Hi. I am Steve Poses, a caterer and restaurateur.
I am on a mission to increase home entertaining nationally. We need to have more parties at home. In fact, not just more parties, but better and easier parties. And we can have them!
My mission is only going to really take off if folks find it easier to entertain at home. As a caterer, I know how to make great parties, easier, so I wrote a book.
But first, I wrote an earlier book, The Frog Commissary Cookbook. It sold 150,000 copies, mostly in 1985, and in and around Philadelphia where I had my restaurants (including Frog and Commissary) and I still have a catering business. Since then, I have learned a lot about hosting great parties. So I spent five years putting together a 500 page book called “At Home” with a companion website called AtHomebyStevePoses.com – A Caterer’s Guide to Cooking & Entertaining.
With help from this guide, almost anyone – certainly YOU – can host More Parties. Better. Easier.
Thanks for stopping by,
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Hi, Steve – I have such fond memories of working with you on CCPA events, and of course dining at Frog and Commissary. I’m looking forward to reading “At Home” and following your blogs. My middle child (Jessie, almost 18) likes nothing better than to pore through my cookbooks (including my dog-eared Frog Commissary) and whip up food with her friends. Hoping you’ll inspire us to do more entertaining! Congratulations on your new book! Best, Ellen
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I moved to Maine from Philadelphia 10 years ago and have been wowing people here with the Oatmeal Walnut Chocolate Chip cookies from the Frog/Commissary cookbook. I have great memories of meals from both the Commissary and Frog and from events I attended when you were the caterer. I’ll make sure to get “A Caterer’s Guide.”
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