, Yorkshire pudding, good bread, a nice salad and some red wine... hopefully Merlot.
You forgot the soft caress of candle light and ripe red strawberries for desert :)
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I hope you have some melted chocolate for those strawberries!
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Old 11-16-2004, 05:23 PM   #29
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Mmmmmmmm yum! For sure! :)
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