A Creme de la Creme recipe for you to try:
Take one deliciously handsome young leading man-about-town in 1950s Hollywood. Robert Wagner: RJ to his many friends.
And one pretty as a picture child star, all grown up: Natalie Wood--teenage sensation, "Nat".
Stir gently, as they become something of an item around Tinseltown.
Be patient: Nat's mom doesn't approve. Add a few sprinkles of sugar to sweeten her up if needed.
Don't worry about lumps--it will turn out beautifully. Natalie will keep (working, that is), for she is one of Hollywood's busiest young stars.
When the mixture is smooth and creamy, turn into a springform pan, bake--et Voila!
On December 28, 1957 in Scottsdale, Arizona--Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner become husband and wife:
The bride wears a fashion-forward hooded ensemble, edged in exquisite scalloped lace, and a ballerina length balloon hemmed skirt: very chic; very different.
The groom is impeccable, as always, with a sprig of lily of the valley on his lapel.
Ladies and gentlemen, our cooking lesson is a splendiferous success!
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!