Whether you are making them for your family, children or a special someone, a homemade cupcake for Valentine's Day is a whole lot of love.
Go beyond the champagne, red wine or chardonnay and try something new and alluring for Valentine's Day. When planning a Valentine's Day romantic dinner or a fun evening for singles, cocktails can be fun to create and serve as a great conversation piece.
If you want to spend some intimate time with your partner, why not use an aphrodisiac to help get things going? Here are some of the best natural aphrodisiacs and how they help get you and your partner revved up.
Submitted by Suzanne of South Carolina
Why spend your special evening ear-to-elbow with a dining room full of strangers when you can woo your beloved from the comforts of your own home?
I can't afford the jacked-up prices restaurants charge on Valentine's Day. What's a simple yet romantic dinner I can make for my girlfriend at home?
Valentine's Day is well-known as restaurants' busiest night of the year. So why spend your special evening ear-to-elbow with a dining room full of strangers?
Forget about pricey chocolate hearts and hand-dipped strawberries. Surprise your lucky valentine with a simple home-cooked treat that shows how much you care.
It wouldn’t be an official Valentine’s Day without a wee bit of indulgence. Have treats in healthful moderation and beware of some common high-calorie, high-fat culprits.
Yogurt, especially those containing active probiotic cultures, can contribute to digestive health. Here are two tasty yogurt-based treats.
Submitted by Amber Wells of Iowa, Louisiana.
Recipe from Italian Cooking & Living Magazine
4 chicken breasts 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 1/2 cups fresh sliced mushrooms 2 cups heavy cream 1 cup champagne Lightly
Ripe, fresh peaches in a caramelized ginger sauce and served over sweetened, whipped ricotta cheese. Wow... what a taste!
Submitted by Janelle Geiger of Illinois