DIN­NER PARTY

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Emma. To throw a din­ner party Austen-style: send in­vi­ta­tions a month in ad­vance, dress up, troop to the ta­ble led by the high­est rank­ing lady and eat early. Austen types dine from 4pm ( Sense and Sensibility) to 6.30pm (the trendy Bin­g­leys, in Pride and Prej­u­dice). TRY IT: pick up a copy of Pen Vogler’s recipe book, Din­ner with Mr Darcy SEE IT: on our Tasty Trend pin­ter­est board

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