Preparing you for the sweet holiday ahead.
I’m not much of an iced cookie baker, but if I were, I would definitely make these cute piano valentine cookies for my students!
A Valentine’s Playlist on Spotify full of all kinds of good love songs for you to enjoy for the next few weeks.
I just purchased some fun little Valentine Fortune Tellers from Lauren Lewandowski to give to my students the week of Valentine’s along with their Valentine card/treat. (She has two sets: Set 1 & Set 2).
Pictured above next to student valentines, is the free candy jar contest printable available here on Piano Pantry.
Do you have students who like to color? Get them listening to classical music with Playful Piano’s Shades of Sound: Listening & Coloring Book for Valentine’s Day.
Alert: personal Valentine’s memory
My husband made this photo for me when we were first married (some 18 years ago!) when he was big into photography. He’s still a bit of a pyro but always with safety first.
Although I love to cook, Valentine’s Day is a holiday I declare a break and a night out at a delicious restaurant. If I WERE to cook for that night though, here are some things I might put on my menu (notice the heavyweight on desserts! Ha!):
Chicken with Herbed Goat Cheese (Ina Garten)
Butter-Roasted Radishes (Add a Pinch)
Apple Gorgonzola Salad with Italian Vinaigrette (Kelsies Kitchen)
Balsamic Strawberries with Ricotta Cream (Ellie Krieger)
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie (Ree Drummond)
Frozen Berries with Hot White Chocolate (Ina Garten)
Mixed Berry Pavlova (Ina Garten)
Have a great weekend, everyone!