Celebrate Valentine’s Day the Cooking Channel way — with delicious recipes for a romantic dinner, over-the-top chocolate desserts, little-known aphrodisiacs, homemade chocolate-covered strawberries and inspiration from Cooking Channel’s star couples.
Few things say "I love you" like a freshly baked cake. Give your partner an edible sign of your affection by making one of our indulgent cake recipes.
Cook a cozy Valentine’s Day dinner for two – and avoid the restaurant rush – with some of our most romantic recipes.
Classy Ladies Alie & Georgia show you how to prepare a clever cocktail modeled after our favorite red cake.
If baking is the way to your significant other’s heart, these chocolate chip cookies are the ticket to a marriage proposal.
On Chrissy Teigen's Hungry, the swimsuit model and culinary school grad plans the menu for her wedding to John Legend – and continues her ongoing love affair with food.
Get your chocolate fix with our most decadent cocoa desserts, from cookies and cakes to soufflés and truffles.
Can’t stand all the hearts and roses, or feeling down on love? Host a girls' night in, complete with poker chips and tasty eats.
Mark Bittman proves that making ultra-luxurious chocolate-covered strawberries is a simple task.
Take culinary and romantic cues from Extra Virgin’s crazy-in-love couple and cook an Italian feast for two.
Bored with the oysters-and-caviar routine? This Valentine’s Day, try fresh, new recipes that will get you jazzed.
Forget chocolate and embrace its cocoa-spiked cousin, a cake that color-coordinates with the holiday.
Skip store-bought chocolates (and start the party) with these boozy fudge and date balls – oh-so-pretty all wrapped in red.
What's more romantic than a surprise breakfast in bed? Heart-shaped pancakes with strawberry sauce, of course.