What's your go-to meal for a romantic dinner at home, after the kids are asleep?

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Wow! You guys are amazing!! Reading these answers puts me to shame. After my kids are put, or wrestled rather, to sleep, the only thing my husband and I have the energy to do is.....drink. Wine and cheese is our go to. Its easy, and romantic with the lights dim watching a movie (or being honest, The Bachelor, American Idol, football) and transitions great to the next part of the night...

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If my husband requests steak, I make a Spinach & Steak Salad with Orange Vinaigrette & pop open a btl of red wine - http://www.idontgotothegym.com/2013/03/steak-spinach-salad-with-orange.html

Crab cakes are also a go-to date night recipe of mine! - http://www.idontgotothegym.com/2012/12/the-perfect-crab-cake.html

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Take-out! :-) No cooking, no mess to clean-up, and no baby-sitter required!

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Who is thinking about a meal if there's time for romance after the kids go to bed? ;)

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Does a glass of wine count as "dinner"?

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I like you.

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We both love Thai-style curries and the spices make you feel great! We throw in a lot of veggies and add extra kaffir leaf, hold the fish sauce (ewww...).

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When our kids were little, our favorite romantic dinner was Flounder Meunière. While it sounds fancy and complicated, it is actually quite easy. The result is an elegant, fresh dish. Add a simple, delicious salad and a crisp bottle of white wine and you are all set for some enjoyable alone time!

http://www.welike2cook.com/2010/12/flounder-meuniere.html

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A simple roast chicken and a green salad with a citrus vinaigrette followed by dark chocolate pots de creme. Each dish requires very little work, but is delicious and smells fantastic. Perfect for putting you in the mood for romance.

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I'm married to an Italian so our go-to meal is always Italian! My hubby whips up a mean lasagna that I have dubbed "Lasagna Pontilicious". The twist on this old-time favorite is the addition of cheddar cheese, which gives it a nice bite. Perfect with a glass of wine and roses!

http://mommifried.com/lasagna-pontilicious-recipe/

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I dont know about 'romantic meal' but me and my OH both enjoy lasagne, chips, garlic bread and abit of side salad. Its my favourite so its always nice to enjoy it with no little hands reaching into it ;) walkingtalkingpollypocket.blogspot.com - the little lady with a baby!

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