A charming and very funny guide to entertaining etiquette from the 1950s.
Do you dread dinner parties? Is your catering catastrophic? Ethelind Fearon is here to help. In this charming 1950's guidebook you'll find suggestions for cocktails rated by technical difficulty (GVC = good and cheap; NN = not for novices), ideas for party games (how about a cork race?), as well as some of the most unappetising recipes known to mankind -- Liver Flan with curried cheese, anyone? Hilarious yet indispensable, The Reluctant Hostess will ensure you achieve excellence in all your entertaining.
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ETHELIND FEARON was a writer of mostly non-fiction. She ran a tea house, and wrote widely on cookery, including Fancy Cakes and Pastries and Home-made Sweets, Candies and Fudge.She also wrote on the joys of pig-keeping, as well as a handful of children's books including The Secret of the Chateau and The Sheep-dog Adventure.
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