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Monday, December 18, 2006


Thanks for a rundown on what to do and not to do for throwing a party. Thankfully I'm not hosting one this christmas but attending one. I will keep your tips in mind when I do have one :) . By the way, I'm a big fan of make ahead stuff. I hate running around like a headless chicken at the last minute when the first guests start to arrive ...

Not only will I call you on all of this next Sunday, and share all of this with my almost-freaking out wife later this week, but I'll probably use it when it dawns on me that the 124 people we invited to our open house on Saturday will each bring at least one date and possibly a few kids. That's good for about 48 pounds of ground meat...

I always have a freak out before a big party. I don't know how I would ever get through the experience without my catering experience and the cook husband to make things for me (especially since I stopped doing drugs, those really did help). I think I need to check out the caterer's book for a refresher course!

Love it! love it! I always plan way too much food, think about and change the menu multiple times, make too many trips too far in advance to the grocery store... you get the idea. Love Colbert humor and now know I must get Amy's book!

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