Helping hosts focus on what goes on around the table, not just what sits on top.
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I’m Kim, and I used to suck at dinner parties.
I used to spend more time and money than I could afford planning and organizing my dinner parties.
There’d be elaborate dishes made with exotic ingredients, fresh flowers on the table, and fancy table decor.
The parties were fun but I always felt like something was missing.
It wasn’t until I started organizing blind taste tests that I began to realize what I was doing wrong.
I was too busy focusing on how my dinner parties looked and completely forgot to address how my guests and I felt. I did zero planning to keep conversations exciting, ensuring guests got along, and make dishes that I could actually afford and make ahead.
Since then, I’ve made it a priority to focus on what goes on around the table, and far less on what sits on top.
From fun, themed dinners to affordable and make-ahead menus, I want to help you throw memorable dinner parties with far less fuss.
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