Pardee puts the romance in holiday shopping with cooking demonstration at Highlands Village

What could be more romantic than a healthy, home cooked meal in your own home on Valentine’s Day? No need to hassle with restaurant reservations, when you get some great tips on preparing a romantic meal from Jimbo’s Naturally!, Carmel Valley’s own local natural food store. Jimbo’s food demonstration team will be at Highlands Village in Carmel Valley on Saturday, Feb. 12, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with food tastings, recipes and healthy ideas for a romantic Valentine’s Day meal.

“The homes at Highlands Village are smart, stylish and sustainable, with features that increase energy efficiency, save water and improve indoor air quality, all elements of a healthy lifestyle, that’s why we chose Jimbo’s Naturally to help us celebrate Valentine’s Day,” said Matt Sauls, regional director of marketing for Pardee Homes. “With a focus on healthy living, the gourmet kitchens at Highlands Village are the perfect setting for Jimbo’s Naturally! Home shoppers who attend our event on Saturday can also tour the model homes, talk to a loan expert and enter the hourly drawing for great Valentine’s Day prizes including dinner for two, flowers and more.”

Priced from the high $400,000s, the homes at Highlands Village combine high style and carefree living in a choice of five floor plans that have from two to four bedrooms, two and one-half baths and approximately 1,274 to 2,069 square feet. Buyers can select from a number of design options including fireplaces and a bedroom versus loft option available in some plans. An extensive list of included features such as fully-equipped kitchens, luxurious master baths and walk-in closets is complemented by Pardee’s LivingSmart® package of standard and optional measures that boost energy efficiency, save water and improve indoor air quality making Highlands Village an exciting new home choice in the coveted coastal-close Carmel Country Highlands community.

To visit Highlands Village, located at 10674 Golden Willow Trail in San Diego, from I-5, take Freeway 56 east to Carmel Country Road; go south approximately 1.5 miles and follow the signs to the sales center and models. For more information visit www.pardeehomes.com or call (858) 461-0953.

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