A Date for Inclement Weather

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Corey Greenhalgh and Daniel Forbes demonstrate a bro-night by keeping warm inside. Photo by Cheyenne Davis

Corey Greenhalgh and Daniel Forbes demonstrate a bro-night by keeping warm inside. Photo by Cheyenne Davis

Now that winter is fast approaching, you might be faced with a day when the weather just doesn’t do what you would like it to. Instead of canceling your date, here is an idea that is quick to prepare, and sure to be a great time.

You will need a kitchen, a few assorted pots and pans, a couple of mixing spoons, a couple of mugs and about seven dollars. There are two ways to do this activity. The second way requires fourteen dollars.

First, pick up your date. Take those seven dollars if you want to do the first part together or fourteen if you want to do it separately. Once you have your date, go to Walmart, Kent’s or a similar store if you are not in Ephraim. The goal is to make hot chocolate, but without using any mixes used to make hot chocolate. Seven dollars is the limit you can spend on ingredients. For example, you might want milk, chocolate chips, sugar and coco powder.

I recommend setting a limit on the time you spend shopping, both to keep things moving and to make it more intense. Once you have found all the ingredients, return to your kitchen where you and your date will try to create what could become the world’s best hot chocolate. If you and your date decided to split up and each try different ingredients, make enough for at least two mugs. One for you and the other for your date. Then do the same with your date’s hot chocolate.

I would plan on about two to three hours for this date. Don’t think that the date has to be long and drawn out. It can be short and concise.

It has been a pleasure, and if you have any dating questions please let me know. Thanks.

Travis

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