Valentine’s Day Dinner Party Fun
For Valentine’s Day this year, I had a Valentine’s Day dinner party on Saturday night for 10 people. I don’t like forced holidays so on February 14th I will be home relaxing and not fighting crowds. At the restaurant, they’re always so busy and have a set menu, so I prefer to eat at home. I keep the decor simple but theme based with red everywhere and each of my guests was told to wear red to get into the Valentine’s day mood! I love having company and even though we ate in our formal dining room, fun was what the evening was about!
Valentine’s Day Dinner Decorations
Keep decorations simple with simple containers filled with Valentine candies and use red roses. Whatever you already have in your home can be used very inexpensively. I want’ you to see some of my Valentine’s Day decorations here to give you some simple ideas.
Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu
For the menu I tried three new appetizers which all came out fantastic. I always love to have people to test my recipes. Some of these recipes for my Valentine’s Day Dinner I always include in my parties as they are so popular. My menu is easy, healthy and of course, delcicious!! I also served my beef tenderloin, heart-healthy and my most popular recipe on YouTube, Glazed Salmon, Asparagus Wraps. Seafood Stuffed Potatoes, Special Salad, Salmon Bisque, Dessert-Red Velvet Cake,
I had Valentine shaped King Cakes and homemade Caramel Pecan Candies to take home for favors. What a fun night with lots of wine!! And, if you are in need of some aphrodisiac easy recipes, in my cookbook, Too Hot in the Kitchen there is a chapter “Food for the Mood” Valentine’s Day Dinner is a fun party theme and set’s the mood for a relaxing evening and a good time.
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