Sharing some heartfelt thanks this Valentine’s Day – Okanagan Taste
Snoop Dogg’s Cali Red Blend wine is now available in Canada.
Something big is going to happen this weekend, which I personally call “Wing Sunday.”
The Super Bowl is approaching, and with it comes some epic snack opportunities. It’s worth noting that Snoop Dogg is scheduled to perform at halftime, and if you need some game-day recipes, his Cookbook From Hustler to Chef: Platinum Cookbook from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen has some for you.
He also has a red wine currently available in Canada (if your favorite wine store isn’t sold out) called Cali Red Blend. According to producer 19 Crimes, his Cali Rosé is expected to be here later this spring.
Speaking of red and pink, the day after the game is Valentine’s Day. Red is the color of love and romance, and pink is the color of family, friendship, and according to some, the right hue to express “I’m so grateful for you.”
There are many ways to express gratitude. So, instead of a column about what drink is best for guacamole (probably a lively white wine) or where to go for a romantic dinner (with lots of dine-in and takeaway options) because it’s Heart Month, here’s about How to share some advice with some heartfelt thanks.
Let’s face it, can’t we all use a little extra love right now?
give a friend some wine
Many wineries have special Valentine’s Day gift packs, and while it may be too late to arrive in time for Valentine’s Day, give it away anyway. Pick up a few of their favorite chocolate bars from the corner store, or put together a photo of your favorite. Pick a friend you haven’t contacted in a long time.
buy coffee for the delivery man
Yes, we’ve all heard of pay-in-advance drive-thru, but if you end up ordering pizza for the Super Bowl or delivering food for your Valentine’s night, leave a gift card and thank you note at your door for delivery. driver. Do the same for Canada Post staff.
V-Day has many takeaway menus to choose from, from super fancy to super simple, take your time to plate and highlight your dinner. Use special occasion plates, good cutlery, glasses you’re always afraid of breaking. Don’t just heat it up and serve it in a takeout container unless you need to take a break from your plate and move on.
leave a positive review
Good service somewhere – vet, car wash, dentist, not just your favorite bistro? No matter when you’re there, it’s never too late to give praise on Google, Trip Advisor, Yelp, or the social media platform of your choice.
Gratitude goes a long way. So, hand over the crispy fried chicken wings. Thanks for the recipe, Snoopy.
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