In "Cooking with Love," a TV producer falls in love with a cocky celebrity chef.
In "My Secret Valentine," a woman bonds with a secret admirer at her family's winery.
In "Very, Very Valentine," a flower shop girl is romanced by a mysterious man at a masquerade ball.
These movies, in all their schmaltzy glory, premiered this month on the Hallmark Channel, which has distilled your warm and fuzzy feelings down to a science.
The network best known for its G-rated romantic comedies posted its highest...