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Book By Author:  Karin Eastham

Cook the Part
 
 Cook the Part
 
 Cooking / Recipes
 
 098455632X 978-0984556328
 
 

Ready to experience a new twist on entertaining? Cook the Part is much more than a collection of recipes. It's an entertaining revolution. Each of the eight themed menus in this book is divided into parts. Your guests work in teams to cook a part of a fabulous four-course meal. Cook the Part helps you organize and create a memorable evening of hands-on cooking while enjoying the camaraderie of your guests for a phenomenal gourmet dinner. If you are intimidated by the thought of having a dinner party, let this book boost your confidence. Cook the Part allows anyone, even the inexperienced, to host dinner parties that will leave guests talking for months. The secret ingredient to your success is the perfect plan. Cook the Part provides detailed hosting plans that divide an entire gourmet menu into scripted parts, allowing groups of 6-12 participants enjoy the cooking process together. The menus offer a world of global flavors, such as Baja Fish Tacos, Greek Souvlaki or Tuscan Chicken Under a Brick. With this guide, even the most sophisticated dishes are broken down into manageable preparation steps, resulting in a fabulous dinner to be enjoyed with your friends, family, co-workers or gourmet group. Cook the Part provides you with a guide for a great teambuilding activity in the comfort of your own kitchen. Guests leave empowered with new recipes and cooking techniques to show off at home. The experience is fun, interactive and delicious.

 
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Author:  Karin Eastham