Thursday, February 14, 2008

Valentine's Date

Justin and I had such a memorable Valentine's this year. Instead of going out for dinner, we decided to make dinner at a cooking class! We signed up for a Valentine's lesson and meal at the T Spot.
The menu was fantastic and the experience a lot of fun. We broke into different groups for varioius appetizers, salad, main course and dessert. Justin and I volunteered for the main course and learned how to make a beautiful sauce for beef tenderloin.
It was exciting to be in a professional kitchen and seeing how different the scale and intensity is.After we'd done our cooking, we were able to enjoy it in a lovely dining room.

We had a beautiful table.

And the view was absolutely beautiful. I think one of the best I've enjoyed in this city.
And best of all, the company.

10 comments:

Thursday's Child said...

That's such an incredibly awesome idea!

I'll have to file that away and do that sometime.

Michelle (a.k.a. la vie en rose) said...

how fun is this!!!! what a great idea. i spent my v-day with poet/activist nikki giovanni...it was beyond fabulous...

Glen S. McDonald said...

Always were a romantic weren't you ...:) nice to hear it has not left you. my day was spent with my folks and treating them to a relaxing day after their doctors appt's. cheers to you J

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Marilyn said...

Although I loathe cooking, this looks very romantic. :)

Latharia said...

Oh, what a fun twist on things! Looks like you had an amazing time! :D

Melba said...

What a great night! I would love to try this. i will have to see if they offer this near me!
:)
XO,
Melba

chest of drawers said...

That´s a fantastic idea!

daisies said...

what a fantastic way to spend valentine's day ... so romantic looking and fun :) xo

Jana B said...

awwwww.... that is such an awesome idea!!!!! Maybe James & I will look into doing something like that next year.