An easy-to-follow guide for eight friends to cook a restaurant-style meal at home for half the cost
Medford, NJ (Release 11/01/07) If you like hosting dinner parties at your house, having fun times bonding with friends, and eating good international cuisines, but you don't like preparing for it and cooking everything, then you'll love what John Perides has organized for you. Home Cooking Parties for Eight is not just like any other cook book, it is more of an entertainment and relationship building book that shows how eight friends can come together, share the expenses and work of putting on a gourmet meal for themselves, and enjoy a wonderful time in the process.
Home Cooking Parties for Eight is an easy-to-follow guide that contains complete and easy-to-understand instructions for staging fifteen different five-course meals or parties, shopping lists for every participant, recipes for every item on the menu, a schedule for when to start preparing and when to serve, and a breakdown of assignments for everyone. It is so well organized; you don't even have to read it. Just send out the shopping lists and wait for everyone to arrive for the dinner party. This is one book you will not just read, but will also enjoy sharing with your circle of friends. It's time to have fun with friends while preparing a good home-cooked international meal. Take the pressure off the host and divide the tasks and expenses evenly among the participants. Let everyone experience only fun at your next dinner party with good company and good, freshly cooked food.
This is a perfect way to enjoy good food and good friends at home. Whether you are a skilled or unskilled cook, you can create gourmet meals without advance preparation. To order a copy of Home Cooking Parties for Eight, you can visit the Home Cooking Parties website at http://www.homecookingparties.com.
About the Author
John Perides is half Greek and half Italian. Everyone on both sides of his family loved food and loved cooking big, so a lot of good family times were shared over the dinner table as he grew up. His dad was born in New York City and in keeping with his Greek bloodlines, was in the food business, owning a butcher shop in Brooklyn which he opened right after returning from WWII. While John worked there on weekends and in the summer from the age of 8 right through college, his parents harbored the American dream that he would finish college and work with his mind, not his back. This happened, but it did not change his Greek/Italian roots and instincts. Somehow food would play a part in his life. So for the last 40 years, John has eaten food, cooked it, entertained with it and built friendships around it. He even invented the Home Cooking Parties for Eight way he and his friends could share in the cost and work of putting on great home dinner parties. Now he is ready to share his secrets with everyone.