Contemplating getting married in 2020 "The Year Of The Rat?" Have you considered the Chinese Lion Dance at your wedding reception?
Contemplating getting married in 2020 "The Year Of The Rat?"
It's a good time, mortgage rates are at a all time low, economy is doing well and things are looking up, but you guys want to change things up a little. First is the engagement, that's a private moment then there's planning the wedding? Hmm, traditional weddings for the most part are in the past, the new generation the Millennials want something different, exciting and you create your way of planning your future.
Did you ever consider the Chinese Lion Dance? Well, traditionally the dance is performed during the Chinese New Year. Sometimes you want a different flare of excitement or just want a little Chinese tradition. The Lion dance represents for the most part, Prosperity (Making a lot of money), Good Health (we always want good health) and Peace! I just want to include a You Tube video of the lion dance performed at a wedding. You'll get the feeling of excitement, interesting and very lucky!. Here you go.
If your interested in having a Chinese Lion Dance at your wedding reception, feel free to call me Stu Woo and leave a message at 410 294 1544 or email me at email@example.com.
Dear Maryland Millennials,
I'm writing to you to let you know about 2 services I am offering in Maryland. I truly believe you may have interest in a least one of them. I know your generation is seeking to eat better even when its overwhelming temptation is to order fast food delivery. Think of ALL the money you can save! Are you really eating healthy? It sure taste good but did you ever think of what they added to make it taste soooo good? Maybe lots of sugar and salt?
The alternative, Chef Woo Can Cooking Classes. You play host and Chef Woo Can will demonstrate the art of stir frying, the origins of the wok, special herbs used and the health benefits, the preparation process and demonstrate and participate in stir frying your first dish, "Chicken in Lettuce Wrap" You'll experience a new way of preparing a meal without using measurements but instead using taste.
Chef Woo Can Cooking Classes are available now under "Booking Now" tab.
The second service being offered is a Asian Market Food Tour. You made the decision to eat healthy. One of the ways was to check out Asian vegetables in your local supermarket. You go and you see bean sprouts pre-packaged, very big Bok Choy and some Napa Cabbage but the veggies look brownish wimpy and the bean sprouts look a little brownish and a lot of moisture. The ginger looks wrinkly and very dry.
Is the produce fresh? how long has it been sitting in the produce section? Sell, Chef Woo Can will be your guide to an Asian Food Market and he will point out all the fresh produce that Asians frequent, so it must be fresh. He's offer you a guide of each produce that's popular and will explain the various taste and skills needed to make a fresh delicious meal. Chef Woo Can will show you the different food aisles where frozen pre-packaged goodies are located, Ramen Noodles, Asian kitchen pottery, various sauces, condiments and to top it off a nice Ramen Noodle lunch. For any shopping you'll receive 10% off and your lunch is included in the price. A wealth of healthy information along with easy and simple recipes.
So, start off the New Year right "Year of the Rat" and eat healthy and feel good!
By Chef Woo Can at www.chefwoocan.com
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