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A Family That Cooks Together, Stays Together

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Chefs Larry, Marc, and Bryan Forgione prepared a meal at De Gustibus Cooking School

Larry, Bryan, and Marc Forgione

The Forgiones are among the most distinguished families in the culinary world. On Monday evening Iron Chef Marc Forgione joined his brother Bryan (executive sous-chef of Society Café in Las Vegas) and father Larry (a culinary icon known for promoting local eating) in the kitchen.

The dinner, which was held at De Gustibus Cooking School, marks the first time the three Forgione men have come together as chefs. Marc reflected on the evening, "I was a little nervous at first to do the demo with my family. i mean who really wants other people to look in on "family time" (other than the kardashians) but once we got up there and going it felt awesome. some of the dishes i did, i havent tried in over 10 years and they were just as good as i remembered them. it was cool to show some respect to my dad......he deserves it."

Marc and Bryan designed the evening's menu as a tribute to their father's notable career, including asparagus in ambush parsley sauce and peanut BBQ shrimp. Marc made a version of his signature chicken under a brick, served with Black Pig Meat Co. bacon hash browns. For dessert the chefs riffed off on Larry's classic old-fashioned strawberry shortcake (a recipe he learned from James Beard).

Throughout the evening, the Forgione chefs talked about the ways that their culinary philosophies have influenced one another, and Marc and Bryan shared childhood memories of growing up in the kitchen with their father. Marc explained, "When I was around 17 years old, I was working at An American Place and Alfred Portale came in to dine. I had saved the hash browns I prepped from the day before thinking I was being resourceful and sent them out to Portale. I got screamed at like crazy - even had a pan thrown at me. I serve those hash browns with the Chicken Under a Brick dish at my restaurant now and often think of that story when I send them out on the floor."

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Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


Romantic Recipes for Couples

Gabrielle Quinonez Denton and Greg Denton, chef-owners of Ox restaurant, Portland, OR go all out on date night! One person is the chef, and the other takes a supporting role. It helps them not step on each other&aposs toes, literally and figuratively! If they can&apost agree, they each cook a dish, then decide which one wins. At home, they turn on some music, put on your slippers and open a bottle of wine, so making dinner doesn&apost feel like work!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Onions & Beets

The meal they love to make is Roasted Onions & Buttered Beets with Blue Cheese. This dish is inspired by a trip they took to Europe. They rented a cottage in a Provencal vineyard, picked up produce and cheese at a farmers&apos market, then roasted the onions in the fireplace, using grapevine clippings for firewood.

Crunchy walnuts contrast with the smooth roasted beets and creamy blue cheese.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Perfect Pair

Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, Chef-Owners of Arrows and McPerkins Cove restaurants, Ogunquit, ME would rather stay in watching the news and making a meal than go out! They like to see what looks good at the market and plan the meal from there. Shopping together and getting excited about the ingredients is half the fun. When they cook together they have two cutting boards and two sharp knives, so they don&apost end up competing for one tool. They recommend being mindful of sharing the kitchen space, but laugh about it when you both end up in the same corner!

Photography by Young + Hungry

Roasted Salmon

The meal they love to make is Roasted Salmon with Mom&aposs Sauce, String Beans and Pine Nuts. A few months into dating, Clark invited Mark to his parents&apos home for Memorial Day. His parents and him hit it off immediately, but he was horrified when he realized they were having salmon for dinner. There weren&apost many foods he disliked, but salmon was one of them. He planned to take small bites and wash them down quickly with red wine! But to his my surprise, Clark&aposs mom&aposs version was tender, flavorful and far from fishy. Mark knew this was the beginning of a good relationship!

A smoky and sweet mixture of brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce caramelizes as it roasts.

Photography by Young + Hungry

Three&aposs Company

Liz Pruiett and Chad Robertso, Chefs, Bakers and Co-Owners of Tartine and Bar Tartine, San Francisco, CA spend most of their "couple time" with their daughter, Archer, who is 5 years old, and loves to cook, too. But Chad and Liz will sometimes add a little something extra to their dishes that&aposs just for them -- like chiles, which they&aposll leave out of Archer&aposs dish, since she doesn&apost like spicy food. To keep home cooking as uncomplicated as possible so that you&aposll do it often they recommend building a meal around something you have on hand or from the market, like a great loaf of bread or delicious chicken.


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