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Party Central

A Month-by-month Guide to Entertaining on the Cheap : Festive and Frugal Ideas for Every Occasion
(Book - 2004 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
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Throwing a fabulous fete doesn't have to mean breaking the bank. The editors of Budget Livingmagazine, the leading experts on living large and spending small, show everyone how to be both festive and frugal, with all the tools needed to become a host with the most of everything (except money). From New Year's Eve to the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving to Valentine's Day, this innovative guide will inspire readers to celebrate every major holiday, as well as a few minor ones-Oscar night, say, or the Kentucky Derby-with warmth, wit, and personality. Packed with inspiring ideas, easy-to-follow recipes, detailed hopping lists, music suggestions, and step-by-step directions, Party Centraldelivers a good time at a great price. Learn: - How to find the perfect party theme for any occasion-from January through December - Where to buy (and how to make) decorations guaranteed to turn guests' heads - Strategies for stocking a bar without going broke - Recipes for cooking up easy, inexpensive, yet elegant fare-from home-made sugared pecans to decadent DIY fortune cookies - Games and tunes to keep the guests movin', groovin', and having a fabulous time
Title: Party central
a month-by-month guide to entertaining on the cheap : festive and frugal ideas for every occasion
Publisher: New York : Berkley Pub. Group, c2004.
Characteristics: 192 p. :,col. ill. ;,28 cm.
Notes: At head of title: Budget living.
Includes indexes.
"A Perigee book."
Local Note: HU : 2004-09-10.
15 18 53 133 143 167 210 211 226 250
Additional Contributors: Hackett, Kathleen
Alternate Title: Budget living party central
ISBN: 0399530223
Statement of Responsibility: [edited by Kathleen Hackett]
Subject Headings: Parties. Cooking Table setting and decoration.
Genre/Form: Cookbooks.
Topical Term: Parties.
Cooking
Table setting and decoration.
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Jul 23, 2011
  • EuSei rated this: 0.5 stars out of 5.

This is an adolescent, immature "party" book. It's like a bunch of frat kids gathered and put it together. The more outrageous absurd they created is a 4th of July cup cake with a "peace" symbol as decoration. How do these idiots think independence was achieved? That's what happens when we no longer teach kids the US Constitution! Zero stars for bad taste.

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