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by Justina Huddleston
Justina Huddleston is an editor and the head writer for TDmonthly Magazine. She has been a freelance writer for several years, though her real passion is cooking. You can see the recipes she creates on her vegan food blog, A Life of Litt...
Sure you can host a party — just cook a big batch of somethin' and invite everyone over.
One sip of this big-batch cocktail and you'll know sangria is best in the winter.
Make a big bowl of this punch for your party — your guests will think it's peachy keen.
Keep out winter's chill with a big batch of this sunny, tropical pineapple sangria.
The best part of this Mediterranean couscous salad is the fact that it goes with almost any main dish.
Make a pan of these chicken Parmesan sliders and feed happy party guests all night long.
Juicy, cheesy and meaty, these French dip sliders are what party-goers' dreams are made of.
Serving a crowd doesn't get easier than making this chicken-stuffed French bread.
Spice up your holiday gathering by serving a few pans of these baked chicken tacos.
Warm your guests right up with a big pot of this Italian ribollita soup.
Served on toast, over polenta or tossed with pasta, this sheet pan ratatouille feeds a crowd.
Mix things up at your next party by serving sizzling sheet pan fajitas instead of the same old fare.
Wow your party guests by serving up plates of this hearty, flavorful and slightly spicy Chinese beef.
Add a side of cornbread or biscuits and this big batch of sausage and beans is a fun, filling party meal.
Healthier than most casseroles, this spaghetti squash dish is perfect for a crowd.
Whip up a batch of these smoky, salty green beans to accompany the main course at your holiday dinner party.
Serve this pulled pork with some slider buns and watch your ravenous guests go wild.
This tropically inspired recipe makes 4 pounds of chicken, enough for a roomful of party-goers.
Succulent pork loin marinated in balsamic vinegar, garlic and rosemary is a real crowd-pleaser.
Serve up warm mugs of this slow cooker hot chocolate (spiked?), and your party will be the talk of the town.
Dessert for a crowd doesn't have to be stressful thanks to this pumpkin slab pie.
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