One Delightful Dinner Party, A Wild Chow How To

Once I was invited to a dinner party by my friend Lisa. It was a delightful amalgamation of friends, strangers and Italian food. It felt like family.

Five Steps to a Family Dinner Party

Step One: Invite a bunch of people to come over to your house, neighbors, friends, strangers. Chat.

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Step Two: Get some plates. Matching is nice, but any will do. Clean is nice too.

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Step Three: Bake some bread. Slice it, or don’t.

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Step 4: Make a food assembly line. Encourage large portions. Greens, pasta, bread = no fail.

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Step Five: Slice up a big dessert. Encourage large portions.

Like you didn’t already know this. But seriously, it was  a really nice dinner, full of easy company. Maybe I would feel different if I was the one hosting




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