So, I recently moved out of my home with my daughter because of problems with her dad, who is a fine dining chef... we just weren't getting along. There is still love there, and we are trying to work things out, so i want to prepare dinner for him that is more along the lines of what he creates every day in his kitchen. He's had extensive training and experience in Michelin rated restaurants in New York, and he is very passionate about the work he does. I want to do this to show that I take an interest in him. I understand I might be in over my head (I only have about 2 days to prepare at this point). I had originally enlisted the help of a chef friend a few weeks ago, but I've been having trouble getting in contact with him the last few days, and I really don't want to have to back out and cancel my plan to cook him a nice dinner. Are there any fine dining chefs on this forum who can help me come up with a fairly easy recipe (for a person with no fine dining experience) that I would be able to recreate? I want to come up with a salad, an entree, and a dessert. Keeping it pretty basic. I'm not trying to have 6-8 courses and overwhelm myself... I'm sure the 3 will be more than enough for me to handle as it is. I just don't know much about pairings and flavor profiles and palettes... and plating. I can make good down home southern food like my grandma any day of the week, but fine dining is a whole different animal entirely lol. Thanks in advance for any help yall can give me! And whatever I end up making, I'll update yall on how it turned out!