You're no idiot, of course. You always keep your refrigerator well stocked, your kitchen spotless, and even have time to bake those chunky chocolate chip cookies all your kid's friends love. But when it comes to planning and hosting a party, you feel as if you're trying to assemble a jigsaw puzzle whose pieces don't fit. Don't throw in the towel yet! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Entertaining provides you with terrific suggestions and step-by-step instructions on everything from planning the menu to shopping, cooking, and cleaning up. Whether you're a novice host or seasoned veteran, feel confident about throwing a sit down dinner for 4 or a surprise party for 400. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get:
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Discover quick and easy ways to...Cope, stay sane, and enjoy your own party...Create almost any kind of menu whether for your co-workers, friends, or in-laws...Equip your kitchen and stock your bar...Buy and rent glassware, linens, and all kinds of props and equipment.Review:
Take the advice of Cleveland food writer Holly Collins and local design consultant Thomas Randleman. The authors of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Entertaining Collins and Randleman offer goof-proof tips to ensure that there's no place like your own home for the holidays. -- Cleveland Magazine, November 1997
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