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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.
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!
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.
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.
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?
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’.