You should never grow tired of creating new experiences for you and your significant other to share. A great outlet for this practice is the preparation of meals together. During this process, you can spend quality time while delving deep into the intricate world of the culinary arts.
It’s freezing outside, which mean it’s the perfect time to master the stay-at-home date. So make this a Friday night to remember by using this step-by-step guide to a romantic dinner for two. Enjoy, and stay warm … well I guess that’s what your date is for, right?
My favorite chef Carmisha (ChefCarmisha.com) decided to stop by and share a new recipe that’s perfect for those quiet, romantic evenings at home. And even if you don’t have one of those planned, you can always try it out on me … hey, I never turn down a home-cooked meal.
It’s been a while since we’ve featured a Fly Recipe, so I figured there was no time like the present to add another meal to your repertoire. Now if you’ve been paying attention, I’ve consistently preached the importance of men learning how to cook.
It’s been a while since I’ve featured a cocktail in our Fly Recipes section. So in honor of our president’s birthday, I thought it was time for me to unveil our fly guy certified specialty drink called, “The Obama.” This drink is perfect for those times when you just want to hang out with your significant other in a relaxed environment
OK ladies and gents, it’s time to share another fly recipe with you. This can be used for any occasion—which means you can cook it with your significant other, or use it to surprise them with a romantic dinner. No matter how you apply this recipe, just know that I’ve officially given it the Fly Guy Seal of Approval.
I still think of her sometimes. Her name was Renee. And everything about her was just … well, perfect. Her smile, her sense of humor, her birthmark that peeked ever so slightly … sorry, I drifted a bit … she was just a special woman. My only regret was that our relationship was so short-lived.
Let’s not mince words here: the economy is bad. We all recognize that. But using the “baby, times are hard right now,” excuse gets old really quickly. So instead of continually running to the sympathy well, why not find more cost effective ways to inject romance into your relationship? One fail proof and foolproof way to do this is to cook together.
“I want you to put it on me,” she panted in my ear. So I closed my laptop, pulled her close, and stared passionately into her eyes … yeah, I knew exactly what she needed. I then stood up, grabbed her hand, and slowly led her to our favorite rendezvous spot…
So here’s the scenario. The weather is bad, the economy is worse, and you and your significant other want to enjoy some quality time together. My solution? Utilize your kitchen and living room by planning a romantic dinner and a movie at home.