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The "Roses Are Red" poem is the one everyone relates to on Valentine's Day, from the time we were all kids in elementary school. And there are the variations too, like: "Roses are red, violets are blue. Onions are stinky, and so are you." Remember that one? Here's one from us: "Roses are red, violets are blue. Remember your sweetheart, Zojirushi will help you!"
In celebration of the one day of the year dedicated to LOVE, we've come up with the best Valentine's Day gift ever. Make these easy foolproof recipes and give them to your significant other in one of our Zojirushi Food Jars. The best part is that you only need to start the cooking process and fill the jar--our thermal insulation is so good, the jar will finish the cooking for you! Your efforts, whether it's one of our hearty soups or a tangy dessert, will stay warm or chilled until it's ready to be enjoyed. We guarantee this gift will be memorable!
This full flavored soup gets its name from the Italian minestra maritata, which means "married soup." It refers to the perfect marriage of its diverse ingredients--meat and vegetables.
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The ultimate comfort food, this favorite might be the most popular soup in America. Make it homemade with a lot of heart and a little bit of soul.
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This cute dessert is perfect for Valentine's Day. Serve it chilled in one of our Food Jars and you've got a sweetheart for life.
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Another healthy rice and veggie combination, the ingredients alone can tell the story of this recipe. This dish has it all--aroma, color, texture and rich in nutritious good eating.
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The iconic Red Rose is still the most popular flower given on Valentine's Day. Did you know that all the blooms have a particular symbolism attached to them that say something to the person you are giving them to? It might be wise to know some of the messages behind that bouquet you're giving--they can say a lot to the person you care about, and not just on Valentine's Day.
Roses The classic rose is timeless and captures everything about love, romance, beauty and perfection. Red roses are the most passionate and meant for lovers, pink roses are a little more casual and signify more of an admiration and sweetness of thought. White roses are thought to be pure and used most often at weddings, while yellow signifies friendship, familiarity and domestic bliss. Orange symbolizes an expression of pride or amazement, so a bouquet of these could be ideal for graduation. And finally, purple roses represent a majestic type of eternal love, primarily given on wedding anniversaries beyond 25 years.  
Daisies This cheerful flower has always been a favorite to receive because of its happy image. They are known to symbolize beauty, innocence and purity; and their availability in all the peppy colors further enhances their joyous personality.  
Tulips Most often associated with the Netherlands, the tulips convey the perfect love. The feeling is one of comfort and warmth, so tulips are a classic flower and a good choice for Valentine's Day.  
Lilies Although there are many kinds of lilies, the white Oriental lily typically stands for beauty, class and style. Because they are an expensive flower and have a dramatic appearance, a man would be perceived as sophisticated and very knowledgeable about his partner, if he were to present a bouquet of these on Valentine's Day.  
Orchids They are the flowers that send the message of seduction--a person who gives orchids is a little wilder than the person who gives a dozen roses. Orchids symbolize love, beauty and strength. They last longer than most other flowers, whether in a bouquet or a pot.  
Carnations Although associated more with Mother's Day than for Valentine's, white carnations can also be romantically symbolic of a pure and new love. They're more affordable than roses, so for a couple just starting a relationship, carnations might be ideal.  
Gardenias The elegant and fragrant gardenia signifies purity, joy and a kind of deep and old fashioned love. This is definitely the flower for a veteran couple who have been together for many years. A gift of gardenias is a clear statement on a day like Valentine's.

Source: Woman's Day Magazine
 
Food jars works like a vacuum insulated mug. You put your food directly into the vacuum insulated container, and you eat (or drink) directly out of it.
Our exclusive Zojirushi recipes are ideal for packing and go-go-going. Finish making these time saving recipes directly in your food jar!
  Vegetable Lentil Soup   Hearty Slow-Cooked Chili   Chicken and Vegetable Soup Rice Porridge   Chilled Tomato Soup   Korean Style Gukbap  
A vacuum insulated stainless food jar and lunch jar can maintain the temperature much longer than a non-insulated container.
Stainless Food Jar SW-EAE50 / Heat retention based on water at a starting temperature of 203°F (95°C),
cold retention based on water at a starting temperature of 40°F (4°C), both at room temperature of 68°F (20°C).
  Slicksteel® Finish:
Electro-polished Slicksteel® Finish resists corrosion and repels stains.
  Lid with Gasket:
Tight-fitted with gasket seals tightly to minimize leaks and maximize heat retention.
  Wide Opening:
Wide opening makes the food jar easy to fill and clean, and allows for eating directly out of the jar.
 
Zojirushi America Corporation warrants only the thermal insulation of certain vacuum insulated products against defects for a period of five years from the date of original retail purchase.
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Plastic cover around the mouth of the mug
Stopper disassembles for thorough cleaning
  Pink Cinnamon Gold Black   Wide mouth accommodates full size ice cubes
Zojirushi America Corporation warrants only the thermal insulation of certain vacuum insulated products against defects for a period of five years from the date of original retail purchase.
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