Hosting a Food Should Taste Good Gathering

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One of the things I love to do the most, other than cooking, is to entertain for family and friends.  When I had the opportunity to get together with friends to host a party for Food Should Taste Good I was excited.  I made some different dips some salsa, cheese dip and cheese platter with fruits. Also a guacamole with some crabmeat and sliced cucumber with smoked salmon with capers.  I had a couple of bottles of wine for my wines drinkers and some beer for my beer lovers.  To entertain I placed my chips on a long party platter. I set 4 flavors of the Food Should Taste Good tortillas blue chips, guacamole, olive and sweet potato.  Everyone had their favorite flavor. Food Should Taste Good has a great variety for a get together and party. 

All chip varieties are gluten free, cholesterol free, have zero grams trans fats. They are also certified Kosher.  Plus, many varieties are certified vegan. Which is a plus when purchasing chips for parties.

Remember to get creative with your parties.  People tend to eat with their eyes first so make the setting appealing and interesting.  Try and bring flavors of spice and sweet to the table.  If you don’t drink alcohol make virgin cocktails or provide refreshments of a sort.  Bottom line is you want to have fun and enjoy your guests.

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