According to the Chequamegon Web Site,
(http://www.chequamegonfoodcoop.com), the food most people associate with Valentine’s Day is chocolate. No surprise there, right? But other foods are typically served and eaten on Valentine’s Day as well. Chequamegon provides a list, and they are: herbs, wine, honey, and strawberries. The Spruce Web site (https://www.thespruce.com) reports that more than 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate and about 8 billion conversation hearts will sold for Valentine's Day. You could get a sugar rush just by reading this blog! Want to really impress your Valentine? “Women’s Day” just released a list of 27Valentine's Day Cakes and Cupcakes That Really Prove Your Love” Check it out on their Web site (http://www.womansday.com/food-recipes/food-drinks/g11/10-valentines-day-cakes-cupcakes-102532/)
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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