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'What's a Hostess to Do' can solve your party problems

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By Mary Beth Breckenridge
Akron Beacon Journal
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  • "What's a Hostess to Do? -- 313 Ideas and Inspirations for Effortless Entertaining," by Susan Spungen, takes readers through all the steps i...

    Akron Beacon Journal

    "What's a Hostess to Do? -- 313 Ideas and Inspirations for Effortless Entertaining," by Susan Spungen, takes readers through all the steps involved in throwing a successful party.

Some people just seem born to entertain. The rest of us need a little guidance.
Susan Spungen is here to help with "What's a Hostess to Do? 313 Ideas and Inspirations for Effortless Entertaining."
Spungen is a former food editor at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and a culinary consultant and food stylist on the films "Julie & Julia," "It's Complicated" and "Eat, Pray, Love."
Her book takes readers through all the steps involved in throwing a successful party, from sending out the invitations to setting up a bar and gracefully breaking away from a conversation.
The book provide tips and ideas for a variety of types of parties: cocktail gatherings, sit-down dinners, holiday feasts. Recipes for 121 party foods are included.
"What's a Hostess to Do?" sells for $17.95 in paperback.

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