Valentine's Day Treats



Maybe skip the chocolate or flowers this year and get more creative. Here are a few ideas for making the day memorable for you and your love.

PLACE DISH DESCRIPTION IN A WORD

Fantastic Fortune Cookies
3 Front Street Lower Mill, Suite 160
Rollinsford, (603)-617-3810
website

Personalized Giant Fortune Cookies
($19.95)
Pen your own love poem for the one you love and have it tucked within a luscious giant fortune cookie dipped in chocolate. Naughty or nice, this is a Valentine treat that won’t be forgotten.

PROPOSAL?

Frederick’s Bakery
109 State Route 101A
Amherst
(877) 882-7725
website

Two Dozen Mini Chocolate Eclairs
($13.95 a dozen)

A dozen for each of you. Delectable little two-inch éclairs filled with pastry cream and rich chocolate fudge frosting. Can be purchased online and shipped.


ADDICTIVE

Sanders Lobster Company
54 Pray Street
Portsmouth
(800) 562-1001
website

Lobster for Two
($90 to $120)

Order yours live or cooked, delivered FedEx overnight to your front door. You supply the champagne, butter and candlelight.
The cooked lobster will still be sweet at room temperature dunked in hot melted butter.




SUCCULENT

North Country Smokehouse
Claremont
(800) 258-4304
website

Farmhouse Breakfast Gift Package
($43.95)

Have a luxurious breakfast in bed on Valentine’s Day with this hearty assortment of goodies delivered straight to your door. Includes Applewood smoked bacon, smoky maple links, maple syrup, old-fashioned pancake mix and Stonewall Kitchen Fruit and Berry Spread.
 




FUN

Jewell Towne Vineyards
183 Whitehall Road
South Hampton
(603) 394-0600
website

2009
Vidal Ice Wine
($40)

A lovely sweet dessert wine with hints of honey and apricot. Serve well chilled with fruit,  chocolates, a fur rug and a roaring fire. Order online or call.


INSPIRED

 

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