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An Econo-Friendly Valentine's Day

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The average person spends $150 on Valentine's Day. During these tough times, that's not feasible for everyone. So let Susannah Locketti show you how to make the most out of your special night.

Not only is going out to a fancy restaurant on Valentine's night overly crowded, it's EXPENSIVE! Rather than spending a fortune and waiting two hours for a table, have a romantic evening in the comfort of your own home. Making dinner fireside ... No, we're not kidding.

Fireside Seafood & Pasta Dinner

Don't forget about the dessert! You'll never believe how simple this one is...

Easy Ice Cream Sundae

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7 comments so far | Post a comment now
ashley February 13, 2009, 7:31 AM

Those look yummy!! I think we’re going to Denny’s. It’s been a stressful 2 weeks and I told my husband I just want to relax. My friend told me kids eat free from 4-6 at denny’s on Sat. and that’s what they’re doing so we’re gonna tag along. Hey, it probably won’t be crowded.

Erin  February 13, 2009, 2:27 PM

Great ideas, I am going to make that dessert for my husband. Thanks again Sue and happy valentines day!!!!

Jane February 14, 2009, 1:48 PM

They look so delicious and easy :) I am definitely going to try them both. Thanks

Jim  February 15, 2009, 4:43 AM

Damn!!!! I need to get married.

That dinner looks fantastic!!!!


Stephanie O February 16, 2009, 3:07 PM

MmmmmmmMmmmmmmGOOD!!! I love the idea of cooking over an open fire; Valentine’s should have some primal ambiance! I also never would have thought of adding the asparagus to the pre-aldente pasta - a logical and convenient time-saver.

The sundae dessert was a neat surprise, too: quick, no doubt delicious, and looked like a million bucks. Sue, your hubby is a lucky man! Thanks for more great ideas :)

Linda February 19, 2009, 5:33 PM

You two are so cute!

Antoinette Wallace May 1, 2009, 5:29 AM


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