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5 Tips For Creating a Romantic Night and Fun Dinner at Home

Valentines Day is just around the corner and maybe you're already thinking how to make this occasion really special. Here are some ideas for a romantic and fun dinner at home either for several couples or just for two.
Sensual Scents
Whether planning for one guest or several couples, let robust spices (think cloves, canela, cardamom and black pepper) help set the mood with the help of a standard frying pan. Toast the spices just to their smoking point, and the room will fill with an inviting--and delicious--bouquet.
Pairing Is Caring
When prepping for a perfect evening, pairings are a fun way to turn any meal into a special occasion and spice up the fun. Plan three courses and pair each with a small cocktail. A fun and easy way is to use one base spirit in three different ways.
Make It A Group Effort Let your guests in the kitchen and encourage them to enjoy the tactile sensation of the food as it is prepared. Start the party early and enjoy cocktails as you cook.
Forget the Utensils Feed…

Multiple Awards

Chie of Chuchies Hideaway is so generous for giving me these multiple awards. Thank you so much friend for sharing these awards to me.

Blogger Friendship Award
The rules are so easy:
1. Place the logo / banner on your blog.
2. Add a link to the blog who gave the award.
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4. Add links to the blogs that you have nominated.
5. Let them know by leaving a message (shout) on their blogs.

Wonderful Wife Award
RULES: please
1. Link with the person who tagged you.
2. Copy above images.
3. Post this on any or all of your Blog/s.
4. Answer the two-part questionnaire following these Rules. (Feel free to elaborate your answers)
5. Share this with at least seven (7) friends on your Blog Roll.
6. Come back to Living A’ La Mode (DO NOT CHANGE THIS LINK PLEASE.) and leave the URL of your Post in order for you/your Blog to be added to the Master List.
7. Have Fun!
~ Wife Style ~
1.How long has you been married?
A. 13 years
2.How do you feel about being a Wife?
A. Great
3.What has been your typical sleeping attire since you got married?
A. Sando and shorts
4.How do you show how appreciative you are of your Husband?
A. I give him complements, sometimes gifts
5.What do you do when your Husband annoys you?
A. I don’t talk to him for a few until he appeases me.
6.You are buying or planning to buy your first house as Husband and Wife?
A. Yes, we bought thru housing loan.
7.How does your house look like at the end of the day when Hubby gets home?
A. Just fine.
8.How do you feel about running a household?
A. A big responsibilty
9.What is the sweetest gift you have given your Husband so far?
A. Branded Watch
Q and A Award
1. What color is your toothbrush? - Yellow
2. Name one person who made you smile today? – My son
3. What were you doing at 8 a.m. this morning? – I was still sleeping at 8:00 this morning.Cooking
4. What were you doing 45 minutes ago? – watching tv
5. What is your favorite candy bar? – Kisses
6. Have you ever been to a strip club? – no
7. What was the last thing you said aloud? – Quiet!
8. What is your favorite ice cream flavor? – Double Dutch
9. What was the last thing you had to drink? – Coke
10. Do you like your wallet? – Yes
11. What was the last thing you ate? – Pork adobo
12. Have you bought any new clothing items this week? – no
13. The last sporting event you watched. - Basketball
14. What is your favorite flavor of popcorn? - Butter
15. Who is the last person you sent a text message to? - sister
16. Ever go camping? – No
17. Do you take vitamins daily? – yes
18. Do you go to church every Sunday? – Not every Sunday.
19. Do you have a tan? – no
20. Do you prefer Chinese food over pizza? – I wish to have both
21. Do you drink your soda with a straw? – yes
22. What did your last text message say? -"Sis are you coming with me tomorrow?"
24. Where are 24? – Before the period and the question mark in the 24th question.
25. Look to your left. What do you see? – the TV
26. What color is your watch? – Silver and gold
27. What do you think of when you hear of Australia? - Kangaroos
28. What is your birthstone? -Sapphire
29. Do you go in at a fastfood place or just hit the drive thru? – dine in
30. What is your favorite number? - 7
31. Who's the last person you talked on the phone? - sister
32. Any plans for today? – just stay home
33. How many states have you lived in? - none
34. Biggest annoyance right now? –quarelling kids
35. Last song listened to? – i forgot the title
36. Can you say the alphabet backwards? - Yes, I can, but very slowly.
37. Do you have a maid clean your house? – nope
38. Favorite pair of shoes you wear all the time? – My black shoes
39. Are you jealous of anyone? – no
40. Is anyone jealous of you? – I don’t know.
41. Do you love anyone? - God, my hubby and kids, my family, relatives and friends.
42. Do any of your friends have children? - Yes
43. What do you usually do during the day? - working
44. Do you hate anyone that you know right now? – No
45. Do you use the word "hello" daily? – no
46. What color is your car? –moss green
47. Do you like cats? - no
48. Are you thinking about someone right now? –my friend
49. Have you ever been to Six Flags? - Nope
50. How did you get your worst scar? –car accident


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