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Monday, June 27 2022

But what should you order? What are some of the best romantic dinners you can order? What are some of the worst romantic dinners you can order?

Ordering food online has become a trend in the past few years and it is not going anywhere soon. It is now possible to order anything from your favorite restaurant or grocery store, delivered to your doorstep. This can be done by using an app or by visiting the company’s website.

There are many websites that offer delivery services in different countries and cities that can be found on the internet. These websites have a wide range of restaurants that offer delivery services, along with other services such as ordering flowers, sending gifts and more.

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Thursday, June 23 2022

Cards and flowers are out.

To help with the recovery process you can go out of the way and provide traditional gifts such as flowers, cards and fresh fruit bowls. But there's a better way to do this. Bring the concept of 'going out of town' to your hospital stay or home stay. Traditional gift items like get well flowers get old after a few days and frankly, we should all impart some energy raising gifts - things that you know will make them happy.

Social network- a favorite cake, inspirational quotes- print them out, find text that you know they need in their life at that moment. All available on line without ever needing to leave the room or being interrupted by roaming friends/parents during their healing process. For those looking for healthy delicious meals in those difficult times following surgery or illness - order meals from Send a Meal. A get well soon gift can be any number of things that the recipient likes, but it may need to be tailored to their individual needs. For example, someone who is suffering from depression may prefer a book with positive thoughts or a journal that they can write in. A person recovering from surgery may want something like a stuffed chicken cordon bleu.

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Wednesday, June 22 2022

A most common do-it-yourself sentiment is dinner. Family and friends gather to sit down and share food made complete with memories not just on their plates but also in the room. Memories are often shared over dinner, especially when someone isn’t well.

In order to be there in person for those times then this is something you need! Great dish in a box that allows your loved one to participate in the process of secret cooking: - cooking outside of their home and their kitchen.

One of the most common gifts for a person who is grieving comes in the form of a sympathy gift. Not everyone has experience buying someone that is hurting, so when in doubt, it can feel like the right thing to fall back on getting them something tangible and/or consumable.

When you want to send a message of support and condolence, but don’t know what’s appropriate or if you should give cash instead – giving them a card or something from the grocery store are examples - you’re not alone. If you want to give viewers some help with finding that perfect sympathy gift, shop here. 

Sending a Meal is becoming he time-honored tradition of instead of sending flowers.

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Tuesday, June 21 2022

Enjoying the great outdoors is one of summer's best ways to relax, eat outside, and reconnect with friends and family.

So what better way to enjoy your backyard picturesquely than by grilling homemade burgers or steak fresh off the grill! That's right - there is a lot of science and preparation (grill levels too) that goes into making an enjoyable BBQ... you can find all the hacks you need on Google. And when I say hacks, I'm referring mostly to sauces: List of Best BBQ Sauces or Best BBQ Marinade Recipes. But before deciding on a recipe, consider what regional traditions are a part of your heritage:

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Monday, June 06 2022

The best gift for a father is not always the most expensive one. It’s the ones with real meaning and behind it.

We are not here to tell you what dad would like, but rather offer ideas of things that he would appreciate.

- A home cooked meal on Father’s day is more than enough: Whether it's just a breakfast or a full dinner, cooking for dad on this day will surely bring him joy and remind him of how much he means to you. No need to prepare an elaborate meal, just a simple gesture will do.

- Gift certificates: There are plenty of vouchers in the market nowadays that can be redeemed at restaurants or shops, which are perfect for fathers who have everything they need from his children

- Reading time together

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Tuesday, May 10 2022

Memorial Day is all about having a cookout and spending time with your family and friends. And what a better Memorial Day food than grilling steaks!

Ideally, one wants to be feeling satiated after eating. Grilled steak definitely is the way to satisfy hunger, as it packs both protein and fat calories.

If you have a barbecue grill or electric griddle then they are definitely good options for cooking up perfect Memorial Day food - steak!

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Monday, April 11 2022

Traditionally, Easter ham is THE main dish of any Easter dinner with my family. I know others agree. However, there are many other side dishes that can be paired with ham. The choice is as varied as the number of hams being served. It's often a matter of taste and preference.

Here are my choices:


Sweet potatoes go with ham like cereal goes with milk. They are a natural pairing. There are several ways you can make sweet potatoes, each one provides a great side dish that compliments your ham perfectly.

Candied: You can find lots of recipes for candied sweet potatoes on the internet. Choose one and you'll have a great side dish.
Casserole: Boil the potatoes then mash them along with some evaporated milk, butter, salt, and brown sugar. Add liquid ingredients slowly so potatoes don't get too runny.
Baked: Bake in the oven for approximately 1 to 1 1/2 hours then top with butter, cinnamon and sugar

Green beans seem to be served at Easter by a majority of families that I know. It's one of those "classic" Easter vegetables. Here are some options for this green vegetable:

Casserole - The classic Green Bean Casserole combines 1 can cream of mushroom soup and 1/2 cup milk, along with canned "fried onion pieces" salt and pepper in a casserole dish with the green beans. Bake in the oven until done. Many people use "French" style green beans but this dish is also good with regular cut beans. I've used both.
Stove Top - Combining green beans in a saucepan along with canned diced tomatoes, a little sugar, salt oregano and fresh cooked bacon pieces (not bacon bits) will give them just enough flavor to make this dish good.

What food could be more classic to Easter than deviled eggs? Although you'll find a variety of recipes for this dish, many of which use a variety of ingredients, it can be very simply made by...

Hard-boil and peel eggs
Cut eggs in half and scoop out yolks
Mix yolks with a little mustard, mayonnaise, salt, pepper and a little relish.
Fill eggs with yolk mixture and serve

Fruit can go with your Easter Ham because when thinking of spring, we like to think "colorful" and "flavorful." Use fruits that are not too tangy, such as strawberries, melons and other berries. I'd stay away from all sour citrus fruits. Orange is the exception though, as it is the "sweet" citrus. Orange flavoring and ham are another great pairing.

This option will depend on the fruit that's available in your local supermarket, so check and purchase fruit to your taste and preference.

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Tuesday, March 29 2022

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Wednesday, February 02 2022

Valentine's day is around the corner and it is a great way to show the one you love how you feel about them. It is the one day when you show your appreciation by showering your valentine with gifts and loving gestures. One of those gestures is the valentine's dining experience. Either you plan it together or you can surprise your valentine with a romantic dinner.

If you plan the romantic dinner together, you will be able to bounce ideas off each other and prepare a night that you will both enjoy. The location will be the first thing that you need to decide on. Will you have a romantic dinner at home, book a table at a restaurant, perhaps create a rooftop experience, or create a picnic table in a park.

If you are planning it alone then here are few ideas.

You can book a table at a restaurant and ask them to decorate it with red and white table linen. Bring your own bunch of red roses to place on the table, which your valentine can take home. Add a personal touch with a romantic gift. Give the gift to the waiter beforehand so that they can place it on the table, ready for when the two of you arrive. It doesn't have to be a large gift, rather something small and subtle. A necklace or a pair of earrings is a great way to surprise your valentine. You can also opt for a personalised gift like a picture of the two of you in a frame or maybe on a slate tile. It's a wonderful way to showcase your love.

Most of all, enjoy the company of your valentine. It's all about the celebration of love.

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Thursday, January 20 2022

Whenever someone follows me to our pantry they inevitably utter amazement at our preserves and pre-made meals and say: "How do you find the time?" Actually I find this activity saves me a lot of time and a heck of a lot of money. Here I'll share some tips to help make this activity a lot more efficient and do-able.

Don't be intimidated by the size of some recipes - most are freezer friendly. And remember, it is just as much work to double or triple a recipe as it is to do just one batch. You have to wash the same dishes, clean the same kitchen and use the same heat. Having packages of meals ready to go is a great help to a busy and budget-minded household.

Divide very involved recipes into steps. For instance, you might make the sauce on Monday, the filling on Tuesday and put it all together for the freezer the next night. Breaking it up into steps like this helps the work fit in with tight schedules and makes the recipe more do-able.

Save all take-out foil containers and purchase a few so you always have some on hand. Likewise, save as many plastic clamshell containers from berries, salads or baked goods. Also, have a box or two of large sealable bags, or a lot of clean bread bags that you can reuse. All these bags and containers can be washed and reused dozens of times, and are recyclable when they have reached their end-of-life.

Try making at least one large recipe every week during peak garden harvest season. For instance you might make 8 small lasagnas, keep one meal out to serve that day, and perhaps leftovers the following day, but prepare the other 7 meals for the freezer. Before you know it you will have prepared dozens of meals varying from different types of pasta and lasagna to enchiladas and chili.

Most desserts can be baked in advance, stored in a freezer and taken out whenever you need something to serve or take with you on a trip. We like to have several different kinds of cookies frozen, a few loaves of bread, buns, flat breads and muffins so that we each have a choice of desserts and snacks available in the freezer. Having snacks on hand, and meals ready to pop in the oven, helps ease the chore of creating homemade meals and reduces the urge to buy fast food.

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