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Do you ever feel a slight wave of nausea when giving a toast at a wedding, birthday party or family gathering? You are not alone. People who don’t give speeches for a living (which is most of us) can feel anxious about speaking in public. Rambling is one of the most common threats for those who are unprepared, and it’s also a really easy to do when you are nervous. Here are some tips that can help you give a truly notable toast.
Host the ultimate ice cream party! Ice cream has been a favorite dessert since the colonial days. George Washington served ice cream to guests from his Mt. Vernon home at what could have been one of the first ice cream parties held in the United States. Celebrate this old-fashioned delicacy your own way by adding a new spin on hosting an ice cream party.
Sometimes, pickles hit just the right spot. Whether you need pickles for a your next outdoor party or want just one to satisfy your sour tooth, a nice cold jar of pickles can save the day. A lot of people can bushels of cucumbers. This process involves a lot of sterilization, processing and time. Save yourself the effort and make delicious homemade pickles by using your refrigerator.
Holding yoga poses and cocktails sounds a bit like an oxymoron or at least a good way to pull a groin muscle, but that hasn’t stopped yoga studios across the country from hosting happy hours. Lots of studios are finding that students much prefer staying and socializing after class to running off with their yoga mats. While the trend isn’t exactly sweeping the nation, you can host your own Yogatini Hour with some friends and try it out yourself.
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People have been preserving food since the cavemen. In fact, humans would store game in cool caves or packed snow during prehistoric times. It wasn’t until the advent of a compressor with a refrigerant in the last quarter of the 19th century that indoor refrigeration was possible. Refrigeration slows down the growth of bacteria that cause foodborne illnesses. Bacteria grow rapidly between the temperatures of 40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Nothing drums up excitement for a barbeque like food shopping. Aisles of tantalizing meat, shelves of fluffy buns and rows of swoon worthy pastries can make anyone overbuy. To make matters worse, guests usually arrive with enough food to feed an army. Don’t throw away your perfectly cooked (or somewhat burnt) hotdogs, hamburgers and pork. Transform your barbeque leftovers into noteworthy meals. Who knows? You might host your next barbeque just for the leftovers.
Dinner parties have the ability to introduce, or contribute to, a level of chaos in your home. Ringing phones, undercooked chicken, unfinished cocktail mixes and bills piled on the dinner table don’t exactly create a celebratory atmosphere. Luckily, Stirrings has you covered when it comes to easy-to-create fresh tasting cocktails that fit any occasion. And we have the answer for creating a gorgeous centerpiece in five minutes or less.
Living near family and friends is a luxury not shared by all. In fact, research indicates that 43 percent of the population has moved outside of the state that they consider home. Likewise, it can be hard to get people all together for a happy hour or cocktails even when they live near you. Life’s hectic pace can turn people into strangers if you aren’t vigilant about scheduling time with those you love. By hosting a cocktail time remotely, you are able to catch up, laugh and remember the past in a fun and unusual way thanks to technology.