I heart you.
That’s not a flirty text, minus its emoji.
In these days of pandemic pods and takeout sustenance, it’s an increasingly popular way to show your love on Valentine’s Day — not by just saying it, but by delivering the goods in the form of delicious heart-shaped foods.
Heart-shaped chocolates have been around nearly as long as chocolate itself, and heart-shaped pizzas became a thing about 10 years ago. But in the age of Instagram, this holiday season has us seeing hearts in the form of charcuterie boards, lobster ravioli, apple cider doughnuts and much more.
Read on for 10 ways your love can take shape — maybe even take the shape of dinner — this Valentine’s Day. In most cases, it’s wise to order ahead.
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