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Could A Grill, Skillet or Deep Fryer Become the New Valentine's Day Gift?
Date:2/11/2013

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The Valentine's we know today has a long history which includes chocolate candies. Most people, therefore, when they hear the words Valentines think of the traditional heart shaped box of delicious mouth watering chocolate. However, the box usually looks better than the chocolates inside. In past years, the most common gift to a loved one was a heart shaped box of chocolate accompanied by a bouquet of flowers.

Valentine Card giving began in 1415 when Charles the Duck of Orleans wrote a poem for his wife while he was imprisoned in the Tower of London. By the 16th century, cards had become so common on Valentine's Day that several religious leaders preached against them. Valentine's Day flowers began as a tradition in the 17th century, since roses, which represent love in all its forms, were the flowers of choice for the Day. The rose was the favorite flower of Venus, the Goddess of Love.

We can thank the Spanish explorers who brought chocolate back to the Old World from the New World in the 17th century. Soon enough the popularity increased in Europe and chocolate, possibly for its aphrodisiac effects, became the candy of choice for the lover's holiday. By the early 19th century, it was the most popular way to show your love on the special day.

To encourage this new healthier gift giving trend, the Skillets & More Company has teamed up with American Greetings. Customers can now send a free personalized e-card to their loved ones during the month of February when they make any purchase from the Skillets & More website. Customers will also receive a printable meal planning worksheet calendar.

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