I guess I may be the only woman alive who doesn’t care about Valentine’s Day? Maybe I should care more, but I just don’t. Hubby and I don’t really do Valentine’s Day anymore.
Because *we* show our love to each other all. year. long.
And twice on Sundays. Bow chicka wow wow!
[Eeeeeerrrrrrmmmmmyyyyyygersh, did I just say that?!?! Oh, I kid. Just running my mouth, folks, just running my mouth.]
But seriously, I *did* get a kick out of seeing all the youngsters in my Facebook feed post pictures of the teddy bears their boyfriends got them.
And some of them were not even youngsters.
Which is a little disturbing to me.
Because why does anyone over the age of five need a teddy bear anyway? I don’t get it. Help me to understand.
And who’s bright idea was it anyway to attach some cheesy mylar balloons to a beautiful bouquet of roses, huh?
I mean, TAKE A RIDE ON THE TACKY BUS!!!!
If I sound like I am making fun of people, yes. I’m in one of *those* moods.
So before I offend my entire readership of eleven people with my radical anti-Valentine speech, here is the long, lost Valentine’s recipe I was going to post before life happened.
Here are my notes:
-The coulis really makes this pop. (And if you’d rather just say strawberry sauce, it’s fine by me.) But it’s really easy and you should make it.
-You can substitute 8 ounces cream cheese for the mascarpone.
-You could actually increase the Nutella too, for a more intense chocolate flavor.
PS. Just for the record, hubby has gotten me roses and Valentines stuff many times before. Roses with mylar balloons attached. And I am sure at the time I thought they were the most gorgeous balloons and roses ever.
Nutella-Mascarpone Mousse with Strawberry Coulis