It’s still early February, but Valentine’s Day is coming up quicker that you might expect. If you haven’t thought about it already, it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to give your loved one.
These days it’s common to buy roses and chocolates, in which case you’ll need to order ahead of time. Well ahead of time.
But roses fade, and many people who ate too much chocolate over Christmas are still trying to diet it off.
So why not consider a demonstration of love by making something for your sweetie for Valentines Day.
Like a small, intimate Valentine’s Day dinner.
Cooking dinner for someone else can be intimindating and confusing, but Ms Blaelock’s Book of Stress Free Dinner Parties, can help.
Even if you can’t cook, you can still make a lovely meal for your loved one; with complentary wine, decorations and music.
Whether it’s dinner for two, or for ten, the steps are the same, and Stress Free Dinner Parties will guide you step by step.