Not going out on for a fancy dinner on Valentine's Day? Fix a healthy, delicious meal at home instead, with this idea from chef Aaron McCargo Jr.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Blogger Pam Reich Hopper shares a lovely recipe.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Share your ideas for the romantic holiday.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
The average person will spend about $131 to show their love. What about you?
The National Retail Federation says Valentine's Day is one of the nation's biggest commercial shopping days, with the average American expected to spend close to $131 this year to woo that someone special. “Valentine’s Day remains one of the biggest gift-giving holidays of the year, and although consumers will be conscientious with their spending, it’s great to see that millions of Americans are still looking forward to celebrating with their loved ones,” said Matthew Shay, president and CEO of the Federation. According to the NACS website, Americans are willing to spend a wee bit more on romance compared to last year. The average person is expected to spend $130.97 on candy, cards, gifts and more, up from $126.03 last year. Total …
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Patch asked the owners of three Stone Mountain Village bakeries to pass along the Valentine's Day sweets that melt their hearts.
There are lots of yummy dessert options for Valentine's Day, but what do the people behind the baking recommend? Patch asked the owners of three bakeries in Stone Mountain Village (Village Corner German Restaurant & Bakery, Stone Mountain Bakery and Kalonji's Cafe and Bakery) what their favorite sweet treats are for Valentine's Day, and they told us: some of the answers were sweet in a romantic sense, some in a "girl's-best-friend" way, and some top picks had chocolate written all over them. Click on the video to see more, and happy Valentine's Day from Patch!