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Whether you love or loathe Valentine's Day - Lisa Harris shares her #6things that will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside on 14th February.

SACK THE WHOLE THING OFF and stay in with a good book. We love Naomi Wood’s, Mrs Hemingway: it’s a revolutionary new take on the four women who shaped Earnest Hemingway’s life – perfect weekend reading.
@NaomiWoodBooks

COOK A ROMANTIC MEAL at home with these special Valentine's Day recipes from chef Theo Randall. We can’t help but fall for his simple and impressive menu, with a deliciously rich panna cotta for pudding. Save the washing up for the day after!
@TheoRandall

GO APE at Russel Norman’s The Ape & Bird pub in Seven Dials. Blood pudding hash might be a bit full-on for your Valentine, but sharing a sweet Bannoffeebocker Glory is enough to make anyone fall in love.
@ApeandBird

GET SPOILT ROTTEN at Valentine Warner’s supper club at the luxurious Dewsall country house, Herefordshire. We’d love to work our way through the decadent four-course menu, and then retire to one of the gorgeous historic rooms until breakfast calls in the morning.
@ValentineWarner

IMMERSE OURSELVES in Future Cinema’s interactive showing of Who Framed Roger Rabbit at the Troxy theatre, east London. Who needs romance, when you’ve got a talking rabbit?
@futurecinema

MAKE IT QUICK with these fun six-second Valentine ideas. See how to make chocolate fondue in the microwave, use tin foil to create heart-shaped cupcakes, and learn how to make ‘breakfast in bread’.
@Tried_Tasted

 

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