Need a simple yet substantive party dish to kick off the spring season? Read on.Read More »
Articles Tagged “Dinner Parties”
Resolve to entertain more in the new year -- these 15 recipes are a good place to start.Read More »
Our favorite dinner party dessert isn't a classy panna cotta or a demure tart. It's a batch of cookies baked into a skillet, gooey and warm and topped with heaps of ice cream. Here's how to do it.Read More »
We're havin' a party -- come join us.Read More »
Special occasion dinnertime mains that won't break the bank.
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A drink for every single party from now until New Years.Read More »
Graphic prints, the potato way.Read More »
How to put used cartons, crates, and baskets from the market to work at your next partyRead More »
Each week in Kickstarter Love, Feed52 will feature a Kickstarter project that focuses on food and the community. Basically, it’s about cool people doing cool things with food. This week, it's about a massive, roaming dinner party.
Family dinner has been given a lot of credit for keeping kids off drugs and parents connected. Sitting down to eat with the people you love is an age-old tradition, one that often spawns new relationships, ideas, and connections. Eating with a group—whether it's family, friends or strangers—is perhaps the most basic communal experience you can have. And one of the most fruitful.
The Feast Conference is a cross-disciplinary series of discussions dedicated to changing the world through innovation and entrepreneurship. Organizers describe the event as a "feast on big ideas" that seeks to address some of "today's toughest challenges." They ask participants to "bring their best to the table" in order to help change the world.
Amanda hails pork shoulder as the dinner party closer -- it's inexpensive, reliable and a true crowd-pleaser.Read More »