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Entertaining family and friends in your home can be a daunting task for some people. Luckily, longtime Food Network personality Giada De Laurentiis is a pro at throwing parties and is offering her expertise to viewers. Her goal is to prove that throwing a bash can be easy while also being enjoyable for the host and guests. Whether preparing for a casual night in with friends or an epic tailgate for football fanatics, De Laurentiis has tips to help plan the party, including crowd-pleasing food and drinks that can be served.

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Giada De Laurentiis invites friends over to hang out, watch movies and enjoy breakfast for dinner; smoked trout frittata, sausage and parmesan waffles, honey nut panna cotta and a goodnight mary bar.
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Giada De Laurentiis treats Jade to a special day of mother-daughter fun and a delicious dinner.
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For a traditional family dinner, Giada's menu includes casual but hearty dishes like baby back ribs with spicy peach barbecue sauce, spaghetti with zucchini and squash, baby lettuces with spicy vinaigrette, and a chocolate chip-red wine bundt cake.
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Giada De Laurentiis hosts her second annual Film Festival Party and invites her guests to make their own short films.
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Giada De Laurentiis throws a cocktail party that features mini-bite appetizers of favorite comfort foods; her menu includes BLT bites, crispy salami and cheese egg rolls, chocolate hazelnut madeleines and bourbon milk.
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Giada De Laurentiis and her daughter Jade host an Easter-themed family brunch with a menu that includes Giada's spin on traditional Italian holiday dishes.
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Giada De Laurentiis brings out the comfy outdoor seating, cozy blankets and a DIY outdoor theater for a movie night under the stars.
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Giada transports her guests to the exotic island with a Sicilian menu that features bucatini a la clams casino, cannoli panna cotta, simple eggplant parm and nonna pizza.
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Giada De Laurentiis organizes a dog park picnic inspired by her dog, Bruno, for her friends with furry pals.
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There's nothing Giada De Laurentiis loves more than an over-the-top costume party, and she goes all out with a Big Hair Rocker Party.
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Giada De Laurentiis hosts an elegant outdoor lunch made with fresh garden ingredients to thank some of her friends and family for the special things they've done for her; the menu includes crispy goat cheese salad, Moroccan lemon chicken and more.
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Giada De Laurentiis knows there are few things more special than being invited over to someone's home for a dinner party; she hosts a formal dinner with a multi-course meal including whole roasted beef tenderloin with peperonata and more.
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After a recent trip to Capri, Italy, Giada De Laurentiis hosts a lunch party that celebrates the island and one of its most inspiring ingredients -- the lemon.
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Jade loves chocolate just as much as her mother, so Giada is hosting a chocolate-themed Valentine's Day party for her and her friends.
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Giada De Laurentiis gets in the game day spirit and keeps folks entertained before kickoff by hosting a pre-game burger bash.
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Giada's pasta buffet with leftovers includes pasta with creamy white beans, baked pasta rigatoni with sausage, crispy orzo salad, and Cacio e Pepe Gnocco Fritto.
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Giada's casual weekend brunch with friends includes sweet and spicy bacon bites, a Dutch Daddy and chocolate cheesecake stuffed French toast, and spiked chocolate and coffee milkshakes.
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Giada hosts a big Italian family Easter celebration, complete with giant chocolate eggs filled with candy; dishes include simple spring salad, pesto and prosciutto asparagus, sweet and smokey lamb ribs and baked mushroom rigatoni with kale gremolata.
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Giada hosts a groovy '70s bash, with guests donning their best throwback outfits; Giada puts a modern spin of some of the decade's most popular foods, including Waldorf panzanella, sweet and sour shish kebabs, Italian helper and Giada Wallbangers.
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Giada invites friends over while she tests various panino recipes and combinations for her new restaurant in Las Vegas; menu items include a France meets Italy panini, a chicken and pepperonata panini, and a royal beef tenderloin panini.
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Giada and her daughter, Jade, invite Jade's friends over for a paint and tie-dye party; the menu gets an artistic touch with bacon and jam sandwiches, lemon speckled green bean salad and rainbow sodas.

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