While there are various ways that St. Valentine's Day can be celebrated, many people will stick to the same tried-and-true staples: chocolate, flowers, dinner, wine. They may seem like pretty basic concepts, but could there be more to these Valentine's celebrations than you realize? Howdini has assembled several videos to help you figure out all you need to know to become a Valentine's Day expert.
How to Choose Chocolate as a Gift:
How to Choose Glassware for Your Cocktails:
How to Open a Bottle of Wine Like a Pro:
To see more Valentine's how-to videos, like How to Create a Gourmet Cheeseplate, How to Buy a Good Inexpensive Wine, and How to Store Chocolate, visit Howdini.com
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