It’s Valentine’s Day, what are you going to do for romance? How about a nice
Asparagus and Avocado Salad
Now, maybe you think I’ve lost my mind here and you probably wouldn’t be too far off. But see, I know my other #letslunch compatriots are going to do romantic meals with chocolate and probably strawberries and all that fancy schmancy romantic stuff. But I’ve found that romance is really something you have to tackle on a case-by-case basis.
For instance, if you want to romance me with food, show up with sushi. Or crab legs. Preferrably both. And a nice sweet champagne.
If you tried that on my wife, well a) you’d have me to deal with but b) she hates seafood and doesn’t much like champagne. She’s more of a chocolate only kind of gal.
So I’ve decided to do what I do best and turn this romantic Valentine’s Day into nice cheap potty humor. How you might ask? With a little help from the Romans.
Recipe: Valentine’s Day The Easy WayAuthor: Chris PerrinFebruary 14, 2009
4 Ingredients + 3 Stores + 30 Minutes = 1 Hot Valentine’s Day
This is the post for those people who held off on Valentine’s Day until the last minute. I know you’re out there. It was the same for Christmas and her/his her birthday. It’s okay. We’re all busy!
The good news is BlogWellDone.com is here to help! If you can buy four ingredients, a good bottle of wine, and a store bought dessert from a nice place you will have:
The Easiest Valentine’s Day Menu Ever!
Seriously, I threw this menu together in about 5 minutes. It only uses four ingredients you may have to purchase from the store (plus salt, pepper, cooking oil, and butter if you have it), then you buy a good bottle of wine (suggestions below) and his/her favorite dessert from a bakery or restaurant. That’s all you need for love to be in the air in less than 30. I promise.