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IMG_1191.JPG Wow, that's a big cookie.

For Valentine's Day, Bittersweet Pastry Shop, 1114 W. Belmont, is baking up giant fortune cookies (above) for $6 a piece. How giant? "About the size of a small woman's fist," says publicist Jamie Hannah. You choose the words that go inside. Order 48 hours in advance by calling (773) 929-1100.

Blue Sky Inn Bakery and Cafe, 3720 N. Lincoln, also is offering personalized homemade fortune cookies by the dozen for $10. You can submit up to 10 different messages.

If you're more into heart-shaped edibles, TeddyFabz, 663 Lake Cook Rd. in Deerfield, is grilling heart-shaped burgers Friday through Monday for $4.69. They're served open-faced.

And then there's this combo, oozing with Chicago charm -- a heart-shaped Lou Malnati's pizza (cheese or sausage) and a heart-shaped Eli's cheesecake. Order the duo at tastesofchicago.com for $49.95.

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