Happy Valentine’s Day! Do you do anything special for Valentine’s Day? One year, when I didn’t have a boyfriend, my mom, cousins and I went to Red Lobster as a Valentine’s Day treat to ourselves. Well, the line was ridiculous, and we ended up waiting for a table from 6 to 9 p.m.!! Three hours. When we finally got a table, we weren’t in a very celebratory mood.
Since that experience, I never celebrated Valentine’s Day on the actual day. Why fight the crowds? This year, my husband and I will likely celebrate over the weekend, maybe by having date night at home and picking up some sushi. The problem is that our kids love sushi, so they want to celebrate with us. 😉 We’ll see.
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As you know, I’ve gotten back into freezer cooking, and two of my favorite resources are Once a Month Meals and MyFreezEasy. Both services make it so easy to have a freezer cooking session because the companies do all of the planning for you! I’ll do a comparison post in the next few weeks, but right now, MyFreezEasy is having a Valentine’s Day sale!
This sale runs from today, February 14th through the weekend. During the sale, the annual membership will run $96 (normally $120), and the monthly membership will run $10 (normally $12).
If you’re on the fence and are not sure you want to commit, follow the link, scroll to the bottom of the page, and fill out the form to try MyFreezEasy for free! You’ll get a free freezer plan with three recipes to try. Then you can decide if MyFreezEasy is for you.
Just an FYI, we just had a MyFreezEasy meal last night, Cornbread Taco Bake, which is one of my kids’ favorites.
We also love Chalupa Salad and make it quite frequently (usually when ground beef is on sale).
If you’re looking to start stocking your freezer, you can’t go wrong with this sale. Make it easy on yourself by trying a menu for free and then buying a monthly membership. You’re only committing for one month so you can see how this system works for you.
Happy Valentine’s Day!!
How do you typically celebrate Valentine’s Day?