Town & Country Elegant Entertaining by Francine Maroukian

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Town & Country sets the standard for gracious living, and this most elegant guide to entertaining shows how to make any occasion unforgettable. Each stunning photo is an inspiration: every table looks beautiful, every dish delicious, every decoration exquisite. Whether the plans include a formal dinner, relaxed buffet, cocktail party, open house, or outdoor event, these ideas plus loving, careful planning will ensure success. Here are basic guidelines for being a good host and advice on finding the approach that’s right for you and appropriate to the celebration. Inside stories from those renowned for their entertaining abilities reveal how they make people feel comfortable and get them to mingle, how they handle the cooking and decorating, and how they stay cool and collected through it all.
The author lives in Philidelphia, PA.

About Francine Maroukian

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Francine Maroukian is a frequent contributor to Town & Country, Esquire, and Travel + Leisure, and is the author of Chef's Secrets (Quirk, 2004).
Published October 1, 2003 by Hearst. 176 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Cooking. Non-fiction

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