Valentine’s Day special


Good Romantic Dinner and Ideas to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Having valentine’s day dinner, is the most important for thing to do. Other concerns are ideas of what to write in a valentine’s day card, great valentines day ideas for her, valentine’s day special, good restaurants to celebrate valentine’s day, suggestions to go or do on valentine’s day, ideas on what to get a guy on valentine’s day, restaurants serving candle light dinner, best place to celebrate valentines day, cheap romantic ideas for valentine’s day. Valentine’s day ideas can be an endless list. Some are thinking “How to celebrate or spend valentine’s day “. However, let me share some extravagant ideas with you.

Valentine’s Day Ideas

Here are some big ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day, or do something similar in your own country, be it in Asia, America or Australia. Handle such ideas with tender loving care…. and just enjoy that day, enveloped in love. One idea that just came to mind, is about taking short trip out to somewhere that is 5 hour radius from your home. Enjoying a romantic and relaxing vacation and celebrating Valentine’s Day. You may want to find out more checking out the popular.

Valentine’s Day Surprises

You may want to make an extra effort to surprise your spouse on valentine’s day. Wake up quietly in the middle of the night. Decorate the bathroom with endearing words, balloons, flowers, chocolates and her favorite scent… and well wrapped gift. Just imagine when she wakes up to wash up, and the first thing to greet her will be these surprises. Hope you can imagine what I am imagining right now. How you purchase, prepare in advance and store those decorations, you will have to plan. All the best!

Romantic Candle Light Dinner

Check whether your valentine likes natural, sea view, or on the top of world feeling. Reserve a table for two and have a special candle-light dinner at one secluded corner of a nice restaurant with good food, ambience, music and service.

Cook for Your Valentine

This is only for those who are good at cooking somethng delightful and presentable. And of course, if you are living with your parents, get their cooperation to stay out of the house till midnight. Impress your valentine with a menu well written out with special meaning to each dish. Do something simple, nice but not too messy. Have some good instrumental music, candle light and dim lighting in the dining area. I cook quite well…. and I have impressed my friends and my daughter’s school friends too. So… guys…. this is your chance.


A very easy and delicious recipe for pasta with alfredo sauce:

1 bar of cream cheese

1/2 cup butter or margarine

3/4 cup parmesan cheese

1 cup milk (you can use more or less depending on how thick you want the sauce to be)

Garlic powder, salt & pepper to taste

8 oz. pasta

Cook pasta to desired tenderness by boiling according to directions on package.

In the meantime, cut the cream cheese into cubes, add the butter (or margarine), parmesan and milk to a large skillet. Cook over medium heat until smooth.

Drain the pasta and pour it into the pan with the sauce. Stir until the pasta is evenly coated.

You can add chicken or shrimp if you’d like to add some protein. Shrimp is my favorite. 🙂

Serve hot with garlic bread and maybe a caesar salad.


Shrimp Scampi

It’s easy to make, delicious and a lovely romantic meal.

Use large uncooked shrimp (sold in bags frozen at the market), peel them.

Melt some butter in a skillet and thin it out with a little olive oil if you like. You can also thin it out with white wine if you prefer. Taste test for the perfect balance.

Saute you shrimp in the sauce until pink. Don’t over cook them.

Meanwhile have your pasta cooking (angel hair is my favorite)

When done, drain well and put it into a nice serving bowl. Drizzle the juice of 1/2 fresh lemon over the pasta. Add the shrimp and sauce, season with salt and white pepper or black if that’s what you have and toss to coat everything.

Now to pretty it up, sprinkle it with chopped parsely. Have shredded parmesan on the side and a nice baguette sliced to soak up some of the sauce.

Don’t forget the wine.


 Stuffed Chicken Breasts

2 boneless skinless chicken breasts

4 slices bacon,cooked

4 slices sun-dried tomatoes,in oil

2 garlic cloves,minced

1 c. spinach, cooked and drained

1/4 c. mozzarella cheese

1 c. flour

dried basil

dried oregano

vegetable oil


1. Mix flour, basil and oregano in a mdeium bowl and set aside

2. Slice each chicken breast length wise about half way through-making a pocket

3. Stuff each chicken breast evenly with minced garlic, bacon, sun dried tomato, spinach and mozzarella

4. Close each chicken breast with tooth picks

5. Coat both sides of chicken breasts with the seasoned flour

6. Heat the vegetable oil in a skillet over medium heat, add chicken breasts

7. Cook each side until done (about 15 mins. total)

You can serve this over pasta.


Then, a homemade pie that’s refreshing/sweet.



1/4 cup Honeymaid graham crumbs

2/3 cup boiling water

1pkg. (10.2g) jell O light orange jelly powder

1 cup 1% cotage cheese

1 tub 250g philadelphia light cream cheese spread

2 cups thawed cool whip light whipped topping


1) Sprinkle crumbs into bottom of 8 or 9 inch springofrm pan or 9″ pie plate sprayed with no stick cooking spray.

2) Stir boiling water into jelly poder in large bowl at least 2 min. until completely dissolved. Cool 5min. Pour into blender. Add cheeses, cover, blend on med speed until well blended occasionally scraping down side of blender pour into large bowl.

3) Add whipped topping stir gently until well blended. Pour into prepared pan, smooth top with spatula. Refrigerated 4hrs. or until set. Remove side of pan just before serving

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