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   • Introduction
   • Elements of Entertaining
   • Indian Cuisine

Menus for Entertaining
   • Snack and Chaat Party
   • Tea Party
   • Dosa Party
   • Barbeque Party
   • Moghul Banquet
   • Dinner by the Fire
   • Outdoor Candle Light Dinner
   • Elegant Dinner
   • Garden Party
   • Nellore Dinner
   • Thali
   • Kerala Feast

Regional cuisine
   • Hyderabad
   • Gujarat
   • Punjab

Festivals of India
   • Navratri
   • Deepawali
   • Sankranthi

Holiday Entertaining
   • Thanksgiving
   • Christmas
   • New Year’s Eve

   • Master Recipes
   • Glossary of Terms
   • Wine Pairing
   • Conversion Table
   • India Map
   • Recipe Index
   • Acknowledgements
 
 

:: Entertaining

 
 


I came to America as a young bride with very little experience in cooking or entertaining. I can still remember my first dinner party for six. I spent all day cooking nervously and had barely put together four dishes before the doorbell rang and the guests arrived. As time went by, I gained experience and developed a great passion for the finer points of cooking and entertaining. After 25 years of experience as a home entertainer, I am ready to share what I have learned. Whether it is an intimate dinner party for six or a grand gala for twenty-five people, my goal is to provide recipes and guidelines for entertaining. These are some of my favorite menus which I use to entertain my friends and family. All these parties have different themes with an Indian flair. I hope you will have as much fun as I do at your parties.

 

 
 
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