Cooking is our love language.
They say the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach and we couldn’t agree more. In our opinion, there’s no better way to spend a holiday than cooking for and with those you love. From preparation to presentation, the right tools will help you chop with ease, sauté with confidence and create a feast for all of your senses.
Not sure where to start? Scroll down for some of our top picks for a romantic night in – for friends, for lovers and maybe even just for you. We think St. Valentine would approve.
A Sharp Knife + Sturdy Cutting Board
Maybe they forget to get you a present. Maybe your situationship didn’t work out and Valentine’s has turned into Galentine’s again this year. Get your frustration out on the cutting board and move on with the rest of your night.
The Coated Pan
A pan that can take the heat, no matter how steamy your kitchen gets. This pan can go from browning on the stove top to roasting and warming in the oven with ease. Even better? The long-lasting, non-stick coating means easy cooking and easy clean-up.
The Open Bowl
You put in the work. You chopped. You sautéed. Don’t drop the ball when it comes to presentation…even if you end up with take-out. After all, we eat with our eyes first. Keep things light with The Open Bowl in Dune or make the colors of your dish pop against the inky richness of Grotto. Valentine’s is not the night to eat out of plastic take-out containers.
The Table Knives
Cut through the tension – whatever kind is at your table. These knives glide through any dish, so you can focus on the conversation, not cutting your steak.