Hosting a dinner (big or small) can be a daunting task, especially if you’re going to cook.
Last week I decided to host a small dinner / girls night at my house, with 4 total people to be exact. I did not have the help of my husband, so I learned a few things along the way to make it easier. If you’ve seen the recipes on my blog, you know I love to make stuff that I can start beforehand and that makes several servings. I decided to make one of my favorite dishes, Shrimp and Pea Risotto, which also happens to be quite easy to make too. I am a fan of one-pot-meals, all your food groups represented in one dish…DONE. One thing to remember with a small group 4-6 people, is that it should be more intimate and personal, so there is no need to be too formal or stuffy.
1. Let Your Guests Bring Something
All my friends asked what they could bring. I’ve been to dinner parties where the host says they don’t need anything, but I like to feel involved in the preparation of the party instead of just being a participant. My friends are the same way. … Read Full Post