Romantic Dinner at Home - 4 Reasons to Let VitaClay be the Chef on Your Valentine's Day
Reserve a date at home with your special someone and let VitaClay do the cooking for you! Celebrating this holiday with a night on the town can be stressful, so why not try something new? Here is why you should celebrate your Valentine's Day dinner date at home with a healthy, cozy meal this year.
Restaurants are just not practical during the Pandemic time and expensive on Valentine's Day. Establishments can capitalize on this holiday opportunity by charging more, with an average Valentine's Day dinner for two costing around $80, according to research from NPD Group/Crest. Don't let Cupid's arrow punch a hole in your budget!
Restaurant service is worse on Valentine's Day. More people celebrate on Valentine's Day by going out, which puts stress on restaurants. You deserve your special occasion to be perfect, which restaurants must ensure for guests. That task can be hard to manage, thus possibly compromising the overall dining experience. If you eat at home and cook with your VitaClay, you can eat exactly what you want and have it served exactly when you want.
Celebrate what matters. Valentine's Day is about enjoying the company of your loved one and dinner is a great way to do that. However, little things like beating crowds and traffic can complicate a simple dinner. Being comfortable at home, sharing a moment with your loved one without distraction is the only thing that should be on your mind.
VitaClay creates cozy comfort meals at home that are healthy and convenient. When you cook at home, you know exactly what you're eating. Plus, dishes from restaurants are known to contain more carbohydrates, sugars, and fats. Instead, make and enjoy a healthy, VitaClay-cooked meal ready to eat in the same time it would take a restaurant to serve their pre-made dish.
A flavorful, balanced meal that would cost you exponentially more at a restaurant, this pot roast recipe will make you glad you stayed home and cooked in your VitaClay. For the beef and spices, a bold cabernet sauvignon that isn't showing too much tannin would be an excellent pairing that can provide more flavor.
A leaner take on an Italian classic, try this vegetable-based lasagna that is filling yet nutritious. A pinot noir would be a good red wine to drink alongside this lasagna to balance out the flavor of the mushrooms.
This recipe for zucchini bread is equal parts tasty and healthy. Let this loaf cure your sweet tooth while giving you peace of mind that dessert is still nutritious. Accompanying your Riesling with this dish is the best way to go. The wine's propensity to enhance acidic flavors is ideal for this cinnamon-laced recipe.