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CNET News Video: What's for dinner? Well, what's your sign?

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CNET News Video: What's for dinner? Well, what's your sign?

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On Valentine's Day, nothing is more romantic than a home-cooked meal for your sweetheart. But if you're stumped on what to prepare, how about turning to the stars and an online game that creates menus based on the combination of your astrological signs. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the menu predictor from sister site Chow.

Hi, Everyone. I'm Kara Tsuboi joined by Leslie Anderson, Senior Editor of chow.com here to tell us about a really cool new online machine just in time for Valentine's day. Leslie, tell us a little about the Zodiac Valentine's Menu Guide. It's a game that we developed at Chow that helps you cook the perfect meal for your partner. Based on your astrological sign and their astrological sign. So how does that work. First, you find your sign. Now you find your partner's sign and there is your special zodiac valentine menu perfectly calibrated for both of you. And how did you ever developed these menus? Like how do we know it's accurate for an Aquarius or for a Pieces? I consulted an actual astrologist. He helped us identify what food would appeal to every single sign and why. Why don't you give us an example? The Taurus never met a calorie that he didn't like. How fun. Well have a great Valentine's Day and thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much. In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.

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