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Preparing for a party for the Big Game? Football season is back! You know how I love to fancy things up and add my personal style to everything I do. Style isn’t just about the clothes you wear or how you decorate your home. I also put style into how I serve my favorite treats. So today, I’m here to show you how to make your game time grub fancy in a four simple ways.
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As an Asian, any type of party we have always include Asian food. Dishes like egg rolls, spring rolls, stir-fry, noodles and fried rice are some of the staples you’ll find in our gatherings. Yes, even on Thanksgiving, there’s at least one Asian food in the spread. And with so many parties lined up during the Holidays, not to mention Lunar New Year is coming sooner than you think, I thought I’d share some ideas on how to prepare some Asian food in a flash! Better yet, make it a complete Asian theme party that you can do in minutes. It’s possible!
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We are on our way to bright and warmer weather guys! That means it’s time to get out of hibernation. That also means parties here and there. If you are planning to host a party and looking for cool desserts to serve, I’m here to share with you a fun idea. How about setting up a Mix and Match Toppings and Cups Dessert Bar? I thought it would be a fun way to serve dessert after discovering the new EDY’s® Frozen Custard.
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s talk about an Intimate Christmas Eve Dinner setup. I hope you get tablescape and decoration ideas for Christmas or perhaps for another dinner (sans the Christmas touches) you’re planning in the near future. The table setting and menu planned was for 2 people (and a 4-legged baby). But you can definitely recreate this for more guests and add in more dishes to accommodate the number of people you are having over.
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s talk about a simple Valentine’s Day brunch setup. And by simple, I mean styling even the simplest of brunches such as bacon and eggs. You don’t have to go all out and create something crazy and fancy. All it takes is styling up tried and tested all-time favorites. Because… bacon. Bacon people. What man doesn’t like bacon?