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Valentine’s Day – A Celebration With A Taste Of Love

Valentine’s Day – A Celebration With A Taste Of Love

Valentine’s Day, also known as the Day of Love and Friendship, is a celebration held on February 14 in honor of Saint Valentine. It is said that he was a priest who was martyred for performing marriages between Roman soldiers and Christian women.

In the United States, this date is one of the most significant in terms of consumption, as people spend millions of dollars on gifts, flowers, chocolates, and romantic dinners. Food plays a crucial role in the celebration of Valentine’s Day in the United States. Popular dishes include chocolates, cakes, cookies, and heart-shaped desserts. Romantic dinners in restaurants are also common, featuring dishes such as steaks, seafood, and poultry.

A Recipe For Valentine’s Day: Chocolate Hearts


• 1 cup of melted dark chocolate

• 1/2 cup of heavy cream

• 1/4 cup of granulated sugar

• 1/4 cup of chopped nuts (optional)


1. In a bowl, combine melted dark chocolate, heavy cream, and granulated sugar.

2. Beat until the ingredients are well combined.

3. Add chopped nuts if desired.

4. Pour the mixture into heart-shaped molds.

5. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.

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6. Unmold and enjoy.


• For a more intense flavor, use dark chocolate.

• If you want the hearts to be firmer, refrigerate overnight.

• You can decorate the hearts with icing, colorful sprinkles, or fresh fruits.

BY: Jose Eliseo Guzman B. – Professional In Gastronomy

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