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Host Your Own Party for the Cure

This October, the folks at KitchenAid are proposing that you host a Cook for the Cure Party. By hosting a party you can help raise funds that benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and have a fabulous time doing it.

They've got the party planning down to four easy steps:

  1. Download the party kit, which includes invitations, party suggestions, recipes and entertaining tips.
  2. Plan the party. You'll have all the tools you need to determine what you need for a brunch party, a dessert party, a dinner party, etc. Be sure to ask your guests to bring a donation in lieu of a hostess gift.
  3. Fill out the donation form and gather up the donations from your guests. Mail them to the address provided.
  4. The most important step: Have a great time!

I took a quick glance at the party prep brochure, even if you're not planning on hosting a party, you'll definitely want to check out this handy resource. I've included one of the pages — recipe for cheddar crisps! — after the jump. Check it out,

Join The Conversation
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
i agree - cute apron!
Diana172 Diana172 9 years
I love the apron
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
I love this idea!
Sunshine-in-Seattle Sunshine-in-Seattle 9 years
I LOVE this idea! I'm going to do the brunch as a lead into a Seahawks football game. Bloody Mary's and pink mimosas! Drunk girls will donate a lot for the cure, then the boys will come later and donate more during the game!
tati33 tati33 9 years
oooh the crisps look yummy!
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