When is food more than food? When it comes in fun shapes! American culture doesn't exactly put the greatest emphasis on presentation - except in magazines telling you how to get your kids to eat healthy food - but it sure adds a special touch.
This year we celebrated Valentine's Day by eating at home. We had heart-shaped egg sandwiches for breakfast, heart-shaped pizza for lunch, and spaghetti and meatballs for dinner - comfort food all the way! And it really was food from the heart. The bread and cheese were homemade, and the eggs, bacon and beef came from local farms. We topped it off with a box of out-of-this-world artisan chocolates from Farmstead. Now that's love.