While some might be saddened by the fact that they can’t go out for dinner this Valentine's Day, we hereby encourage look on the bright side. After all, you will have the privilege of skipping those crowded and overpriced restaurants that you always try to book and sometimes fail to. If 2020 taught us anything, it is that we don’t need much in life. Being with our loved ones in the safety and comfort of our homes is the best thing ever. And even though you may be sick of seeing the same faces every day, it won’t hurt to make this one night extra special for the love of your life. Get those aprons out, choose one of these delicious dinner recipes, and cook your best meal for the homeliest Valentine’s Day you’ve ever had.
The only way to trick the inevitable Covid-related delays is to shop early. We assure you, there is no time like the present to pick your partner’s Valentine’s Day gift. We know you bought him Christmas presents just weeks ago and you’re stressed out thinking what else could you possibly gift him. Well, strap in, because we’ve got some great ideas.