I want to do this!

Host a dinner party

  • Queen Purrs Like A Kitten
    Queen Purrs Like A Kitten Doing 3 cheers 2017-02-17 22:29:26

    I did this once, I invited a bunch of couples and told each person to bring their favourite dish and we supplied coffee and dessert, and I was sick as a dog that day and couldnt eat any of it, turns out I had gall stones LOL I want to tey this again... now who to put on the guest list?! 

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  • artfellow
    artfellow Doing 2 cheers 2017-03-05 03:15:30

    My parents are going on holiday in about two weeks so it will be a good opportunity for me to host something here while they're away 😆 I envision it being a indoor/outdoor BBQ kind of thing where people can bring their own food to grill on the BBQ and I can provide the bread, salad, potatoes, the basic side dishes. Would be nice!

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  • artfellow
    artfellow Doing 2 cheers 2017-05-12 20:34:05

    My partner broke his ankle last weekend and his friends have been so good to him, coming around to cook for him as well as bring take aways to the hospital. He had his surgery yesterday and is being discharged today so this definitely calls for a celebratory hot pot party with his friends to say yay and thanks. Hot pots are definitely the way to go since it's getting much colder these days.

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  • Queen Purrs Like A Kitten
    Queen Purrs Like A Kitten Doing 0 cheers 2017-05-28 07:46:43

    Hey Fellow Dinner Party goalies...

    How are you defining a "dinner party"?

    Here's one of the Google results l got...
    dinner party
    a social occasion at which guests eat dinner together.

    Then there was this one.....

    dinner party
    noun /ˈdɪn.ə ˌpɑː.ti
    US ​ /ˈdɪn.ɚ ˌpɑːr.t̬i/

    a formal evening meal to which a small number of people are invited.

    Ok... so my question is how formal or informal are you going?
    Does there need to be an occasion?
    If l were to go formal no one would come.... would love to hear everyone's ideas!

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