1. Location, location, location
Whether you decide to have your party in an apartment or dorm room, make sure there’s enough space for everyone to fit comfortably. You don’t want to be that one person left out of the conversation because you’re awkwardly crammed in the corner.
2. Work together
Buying fresh produce to cook for a hefty amount of people can certainly empty your wallet. Try splitting up the chef duties (and expenses) by designating each course amongst the party peeps to cut down on cost. Make sure your individual food items go together as well. As much as I love mashed potatoes and pasta, the two just don’t complement each other unless you’re carbo-loading.
3. Manage your time
Food doesn’t come from thin air. Leave plenty of time to cook, maybe even a little extra just in case something goes wrong. No one likes to wait around for food either, especially on an empty stomach.
4. Refrain from snacking
Appetizers are the pre-game for the entrée for a reason. If you eat too much, you won’t last for the main course. Trust me, I’m speaking from personal experience.
5. Have fun
Relax and enjoy each other’s company! Nothing is better than sharing and enjoying the fruit of your labor.
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