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Host a Valentine’s Day Brunch

Saturday Feb 11, 2012
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Whether you’re looking to impress that special someone or planning on ditching the romance and hanging with friends, we have the perfect Valentine’s Day plans for you.

Try something different in 2012 and gather your favorite couples or best friends as you host a Valentine’s Day brunch.

Kahlúa has partnered with Food Network Chef Marcela Valladolid to come up with some simple brunch tips and recipes that are sure to amaze your friends and/or significant other.

You can find it all on the Delicioso Brunch Club application tab on www.facebook.com/Kahlua, but here are a few quick and easy tips:

Valentine’s Brunch Tips:

· Throwing an anti-Valentine’s brunch? Instead of bringing dates, have your guests each bring the coffee they love to share with the group and have a comparative coffee cupping.

Throwing an anti-Valentine’s brunch? Instead of bringing dates, have your guests each bring the coffee they love to share with the group and have a comparative coffee cupping.

· Valentine’s is all about the heart. Serve lots of warm dishes to heat up the soul like Pineapple-Cajeta Empanadas. But don’t go overboard - make it potluck to avoid spending too much time in the kitchen

· Who says V-Day has to be only about red? Accentuate your spread with color schemes that you love.

Need a good cocktail to serve? Whip up Cupid’s Kahlua Kiss:


Cupid’s Kahlua Kiss

2 parts Kahlúa
4 parts soda water
Ice
Maraschino Cherry

Pour Kahlúa into a highball glass filled with ice. Add soda water. Top it with a cherry and serve.

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