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How To Host An Elegant, All-Dog Dinner Party

WARNING: Do not actually eat these dogs! They look like food but they are straight-up dogs. If you want something cute you can actually eat, that’s what Cuties are for.

1. As guests arrive, put out some light hors d’oeuvres

2. Make sure everyone has something to drink

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(And obviously have a non-alcoholic option available)

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3. Traditionally you’ll want to start with some kind of salad…

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4. …and maybe a soup.

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5. (Although in colder weather you may want to serve something heavier, like a stew)

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Depending on how fancy your party is, you have several solid options:

6. Roast chicken and potatoes is a classic

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7. You can’t go wrong with a pot roast

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8. And for the truly elegant, there’s always lobster

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9. Pro Tip: If people are bringing their kids to the party, have some more casual options available

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10. When everyone’s done with the main course, class it up with some espresso

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11. And make sure everyone leaves room for dessert

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