Romance Me Through My Stomach

I'm sure I've mentioned before, but DH is an amazing cook. When we were dating he used to woo me by making me fabulous dinners. He still does it after 16 years of marriage, making something special when it's just the two of us. Last night he made me poached salmon over a bed of an Asian-inspired cole slaw made with cabbage, bean sprouts, onions, sunflower seeds, toasted sesame oil, rice wine vinegar and I don't know what else. It was really delicious. Here's DH in the kitchen, just where I like him!

Here's our fabulous dinner! I know it's not the most exciting colors, but it was out of this world!

And our date night simple table setting:

I tell him he can keep feeding me fabulous food forever! I'd love to share the recipe, but he does everything in his head and barely tells me what's in it. I think he forgets what he did.


Andrea said…
Hi Heather!! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and commenting! My hubby likes to cook for me! I love it too! I hope you don't mind me following along your journey! I love finding new blogs to read. Hope the rest of your week is great! Take care! Andrea
ModernMom said…
Oh so sweet! Date night is so important and having a hubby that cooks! Score:)
Your DH cooks like I do - D will say, "that was delicious" and I can't remember what I put in or the quantities... (it's worse now, post-babies)
Deanna said…
Yum, that sounds wonderful! We don't cook a whole lot in our house, and if J cooks, it is probably Hamburger Helper! : )
strongblonde said…
yum! i love food. i think that anyone could win me over if the meal was right!!

looks awesome!

(and love the new look....been awhile since i've clicked out of reader or off my phone! very springy!)
Queenie. . . said…
Date night....sooooooo jealous!!! We STILL don't have a sitter.

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