Pippa Middleton's Recipe and Party Planning Book Out Oct. 30

In her upcoming book, Middleton reminisces about childhood parties and talks about her newfound fame
Staff Writer

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Kate Middleton's (and now, presumably, Prince Williams') 'lil sis Pippa Middleton's party planning book is out on Amazon next week, Oct. 30, and while Middleton has naturally skewed away from any press interviews, excerpts have already leaked online.

The recipe and event planning book details Middleton's childhood parties, event ideas, and of course, her reaction to her derriere's sudden fame.

"It's a bit startling to achieve global recognition (if that's the right word) before the age of 30, on account of your sister, your brother-in-law, and your bottom. One day I might be able to make sense of this. In the meantime I think it's fair to say that it has its upside and its downside," she wrote.

Also in the book? Suggestions for Halloween parties including lollipop-studded pumpkins (made by sticking fresh fruit or mini mozzarella balls into the pumpkin), putting up "mournful ghosts" using balloons and white sheets, and also "worm-ridden jelly," and cheese straws (witches' fingers).

The book is organized around the seasons, and fall recipes include Devil's chocolate cake, toad in the hole, and tomato soup, the Telegraph reports. As for party games, the book includes "pumpkin bowling," and hanging donuts from a tree. Right. Now if only the book included Punkin Chunkin. Or a drinking game? Come on, Pippa, you're writing about your college days.

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