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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…

One Word Tag



USING ONLY ONE WORD! It’s not as easy as you might think! Copy and change the answers to suit you and pass it on. It’s really hard to use only one-word answers. Be sure to tag the person who sent it to you!
  1. Where is your cell phone? table
  2. Your hair? short
  3. Your mother? patient
  4. Your father? kind
  5. Your favorite food? pasta
  6. Your dream last night? none
  7. Your favorite drink? tropicana
  8. Your dream/goal? successful
  9. What room you are in? office
  10. Your hobby? blogging
  11. Your fear? heights
  12. Where do you want to be in 6 years? home
  13. Where were you last night? bedroom
  14. Something that you aren’t? snub
  15. Muffins? sometimes
  16. Wish list item? lots
  17. Where you grew up? Plaridel
  18. Last thing you did? test
  19. What are you wearing? uniform
  20. Your TV? good
  21. Your pets? dog
  22. Friends? many
  23. Your life? blessed
  24. Your mood? depressed
  25. Missing someone? no
  26. Car? honda
  27. Something you’re not wearing? make-up
  28. Your favorite store? varies
  29. Your favorite color? blue
  30. When is the last time you laughed? minutes
  31. Last time you cried? yesterday
  32. Who will resend this? friends
  33. One place that I go to over and over? office
  34. One person who emails me regularly? spam
  35. My favorite place to eat? Fortune
Thank you Beth for this tag. Now i'm passing this tag to all my friends.. hope you'll grab this fun tag. Thanks :)

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