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The Outdoor Table - Recipes for Living and Eating Well - cover

The Outdoor Table - Recipes for Living and Eating Well

Alanna O'Neil

Publisher: Yellow Pear Press

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Host Simple Backyard Gatherings with a Lavish Outdoor Living Aesthetic“With recipes and pairings that are as gorgeous as they are delicious, The Outdoor Table will completely change your next alfresco meal.” —Lisa Dawn Bolton, author of On Boards#1 New Release in Garden Furnishings, Table Setting, Brunch & Tea, Family Activities, Salads, and Cookies, Holidays, and DecoratingCreate gorgeous get togethers that are fun for everyone—including youBring simple-yet-beautiful entertaining to your own backyard, the park, the beach, the forest, or other outdoor spots. Perfect for anyone who is searching for innovative hosting ideas, is a fan of fresco dining, or has an open-air space that is ideal for outside fun, The Outdoor Table gives you the tools to take your get-togethers from mundane to fabulous. Outdoor living made delightful. You can sit back with loved ones, mingle with coworkers, or host a group in en plein air and see just how simple outdoor entertaining can be. This laid-back outdoor living kit helps you host like a pro. Author Alanna O’Neil shares her insights and strategies for creating simple-yet-elegant gatherings, and with her help, you can create them too. Find the perfect aesthetic party decor to set the stage, create simple-yet-scrumptious bites your guests will love, and tuck away perfectly curated recipe lists for future gatherings while you enjoy endless conversations with company. With The Outdoor Table, you’ll be the go-to host for anything under the sun—or stars.Inside this unique party book, you’ll find:Aesthetic party essentials like decor and innovative location suggestionsDinner party do’s—from delectable dishes to table setting displaysRecipes that allow you to get out of the kitchen and spend time with your friendsIf you liked Nothing Fancy, Tables & Spreads, or Barefoot Contessa Parties!, you’ll love The Outdoor Table.
Available since: 08/09/2022.
Print length: 299 pages.

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