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There’s nothing better than the natural high after a successful party. Thinking about the great friends and conversations brought together over good food and wine makes it all worth it. Memories of last- minute hostess stress quickly fade.
Fantastic gatherings aside, it usually takes me forever to devise a menu. I find myself wishing that I had notes of dinners and dishes past. Ironic, considering my recent conversations with Deborah Greenspan, a local author who, with Ben Goodman, is serving up a new book, “The Dinner Party Diary.”Inspired by Deborah’s book (available in select local shops and on Amazon), I took critical notes after our dinner gathering this past weekend: What worked brilliantly and what should not make the menu next time around, the setting as well as any hilarity that ensued. With more dedication to this diary, planning might be a whole lot easier next time. Here’s a snippet from our chat:
Tell us the inspiration behind The Dinner Party Diary. ....Berwyn resident Laura Koster is a freelance writer, PR specialist and longtime creative cook. Read more at www.mainlinefeast.com or e-mail email@example.com.
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