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Martha Storey

Martha Storey
Martha and John Storey founded Storey Communications, Inc. in 1983. Storey's Basic Country Skills has no one specific author, it is a compilation of the best of Storey's projects, plans, and sage advice. John and Martha's experience rings loud and true throughout the book. Their vision, combined with the editorial expertise of Deb Burns (also a Storey author!) brought this treasury of country wisdom to fruition.

Martha also lent her party-planning advice to Keeping Entertaining Simple. She has mastered the art of relaxed hostessing, whether giving small dinner parties for close friends or large corporate picnics, and she shares her secrets and inspiring ideas with readers. John and Martha have three children and five grandchildren. They live in western Massachusetts.

Keeping Entertaining Simple : 500 Tips for Carefree Gatherings
Martha Storey

Entertaining can be simple — and simply wonderful!

You can host worry-free gatherings with family and friends without a lot of time, money, or energy. All you need is a desire to spend time with people you care about and this reassuring collection of ideas for entertaining with minimum fuss and maximum fun.
    In Keeping Entertaining Simple you'll find:
  • Easy theme party plans
  • Crowd-pleasing recipes and ideas
  • Tips for getting guests to help
  • Special parties for small children and young adults
  • Simple, meaningful holiday celebrations
  • Techniques for embracing spontaneity

500 Treasured Country Recipes from Martha Storey and Friends
Martha Storey
Martha Storey, country-living publisher for more than 17 years, draws on her country roots to bring you the time-honored classics of the American country kitchen.

Here you’ll find simple, mouthwatering dishes with the country soul, potluck-supper recipes that are never out of style, and family favorites that you will hand down to your children and grandchildren.

Recipes include Mimi’s Sunday Pot Roast, Blueberry Sour Cream Pancakes, Daddy’s Banana Pudding, Perfect Grilled Vegetables, Peach Cobbler Ring, Aunt Ina’s Relish, and hundreds more!

Martha also shares techniques for such things as making cheese, reserving food, pulling taffy, baking bread, and making pies and ice cream.

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