Happy Valentine's Month! With the release of the film Fifty Shades Darker inching closer and closer, here's a menu fit for a Fifty Shades-inspired Valentine's Day dinner. We promise these recipes are so good, your inner goddess will jump up and down after just one bite.
Christian likes to have fancy sushi platters during his business meetings. They're mostly for looks, though, so don't worry too much about how they taste.
You know what makes oysters even more fun? Vodka! These fresh oyster shooters are a great appetizer to serve before the main course.
Like the blueberry pancakes Ana likes to make Christian for breakfast, these buckwheat blinis topped with caviar and salmon are sure to impress your Valentine.
On Ana and Christian’s first date, they have a black cod entrée with asparagus and potatoes. This buttery pan-fried version is flavored with citrus and basil, and will make a perfect main course for your Fifty Shades dinner menu.
When Ana meets Christian’s family for the first time, they have scallops for dinner. We can't think of a better home-cooked dish than a creamy scallop risotto with a bed of spinach on the side.
We learn that Christian's drink of choice is a gin and tonic made with Hendrick's. While we love a classic cocktail, this twist on the G&T is a welcome addition to any dinner menu.
Make room for dessert, because like Christian's voice, we found a layer cake recipe that's "warm...like dark melted chocolate fudge". YUM.
Do you have any ideas for a Fifty Shades-inspired dinner menu? Tell us in the comments below.