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Romantic Valentine's dinner simplified from Madison and Rayne

Madison and Rayne, Valentine's dinner at home
Madison and Rayne, Valentine's dinner at home
Madison and Rayne

Valentine's Day is quickly approaching. For many couples, a romantic dinner out is a perfect evening. But if you can't make it out to your favorite restaurant, a candlelit dinner at home can a lovely romantic interlude. With a little help from Madison and Rayne, the food will taste as good as any four star restaurant.

Madison and Rayne simplifies the cooking experience. With quality ingredients delivered to your door, any home cook can create a beautiful, artisan dinner in his own kitchen.

"Think about having a personal shopper, personal assistant, and personal delivery all rolled into one," says Melanie Mityas, founder and partner. There's minimal prep and minimal clean-up time, meaning your valuable time is better spent cooking and enjoying dinner. All ingredients and a detailed recipe card are provided - you just need to have basic kitchen tools, and olive oil and seasoning on hand. Josh sources high-quality meats, vegetables and grains from local farms. Madison and Rayne maintains a strong focus on organic and sustainable products and meals are inspired by seasonal produce.

For Valentine's Day, Madison & Rayne has a beautiful 3-course artisan dinner planned. Order by Saturday, February 8 and get ready for a special home-made meal, perfect for foodies, that's prepped by Chef Josh Jones and cooked at home by you. The cost is $28 per person inclusive. The Valentine's menu will be delivered on Tuesday, February 11. Delivery is complimentary. Visit for details.

The menu includes:

- 1st course: roasted chestnut soup, pickled shallots, black truffle oil

- 2nd course: ricotta gnudi, braised Amish chicken, Shishito peppers, preserved lemon

- 3rd course: flourless chocolate cake, fig jam

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