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February 2003 Issue
What is "Romantic Food"?
by Ronda L. Halpin
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February brings with it a holiday that asks us to be romantic during a month otherwise marked by cold weather and a lot of "ho-hum" moments. It asks to be creative when planning menus or reserving restaurant space. So ... we'd like to know what kind of food qualifies as romantic to you. Is it an elegant meal with lots of glitz? Is it a sentimental menu that makes you think of good times? Or is it anything that's prepared with love? Share your answers here.

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