Valentine’s Day Recipes
(NC) – It’s that time of year again – time to show that special person in your life just how much they mean to you.
But with so many different gifts you can give on Valentine’s Day, oddly enough, it can still be difficult to find that ‘perfect gift.’
So this year, you may want to consider steering clear of just the ordinary and the expensive. Instead, why not show your loved one how much they mean to you by surprising them with something completely unexpected?
After all, making your own gift is still considered by many as the most thoughtful form of giving. When you present a homemade gift, the receiver knows you took the time to think about their personal tastes and carefully crafted a gift just for them.
If you’re unsure of just what to make, ask yourself ‘what’s the best way to a person’s heart?’ For many, it’s just as the old saying goes – the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach.
‘Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be complicated. It should be simple, yet thoughtful,’ says Jason Bangerter, one of Canada’s leading chefs and the executive chef of Auberge du Pommier restaurant. The acclaimed chef points out the option of staying in and preparing a thoughtful romantic dinner as a guaranteed hit that you and your loved one can enjoy together. And rest assured – things always taste better when they’re prepared from the heart.
If you’re still at all uncertain about your culinary skills tarnishing this special occasion, don’t be. There are plenty of simple and tasty recipes you can follow, like the delectable Chocolate Bread Pudding recipe created by Bangerter and featured at www.all-bran.ca. With recipes for breakfast through to dessert, Bangerter’s featured creations at www.all-bran.ca combine ease of preparation, with a unique display of heart in every bite.