Holiday Party Tips From Crispers

Do you love to entertain but sometimes find it hard to juggle the day-to-day demands and throw in something fun like a holiday party with friends and family? During the holiday season though, make it a priority to do just that …even though finding the time to plan, shop, prepare and cook the food, and THEN decorate the table seems impossible. Look for timesavers to help get the job done. We have a few party tips we think might help you in throwing your next party.

When planning a menu try to focus on the main dish. Some go-to’s are a roasted turkey, pork loin or fried chicken.

Planning Thanksgiving Day? Make it something you’re thankful for, too!

The holidays are upon us and that means one thing for those of you out there who always host your family’s big dinners – it’s time to put your Pinterest boards into action.

You know the ones we’re talking about. You’ve named them things like, “A White (or as-white-as-Florida-can-get) Christmas” or “The Ultimate Thanksgiving”, and you’ve pinned things to them that would make Martha Stewart look like a hostess newbie. From recipes to table settings to decorations for every room of your house, being in charge of the holiday dinner for your family is something many hostesses don’t take lightly. Read more.

8 soups you never thought to serve at your next catered party

Fall has arrived. We’re guessing, though, that you’ve never thought about serving up a whole catered party centered around warm, delicious soups. Right? The question we’re left wondering is, Why not?!

Not only are soups one of the easiest things to serve, they’re also one of the most affordable. In Florida, it can be hard to get in the spirit of the season (thanks to our 90 degree temps that often linger into October), but who doesn’t instantly think of fall when soup is on the menu? Read more.

Two birds, one stone: Kid’s party food that adults will enjoy, too

Some people instantly think of pizza and chips when it comes to planning a kid’s birthday party, but we’re here to tell you that doesn’t have to be the case.

There are many things you can serve up that are still kid-friendly, but that the adults in attendance will want (and welcome!), too. If you get on board with offering something a little out of the ordinary (as far as kids birthday parties are concerned) at the next one you throw, you’ll surely be dubbed the hostess with the mostest on your block. Read more.