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  • "will delight anyone whose heart plummets at the thought of cooking"

  • `When we read Rita Kong on domestic bliss in Vogue - and we always do - we recognise a woman who understands that now not everybody knows how to do basic stuff; clean, maintain. And we think she's on to something in Rita's Culinary Trickery, her nifty book about entertaining, not so much in the recipes (though they are dandy) as in asking basic questions about how to give and have a good time, how to be a good host and guest. Crucial - because we don't know how to behave, yet we don't want to be told. She says wisely that etiquette isn't important, manners are.

    YOU Magazine, Mail on Sunday
  • `If your `sophisticated' soirees end with burnt saucepans and a flood of tears, you'll love Konig's no-nonsense guide to entertaining. Full of sneaky short cuts and tips for chic and cheerful eating, it will banish the spectre of dinner-party disaster once and for all.`

    Red Magazine
  • `When it comes to entertaining children, the `trickery' is at it's best. Give children a small but full glass of fizzy drink rather than a large but almost empty one, for example. This is ultimately about successful entertaining - so make a piñata and have fun!'

    Junior Magazine
  • "A hcet's guide for a yound, would-be hostess...Pink and pretty, this book will get a novice over a first dinner party and contains some easy and stylish tips"

    Sunday Times

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