This Valentine's Day, not just the standard flowers and chocolates. Instead, get your sweetheart something that you can enjoy together. From ravioli-making kits to date-night games, here are 10 couple's gifts that you both love.
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Urban Cheesecraft's cheese-making kit wants to fix up to 30 different kinds of cheeses-mozzarella, ricotta, paneer, queso blanco, and chevre-all with easy-to-follow instructions that take just an hour.
Get it at The Grommet for $ 55.
You just need is milk (either fresh or store-bought) and a little effort, and you and yours can not eat it For an at-home date that rivals your favorite Italian joint, try out Repast Supply Co.'s easy ravioli-making kit. Repast provides all the necessary tools to get you started, including a special ravioli rolling pin, a ravioli cutter, olive oil, and semolina flour. Pasta night has never been so romantic.
Get it at The Grommet for $ 1
Get the gift that keeps it on: a cured meat subscription. The Olympia Provisions Salami of the Month Club sends out a new variety of sausages each month along with information about where each and every one of them gets married enjoy. [If you do not fit your fancy, we recommend the Pickle of the Month Club.]
Get it at Food52 for $ 160 for 12 months.
Marital Bliss card game is for couples of all kinds. Pamper eachother while earning points. The game is designed to inspire a full week of romantic gestures between two partners, sending both players on "secret missions" to carry groceries, cook dinner, and otherwise pamper each other while earning points. Outing-but really, everybody's wins.
Get it at UncommonGoods for $ 15.
If you're tired of your Valentine's Day partner, try these lamps designed for long-distance pairs. Whenever the other is touched, so you can wordlessly let one loved one know that you two of you.
Get them at UncommonGoods for $ 85 each.
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at The New York Times Store for $ 150.
Skip the steakhouse and cook up for a romantic dinner for two at a Valentine's special from Omaha Steaks that includes everything you need to turn your kitchen into a fancy restaurant at a fraction of the price. This decadent surf 'n' dinner is specifically designed with a date in mind, and comes with a pair of free lab-made-diamond accent earrings-as if filet mignon and two chocolate lava cakes were not romantic enough. Omaha Steaks's other options for non-holiday feasts here.)
Get it at Omaha Steaks for $ 70 ($ 35 a person).  Homemade sourdough bread is all over Instagram these days, but whipping up a loaf yourself is not easy. King Arthur Flour's baking school. The trek to King Arthur's locations in Vermont and Washington may well be a splurge, but for many amateur bakers, it's worth it for the expert tutelage. Intensive workshops on bready topics like sourdough, whole grain, and pastry typically run between three and five days and cost between $ 375 and $ 700, depending on length and skill level.
Sign up at King Arthur Flour.
Just because cooking is not your thing does not mean you and your partner can not enjoy making something together. Show off your creative side at a boozy art class, where you can learn how to paint in a low-key environment, usually with a little wine to loosen up your paintbrush.
There are plenty of local, it's a great way to get creative with your friends.
There are plenty of local Wine and Design, which offers classes at 82 locations throughout the country.
Wine & Design for locations, dates, and pricing. Prices vary by location.
If your main squeeze is a wine snob or a wine lover, a Wine Down Box subscription is the perfect treat. California wine, a cheese, a charcuterie pick, and crackers, with a sheet of it is said to be ideal pairings for those specific items. Get it from Wine Down Box for $ 70 per month or $ 63 per month for 12 months. Shipping is included.