Ideas on a Dinner Date?  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
3114 posts
8/29/2005 3:03 pm

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Ideas on a Dinner Date?


Well I am not sure which night yet but I am cooking dinner for our second date…

I can not for the life of me figure out what I should cook though…

What do you think are some good casual foods?

I have worked with chefs since I was 13 while doing community service work with disabled children so I learned a lot.

I know she loves ribs but they don’t require a lot of effort really, just throw them in the slow cooker for 10 to 12 hours and make them tender enough to fall apart on the fork or fall off the bone.

I was thinking maybe chicken cordon blou but that can be a pain sometimes.

Whatever it is it has to be something that requires a little effort at least and yet not to much that it won’t be done on time. I know she loves to cook as well so if I am not careful she will offer to help and that defeats the purpose. Cooking together can be a lot of fun but not in the initial parts…

If you were me, what would you consider cooking?

She isn’t fussy at all…

The only things that we hate are seafood and spicy foods…

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LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
8/31/2005 12:18 pm

Indeed a good idea owl...

That seems very simple and almost to simple but I think people forget how complicated even the simpliest thing can be if you are actually making it from scratch...


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
8/31/2005 12:16 pm

It is one of my favorite foods as well as hers TX...

I do not know how people can mess them up, I think it is because they get impatient and do not allow them to marinate and cook for long enough?


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
8/31/2005 12:15 pm

I hand't thought of that Kon...

It is indeed a good idea though...


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
8/31/2005 12:15 pm

I like that idea Loose...


Owlwatcher 40M

8/30/2005 5:44 am

I have it. Worked like a charm for me once. Spaghetti. But not the crap you get out of a jar at the grocery store. No. You need to make the sauce from scratch. My mother's side is Italian, and I have grown up eating home made spaghetti sauce and now cannot tolerate Prego, etc.
The beauty of the homemade sacuce is it takes 4-5 hours to cook. It is very easy to mix the ingredients in a pot, but the simmer time is where the effort comes in. You have to check it periodically so as to prevent the sauce from forming a crust. If she's coming over to your place, time it so you've got about 30 minutes until the sauce is ready, so she can smell it cooking and see you finishing up. Any pasta will do out of a box, since it is the sauce that makes this meal. Top it off with garlic bread going into the oven just after she arrives, and you're golden. The aromas from the kitchen are excellent. Add meatballs or Italian sausage to the pot if you'd like and let them cook along with it. Tossed salad on the side as an appetizer, and you've got a restaurant quality dinner that took no real work to make, but took a good time commitment on your part.
But you'll have to find a sauce recipe. I can't find mine, and my Ma just sends frozen sauce with me when I visit. All I can tell you is it should contain tomato sauce, tomato paste, garlic and salt in various quantities.


konkali 40F

8/29/2005 3:57 pm

Did you consider adding some kind of fruit appetizer? Or perhaps something period, as you have good insight into auld'n days food? As nice as ribs are, I find it fun to make something with a pretty presentation, and it seems more asian foods allow for the color and the ooh! how pretty! Let's eat it and enjoy factor..


Loosetooth 41M
1146 posts
8/29/2005 3:35 pm

I reckon cook food which is tactile requires the use of hands and is a little messy. This heightens the sensuality (using fingers to put food in mouth, finger licking, etc) of the situation and is a great ice-breaker (i.e. getting messy food everywhere is funny and if you can get a laugh....). It should be a little out of the ordinary, to make it special, but not ostentatious. I always go with mussels but you hate seafood. What you got left? Ribs or something else. Sorry man, best I can do.


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