How to Host a Cooking Date Night


One of the things I love the most are cooking date nights. They are a fun and incredibly romantic way to get to know each other better *or bond if you are already married or have been together for a long time*, polish up some skills and develop some new cool techniques.

How to Host a Cooking Date Night: I love cooking date nights but I always thought they have a lot of prepping until I discovered a hack!

Honestly, it doesn’t get any better than that (at least in my humble opinion). However, the prepping and grocery shopping are a total pain, the hassle of chopping down all the veggies and butchering the meat take away from the fun part of cooking right?

How to Host a Cooking Date Night: I love cooking date nights but I always thought they have a lot of prepping until I discovered a hack!

So when I was approached by Blue Apron to work with them I couldn’t say yes fast enough. First, because I’m completely in love with the idea they have been promoting so far (cook more at home, eat whole ingredients, kiss takeout goodbye) and part because I was really intrigued to see how they would be when tested in real life.

How to Host a Cooking Date Night: I love cooking date nights but I always thought they have a lot of prepping until I discovered a hack!

And the verdict? They are as amazing as you think they are going to be, you can sign up now and get $30off on your first order here, so head up now and get cooking.

How to Host a Cooking Date Night: I love cooking date nights but I always thought they have a lot of prepping until I discovered a hack!

But back to the date night planning with Blue Apron, once you have selected your preferences, they craft a beautiful, perfectly packaged, ready to cook, comes with the instructions box that gets delivered right to your doorstep.

How to Host a Cooking Date Night: I love cooking date nights but I always thought they have a lot of prepping until I discovered a hack!

After that is only a matter of inviting your +1 over and getting into the fun. To make things a little bit more planned I like to have a good wine chilling in the refrigerator and a couple of easy t grab snacks as an appetizer.

How to Host a Cooking Date Night: I love cooking date nights but I always thought they have a lot of prepping until I discovered a hack!

Then just relax cooking (Blue Apron already took care of all the heavy lifting). The result is this restaurant quality meal that will leave you both of you completely head over heels in love (with each other hopefully).

Author: Ana

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