I had the opportunity to interview Laura Vitale about easy ideas for Valentine's Day when you don't feel like leaving the house!
Internet sensation Laura Vitale moved to the United States when she was 12 years old. As a teenager, she developed her love for cooking from her Italian grandmother, learning many of the recipes for classic Italian dishes over the phone. In 2010, Laura began a new phase of her culinary journey when she started her internet cooking series "Laura in the Kitchen." The series quickly became a hit and now boasts an audience of several million, making Laura a well-known name in the cooking community. Laura is the host of 'Simply Laura' on Cooking Channel.
There's no better romantic gift than creating a home-cooked meal for your loved-one. And nobody knows that better than Millennials - to them, food is more than just food. Cooking takes on more emotional significance, and it's a way to illustrate feelings for one another.1
Taking a cue from Gen Y, this Valentine's Day, let's ditch stress and crowds, and create home-cooked restaurant-like experiences. From recipe inspiration to tools that make it fast and fun to cook at home, Hunt's Tomatoes and Alexia Foods are making it easier than ever to break the tradition of eating out for special occasions like Valentine's Day.