THE BLOOMINGDALE'S BOOK OF ENTERTAINING by Ariane & Michael Batterberry

THE BLOOMINGDALE'S BOOK OF ENTERTAINING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For those who believe Bloomingdale's is not a store but an attitude, this is the ultimate extension: pointers on perfect entertaining, from the ideal 48-bottle wine cellar to instructions on stifling the Odious Guest. The Batterberrys maintain that ""natural elegance"" can be acquired, and knowing the preferences and recipes of famous party-givers can help you get it. Whether you are having a barbecue or a formal dinner for 65, style is what counts. Forget your budget, and pass the camembert mousse.

Pub Date: Oct. 14th, 1976
Publisher: Random House