Valentine's Day is only two weeks away, so it's time to plan your romantic night.
Your standard chicken or pasta isn't going to cut it on this holiday! When trying to impress your date, you may want to spring for a personal chef, especially if your culinary skills aren't up to par. Or, if you're happily married, a gourmet meal will help keep the romance alive.
Why hire a personal chef, you ask?
- Customize your menu: You don't want to take your date to a steakhouse only to find out she is a vegetarian. A personal chef will work with you to plan the perfect meal and ensure that each ingredient fits in with your diet and any allergies that you or your Valentine may have.
- No wait: If you've ever tried to make a reservation at a top restaurant on Valentine's Day, you know this is not an easy task. "Customers are tired of waiting in long lines to sit in busy restaurants," Larry Lynch, president of the United States Personal Chef Association, said in a statement. "When you hire a personal chef, you get to eat in the comfort of your own home and, more importantly, you get an unforgettable Valentine's Day experience."
- Personal: A loud, crowded restaurant isn't exactly intimate. A gourmet dinner in the privacy of your own home is much more romantic.
Your sweetheart deserves to be treated like royalty this February (and all year round). If you're looking for a personal chef to cook you a Valentine's Day feast, be sure to contact Colonial Domestic Agency.