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Piñata Party
It's a fun, messy job to make a pi ata! But who cares about the mess when the kids have so much fun? Homemade pi atas are smaller and easier to open than most storebought ones - plus you and the kids can design your own fanciful animals and creations.

 

An Easy Outdoor Party
Enjoy the warm weather with a casual cocktail party with plenty of good food.

 

Ice Cream! We All Scream for Ice Cream Sundaes!
Make-your-own-sundae parties and get-togethers are always big hits. With young and old because who doesn't like ice cream?

 

Planning a Birthday Party for Three-Year-Olds
When your son or daughter turns three, you might decide it's time for a "real" birthday party, complete with other kids and party games. What fun!

 

Chili, Chili, Chili!
Fiery, filling chili, piping hot cornbread, and a big tossed salad are the perfect ingredients for a casual party with a bunch of old friends who love football as much as you do!

 

How to Throw a Cocktail Party!

There are any number of reasons why cocktail parties are popular again, and heading the list is the fact that they are easy. Plus, you can entertain a relatively large group of friends and neighbors (or business associates) with minimal fuss. Here’s how to have a great party — and enjoy it at the same time!


 

Football for the Beginner
For those uninitiated in the game of football, following is a quick guide to the game that many hail as America's favorite sport.

 

A Jack & Jill Wedding Shower!
In many parts of the country, the tradition of a ladies-only bridal shower is a distant memory. Both the bride and groom appreciate being celebrated and -- most of all -- having a party that includes close friends and family members who want to wish them well.

 

Make a Holiday Splash. Throw a Party!
If you are considering throwing a big party, the holidays are the perfect time to do so. Everyone is in a festive mood, the stores are filled with goodies, and your house will be decked out in its best finery.

 

A New Year's Eve Dinner
A simple New Year's Eve dinner for a few close friends lets you avoid the crowds, bypass the headaches about babysitters, save some money, and still welcome 2018 in high style.

 

How to Throw a Cocktail Party!

There are any number of reasons why cocktail parties are popular again, and heading the list is the fact that they are easy. Plus, you can entertain a relatively large group of friends and neighbors (or business associates) with minimal fuss. Here’s how to have a great party — and enjoy it at the same time!


 

Plan a Christmas Cookie Decorating Party!
At this time of year, nothing could be more fun than a cookie decorating party!

 

A Holiday Open House
Your house is decorated to the nines, the tree is trimmed, and the presents are wrapped. Why not open your front door and invite neighbors and friends to celebrate the season?

 

Meringues for the Holidays

The holidays are hard for sweets lovers who may be watching their weight and their health. Too much butter, flour, whole eggs, and chocolate is not a good thing. What to do? Try meringue!


 

Shortcut Hors d’Oeuvres for Your Holiday Party

Whether you’re throwing a large or small holiday party, the key to success is to plan ahead. Good organization frees up your time on the day of the party so that you can relax once the festivities begin. Luckily, a lot of party food is easy to come by, particularly if you live near good specialty and gourmet shops. Even supermarkets carry a lot items custom-made for a party.


 

Hors d’Oeuvres for a Holiday Party
Whether you re planning a large or small holiday party, the key to success is to plan ahead. This frees up your time on the day of the party so that you can relax and enjoy the festivities once they begin. Luckily, a lot of party food is easy to make

 

Sunday Football Party
Whether you are entertaining family or a large assortment of friends, an afternoon-into-evening "Big Game" party can be very simple or edge toward extravagant. But it should never be formal or stuffy!

 

Football for the Beginner
For those uninitiated in the game of football, following is a quick guide to the game that many hail as America's favorite sport.

 

Plan a Christmas Cookie Decorating Party!
At this time of year, nothing could be more fun than a cookie decorating party!

 

A Casual Summer Party
There is no better time for casual entertaining than now. Lazy summer weekends are great times to get together with good friends to enjoy seasonal bounty.

 

An Easy Outdoor Party
Enjoy the warm weather with a casual cocktail party with plenty of good food.

 

Chili, Chili, Chili!
Fiery, filling chili, piping hot cornbread, and a big tossed salad are the perfect ingredients for a casual party with a bunch of old friends who love football as much as you do!

 

A Holiday Open House
Your house is decorated to the nines, the tree is trimmed, and the presents are wrapped. Why not open your front door and invite neighbors and friends to celebrate the season?

 

A Summer Buffet
When contemplating a summer party, think easy. If you serve a meal that can made ahead of time and served as a room-temperature buffet, you will only have to arrange the food on platters once the party begins. What could be better? The great thing a

 

Sunday Football Party
Whether you are entertaining family or a large assortment of friends, an afternoon-into-evening "Big Game" party can be very simple or edge toward extravagant. But it should never be formal or stuffy!

 

A New Year's Eve Dinner
A simple New Year's Eve dinner for a few close friends lets you avoid the crowds, bypass the headaches about babysitters, save some money, and still welcome 2018 in high style.

 

Meringues for the Holidays

The holidays are hard for sweets lovers who may be watching their weight and their health. Too much butter, flour, whole eggs, and chocolate is not a good thing. What to do? Try meringue!


 

Ice Cream! We All Scream for Ice Cream Sundaes!
Make-your-own-sundae parties and get-togethers are always big hits. With young and old because who doesn't like ice cream?

 

Shortcut Hors d’Oeuvres for Your Holiday Party

Whether you’re throwing a large or small holiday party, the key to success is to plan ahead. Good organization frees up your time on the day of the party so that you can relax once the festivities begin. Luckily, a lot of party food is easy to come by, particularly if you live near good specialty and gourmet shops. Even supermarkets carry a lot items custom-made for a party.


 








 
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