How to Setup a Romantic Dinner For Your Wife

December 28, 2015 by  
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How to Setup a Romantic Dinner For Your Wife

When it comes to having a romantic evening, it’s usually the wife who comes up with the ideas. Husbands usually prefer going out for dinner and then watching a movie afterwards. This time, surprise your wife with a romantic dinner for two. Here are some tips to make that evening together perfect.

Pre-dinner Preparations: If you have kids, make sure that they spend the night somewhere else. You can take them to your parent’s house or allow them to sleep over at their friend’s house. This allows you to have an uninterruptible evening alone with your wife.

Planning the Menu: If you know how to cook, make sure you cook her favorites. Start of with her favorite soup and then prepare her favorite main dish. Make sure that you end the dinner with a nice desert. It would also be best to serve that bottle of wine you’ve been saving all these years.

Setting the mood: Flowers and candles will always set the mood for a romantic dinner. So make sure you buy her a dozen of her favorite flowers and arrange them on your dinner table. Also, surround the table with scented candles to set the mood even further. Candle light will always help:) just make sure that they can’t fall over for a nasty firery surprise! As for the ambience, play your favorite ballads or even lounge music.

The purpose of this romantic endeavor is for you and your wife to enjoy each other’s company. Even if the you lack some of the things that I have mentioned, as long as the two of you have great time that will spell a perfect evening for you and for her.

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Valentines Day – How to Have a Romantic Dinner Without Ditching the Kids

December 21, 2015 by  
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Valentines Day – How to Have a Romantic Dinner Without Ditching the Kids

Got kids? Many of us do. So, after buying your spouse or significant other some flowers or a gift, the thought of paying for a babysitter and dinner on top of that is enough for some well intended couples to just skip the fun altogether. You don’t have to. Here is how you can still get your romantic dinner without ever leaving your own home:1. Involve your kids. Unless you have babies (which should let you have dinner at some point while they nap or sleep), kids can be a great asset to your experience. Some toddler and school-age children will cherish being a part of making their parents Valentines meal special. Obviously, if you have teens they will want no part of their parents romantic moments and will hide as quickly as possible, but they may find a little joy in helping the younger siblings participate. At the very least, they can keep them occupied during your meal. Your children can be your food server and bring your meal to you, fill your water, present your dessert, or simply show you to your table and disappear.
2. Set up a private dinner area. For a truly private experience without distractions, it is a good idea to create a private dinner area. You can do this in your bedroom, or in the corner of your family room — anywhere you can create some private space. To do this in your family room, move the furniture aside if necessary, and simply attach a sheet or other lightweight material (like a large tablecloth) to the ceiling using duct tape, tacks or push pins. Then, Voila! Your own private dining enclave. Be sure to set the table as if you were dining out, and don’t forget the candles.3. Have a special activity planned for the kids. Keep your kids occupied while you eat by planning a special activity they can do in their rooms, or at least in a room you are not in. A special movie, popcorn in bed, a new coloring book — whatever it is they are into. This way, they have a special Valentines evening, too.
When you have a family, you have to find creative ways to keep your budget in line without skipping out on the pleasures of enjoying romantic dinners. Creating your own experience at home helps saves a few dollars, which you can spend on a treasured gift or flowers, and maybe even some sweet Valentines gifts for your kids.

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Seduction and Romantic Dinner – Make the Cooking heat spark over

December 7, 2015 by  
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Seduction and Romantic Dinner — Make the Cooking heat spark over

Romantic Dinner is a great way to get together but how about sharing the joy of cooking. Seduce your partner with your own cooking lesson for both of you. Your dinner doesn’t have to be a labour itensive chore for you alone. Make it an ejoyable art for you and your partner, lover or soon to be partner. If you both enjoy a new exquisit cuisine, food preparation alongside each other, can be a great experience to become skilled:

  • how to eat healthy
  • have a quality moment in time with each other
  • split the joy of preparing a meal (and clean up)
  • master new culinary skills together
  • be amused
  • communicate efficiently with each other.

Surprise Meal: Don’t sop for a meal introduce a little mystery to your cooking. Delicious food, sensual romance and a good mystery—you probably want all of these things. And it is likely the person you covet wants that too. Think ‘Lego in the kitchen’ get the building blocks and create something new. Get a basket full of mystery: Shop for basic ingredients, but with no single meal in mind. As a team, you have to come up with a 3-course delicious meal, including side dishes, making 5 to 6 dishes in total. A fun game :-) For the beginners I would suggest filling the mystery basket with the help of a cooking book (don’t take every ingredient from one meal alone). just mix up 3 diffrent dishes. Don’t forget the basics as a side dish rice, noodles, potatos or sweet potatos always work. Dont forget to add some vegetables. For the main course meat fish or tofu… For those experienced in cooking it is way more fun to lock the cookbook away.

You may try luscious, basic themes, such as ‘Italian Night’, ‘Arabian Night’, ‘Vegetarian Evening’, ‘Comfort Food Feast’ and ‘Traditional Asian Cuisine’. This is an awsome form to entertain each other, a splendit opportunity to evaluate your abilities to work together and a great way of building your relationship. As you guide each other through the creation of a 2-4 course menu, share your culinary tips, enjoyable facts, and insights about the preparation of food with each other.
Take your time. You will to discover more than just the culinary art and the romantic part of it. You will quickly see, that it can be quite amusing to be involved in cooking together with your partner. You also need to become aware of how this quality time can collectivly enhance your communication talent and, at the end of the day, your relationship. If you take a cooking class together, you can combine the pleasure of preparing and eating food.

This way you bring together the best of the romantic with the cooking, lighten your work load and in the end you will most likely reap the fruits of your labour.