Whether you're throwing an intimate dinner party or a big holiday bash, I have a few helpful hints to help you host your next get-together with style and ease.
The holiday season is one of the busiest times of year when it comes to hosting friends and family. Rather than serving the standard fair of rum & eggnog or wine and beer, unique cocktails bring a flair to the party that will be sure to impress your guests, even if the turkey is slightly overcooked.
The schedule is up and the games are about to begin. The question is: "Where will you be watching the 2016 Rio Olympics from August 5th until the 21st?" And the best answer is, clearly, to host your own! So as you begin to enter party planning mode, ask yourself: "Could this be more Olympic-y?" The answer is yes, and here's how.
I love to host dinner parties, but I really don't like doing all the work. My husband is this huge foodie. I make a gourmet meal almost every day. To be honest, I like to eat well, and he does do his fair share of the cooking, but after a while, I'm over it! (Especially when he NEVER does the dishes, even when he cooks.)
Whether or not you are a football fan, this exciting sports event offers something for everyone. If you are gathering a big crowd for a "home-gating" party or watching with family, here are a few tips on how to gear-up for one of the most-watched TV events of the year.
Whether it's as an expat abroad or just one province over, those of us living away from home can't always make the trek back for Thanksgiving. This usually results in a healthy dose of FOMO for the holiday festivities back home, but not to fear -- friendsgiving is here!
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The best hosts anticipate every problem and cover off every detail, complete with Plans B through D should anything go awry
When snow hits the ground, it can only mean one thing: ‘Tis the season for hosting parties! Something about the mix of eggnog