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Be His Latin Lover!
Besides the traditional candlelight dinner and champagne, why not take your partner dancing! Salsa is one of the sexiest dances, so find a salsa club or take a private lesson. Salsa studios and clubs are bursting out citywide so it won't be hard to find one near you!
This fun surprise speaks volumes of excitement and love!
No valentine is complete without chocolates and wine! Try a wine-&-paint class that seems to be popping up every where! You don't have to be an avid painter, just get silly and creative with your cutie!
Still scratching your head as to what to get your better-half this Valentine's Day? Red roses, scented lotion and of course, jewelry are sure to make any romantic girl happy this Valentine's Day!
Don't forget guys love to be pampered for Valentine's Day as well! Why not treat him to a sensuous oil massage? It will make any man melt!
Crab Stacks with Ginger Lime Dressing
6 Tbsp. fresh ginger, peeled and chopped...
2 T agave nectar
6 T lime juice
4 cloves garlic, diced
1/2 c. water
1/4 c. pea shoots
1/4 c. Roma tomatoes, diced
1/4 c. cucumber, sliced
1/4 c. red onion, diced
1/4 c. mango, diced
1/4 c. avocado, diced
1 jalapeno, roasted and chopped
1/4 c. fresh crab meat
2 T chopped peanuts
1 tsp. fresh cilantro, chopped
Prepare ginger-lime dressing by mixing ginger, agave nectar, lime juice, garlic, and water. Pour into a sealable container and refrigerate at least 1-2 hours and as much as over night.
To assemble the crab stacks, you’ll need two cylinders such as dessert rings or recycled cans with the bottoms removed.
Lightly spray the inside of the cylinders with cooking spray, then line two small dishes with pieces of plastic wrap large enough to pull up and over the cylinders (you’ll need to do this after you’ve built the stacks) and place the cylinders on top of each.
Begin layering ingredients inside each of the cylinders in this order: pea shoots, tomatoes, cucumber, onion, mango, avocado, jalapeno, then finally, the crab. Gently press down on each ingredient as you fill to make sure it’s securely layered.
If making ahead, pull the plastic wrap up over each and wrap, then place in the fridge until ready to serve.
To serve, choose a large platter and place each cylinder on it. Unwrap and holding the cylinder with one hand, slide the plastic from beneath it. Then slowly lift the cylinder, pushing lightly on the ingredients to reveal the stack.
Finish by sprinkling the chopped peanuts and cilantro over each stack, sprinkle baby salad greens around the platter if desired, and drizzle with the ginger-lime dressing.
Allow everyone to admire the crab stacks before encouraging the first guest to dig in, scooping into the stack with crackers or toasted slices of bread.
Holy cuteness! How insanely creative and adorable is this duo?
These tiny fish tacos, served with mini margaritas, make for modern cocktail-hour fare that anyone would love!
Super easy and fresh idea. Just pair this up with a supply of sangria and homemade tamales and you're all set...Ole!...
Source: Leading Entertainment Expert, Entrepreneur, TV Personality, Coach, Author and Sought After Speaker, Marley Majcher is CEO of The Party Goddess! and publisher of the E-Zine, "How To Be A Party Goddess".
WEDDING TIP OF THE MONTH
DJ a Song At Your Own Wedding!
The latest way to put a personal "spin" on the day: DJing at your own wedding. We're not talking about hooking up your iPod to speakers. This trend is more on par with taking lessons to choreograph your first dance. But instead, to-be-weds are taking classes to create custom mashups!...
Add a shabby, chic glow to your wedding with an array of lucious blooms!
Get creative for a unique tablescape! Stack a few romantic classics to give it a vintage look!
Start off with a slow dance to your favorite love song and then suddenly switch to a fast, sexy Latin dance or jazzy swing step! This will set the tone for a lively dance party.
Add a super fun look to your bar with homemade fruit-infused spirits. Vodka is great but why not try something different?
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Leading Entertainment Expert, Entrepreneur, TV Personality, Coach, Author and Sought After Speaker, Marley Majcher is CEO of The Party Goddess! and publisher of the E-Zine, "How To Be A Party Goddess."
Holiday Tip Of The Month
Bring some holiday spirit to a festive cocktail hour with miniature holiday diy wreath stir sticks!
All you'll need is floral wire, small floral, Christmas tree trimmings (or rosemary), washi tape and stir sticks.
Simply begin by bending the tree trimming into a circle and securing it with the floral wire. ...
Add small blooms to your miniature wreath and secure with the floral wire.
Attach the finished wreath to a stir stick with floral wire and washi tape.
This playful decoration for your signature cocktail will spark conversations amongst your guests! Not to mention, its also an excellent addition to your holiday party!