Do you plan on having a stay at home date for Valentine’s Day or are you stepping out?
I had the opportunity to chat with Laura Vitale, self-taught internet cooking sensation about great ideas to stay at home this Valentine’s Day.
Don’t get me wrong, staying in isn’t for everyone (especially when you have kids haha), but Laura gives great recipe ideas for those of you who don’t feel like braving the potential crowds at a local restaurant this Valentine’s Day.
Listen here and then check out the recipes below:
In preparation for Valentine’s Day, ConAgra Foods issued a survey to better understand Millennials’ dinner plans and preferences. Here are a few highlights from the survey results:
Most Millennials “love to cook” (60%), but less than 20% say they have good recipes and ideas
52% of Millennials believe it’s more romantic to cook at home with their significant other than it is to go out to eat
40% of Millennials will stay in and cook this Valentine’s Day
56% of respondents will find their Valentine’s Day recipe by either searching on the web or watching an online cooking show
More than half Millennials say cost and crowded restaurants are barriers to dining out for Valentine’s Day
52% of respondents say Italian is the most romantic cuisine
71% of Millennials say chocolate is their top pick for dessert
Most Millennials have set their Valentine’s Day meal budget for $50-$100 – whether they are going out to eat or staying in
RECIPES FROM LAURA IN THE KITCHEN
What are your plans this Valentine’s Day? Staying in or going out?