Folks, I’ve written a few blogs on IT service management, general technology and cyber security and promise to write more in the coming weeks if you will listen to me. I thought I would re-introduce myself to you with a recipe and instructions for Valentine’s dinner at home. Let’s face it, the hours and effort spent in my technology world is outshined by your efforts in the Real Estate sales world.
We all work hard and our partners put up with all of us. You often work long hours, sometimes cancel long established plans and spend more time in front of the PC at home or office than your significant other would like. Why not splurge a bit and make a nice, relaxing dinner to show you care and show how much you appreciate them? I find myself doing this often. Here’s what I did this Sunday as an early Valentine’s dinner for my beautiful fiancée.
If your palette or eating habits permit, I recommend the following: Dry Aged Rib Eyes, Red Skin Mashed Potatoes, Asparagus and Lobster Tail. Warning – this is high cal and fat – but it’s Valentine’s Day and a time to celebrate your love.
First – splurge on real good steaks. Get Dry Aged Rib Eye’s – THICK ONES – trust me from Whole Foods, your significant other is worth it. Splurge a bit – it’s all good. Also, Safeway has $5 lobster tails, so you can do a Surf and Turf (sold frozen in packs of 4 or thawed a la carte).
Happy Valentine’s all and I hope the recipes and instructions below put a smile on your and your significant other’s faces.
For steak, potatoes, asparagus and lobster tail cooking instructions, click here for a printable PDF.