Valentine’s Day Dinner Ideas

February 14, 2011 by staff 

Valentine’s Day Dinner Ideas, Now you have about 12 hours to redeem yourself. Even if you do not have much time – or money – you can always see your special someone how much you care on Valentine’s Day. But try to think outside the box of chocolates old concept of last minute, pharmacy-bought. Here are some ideas that could save your relationship and show how intelligent and thoughtful you are: Clean something: Nothing says, “I love you” like a sparkling bathroom, especially if it’s a surprise, and especially if done by the person in the household who is not known for their delicacy.
Do Lunch: When was the last time you took a break during the day and had lunch with your special someone? Of course, everyone is busy, which makes this suggestion even more attractive last minute, because if you try to schedule a lunch, there are always 100 reasons why you cannot do it.

HOW dinner? Book a romantic table in the dark corner of a gourmet restaurant is, of course, move the classic Valentine’s Day. But do not dwell too much on the place or the amount of the check. Make sure the music is not too strong and not to bring children.
SEE FILM: The Academy Awards are just around the corner. If there is an Oscar-nominated film that you wanted to see, now a good opportunity. Sharing a bag of popcorn and a soda and holding hands in the dark – as you did when you were children.

Add a note sincere: Express your feelings on paper to let your Valentine know how much he is loved is a very special gift. Valentine’s Day is really for amateurs. It is a day where we woo, wow and enjoy the wonders of our comrades. But when you have kids, trying to have a romantic dinner can be a challenge. One thing is to eat with kids? It’s not romantic. At all. Get a sitter. Or drop the children at the reception of a family member or to set a date to play at night (or if you can swing, sleep more!). But if you cannot get a sitter – especially last minute – see our suggestion number 2, 3, 4 or 5.
Eating late! Have a romantic dinner by candlelight after the kids are asleep.

Ask children to serve you! If they are old enough, have them help prepare dinner and make a game to make them serve you. They can play waiter or waitress. Just do not forget to tip.
Do two dinners. Ask them to eat in another room (preferably in front of the TV so that their attention is on something other than making a mess or you lack) so that you and your love to eat elsewhere, as the dining room, breakfast nook or even in bed.

Make it a family affair. Ask everyone to dress and eat a delicious dinner together. Your love made them, might as well celebrate this day too!

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