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Monday, March 25, 2013

Cook your way to his heart

Most women know and already heard that a key to a man’s heart is through his stomach. But they didn’t say that it could be quite arduous having to go through recipes, figuring out the right mix of ingredients and preparing the dish itself. That is why Dole is here to make things easier for you.
This Valentine’s season, whether you’re married, in a long-time relationship, almost in a relationship or in that gray area, know that cooking for a loved one will always go unmatched. With that knowledge, it’s more comforting to know that your significant other is actually enjoying the meal you prepared instead of pretending it tastes good. You wouldn’t want to hear a lie, especially on Valentine’s.
One easy trick, Dole Tomato Sauce. What you can concoct with it is limitless. If you want to showcase your culinary prowess through that hearty Italian meal, you instantly have the special ingredient for the pizza and pasta combo. Or if it’s the classic Filipino dishes you’d like to go for, know that there is no need for expensive and difficult-to-find spices.
Chef Jeremy Favia made a Filipino favorite even more irresistible with his dish Kaldereta Hash, a scrumptious tenderloin Kaldereta dish, topped with Cheese Sauce.
Because of its thorough processing, Dole Tomato Sauce is guaranteed to be rich in Vitamin A, C and K to help prevent poor eyesight, harmful oxidation of cells and bone problems. No matter where you are in the relationship, you sure wouldn’t want your date to choke on the spot or die early because you served him an oil-heavy, MSG-rich meal.
Also, a pack contains cooked tomatoes that have five times more lycopene, a pigment not only responsible for color but also fights symptoms of lung and colon cancer, cardio-vascular diseases and diabetes. Also, a research at the University of Manchester discovered that lycopene provides 33% more protection against sunburn, protecting the skin and preventing it from easy aging. Yet another study in Harvard suggested that lycopene reduces the risk of prostate cancer in men and that those who showed higher lycopene content were less prone to suffering heart attacks.
Not only are you winning his heart but you’re also being good to it, literally.
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