Ideas for Valentineís Day - Staying In Is The New Going Out
íLove is in the air, every sight and every soundí goes the famous John Paul Young song. Yes, itís that time of year again - but at the moment every sight is the one of people struggling for Valentineís day ideas and every sound is that of couples complaining that they need to squeeze every penny because of the state of the economy.
Donít worry - you arenít alone this Valentineís day. So how do you go about treating your significant other to a romantic evening without bothering your bank balance?
The old cliche of going out for a nice dinner and a film is always a treat, but people often forget the pleasures of simple home cooking and the intimacy of an evening in. In a reaction to the credit crunch, increasing numbers of couples have decided to get creative in the kitchen instead.
The supermarkets are fighting it out to see who can offer the cheapest culinary thrills, whereas some of the specialist food retailers have found Valentineís Day to be a time where they can really offer their gastronomic know how to couples who want to do something that little bit extra special.
Andrew Franks, Managing Director of online Fishmongerís www.fishfanatics.co.uk says:
ďWith the credit crunch having taken hold, we are finding that people are abandoning the restaurants and are now looking to impress by cooking their own romantic meal on a budget. With this in mind, we have been offering a special valentineís day seafood hamper which we are expecting to be extremely popular!Ē
So if youíve been panicing over how to make your Valentineís Day memorable, then why not break out the pots and pans, cook something special and get your evening off to a romantic start!
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