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Go Green for Entertaining!

Green. No longer just a color. According to Wikipedia, it has “become a symbol of environmentalism.” We hear it all the time, whether in the context of your “carbon footprint,” (the negative environmental impact you personally have), or even in promotional campaigns for reusable grocery store bags, that yes, at chains like HEB, are actually a very vibrant grass green color. Well, what about green entertainment? How can you be a host or be hosted while being environmentally responsible? I’ve decided to include posts with “Green Entertaining” recommendations for no-bake recipes, and other energy-saving entertainment ideas! Just click on the “Green Entertaining” category link on the right hand column for related posts!

After I wrote this, I realized Evite had a similar idea. Check this out for their Green Entertaining tips.



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  • Entertaining Weekend, Comin’ Right Up! « The*Rebeccammendations May 1, 2009 at 8:28 am

    […] Central TX to have a 75% recycling goal from festival waste. So, I’ll Rebeccammend it a Green Entertaining event! Click here for more […]

  • Succulent Sensations « The*Rebeccammendations July 22, 2009 at 12:14 am

    […] Green Entertaining and Home Entertaining Rebeccammendation: If you like to entertain yourself or guests at home, I Rebeccammend livening up your space to make it welcoming, innovative, and magnetic with botanical art! Stop by Big Red Sun to see what kinds of indoor or outdoor creations of all sizes they can custom-make just for you. Here’s a group of photos of the two pieces they made for me. (I had trouble narrowing down to just a few!) Add some life and a fresh look to your entertaining space! Big Red Sun can help! Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)A Must See Nursery: BIG RED SUNHanley, Boston and the Big What If?Government Has First April Deficit in 26 Years   Leave a Comment […]

  • One Fruit, Two Fruit, Red Fruit, Skew Fruit « The*Rebeccammendations September 13, 2009 at 10:31 pm

    […] or as a guest contribution to a casual meal in someone else’s home. They also go into my Green Entertaining category, since they require zero baking and the only energy used to make them is a little […]

  • 9 Layer Mediterranean Dip August 9, 2010 at 11:23 pm

    […] healthy eating blog (only half-eaten). I am also proud of the fact that it falls into my “Green Entertaining” category, since it’s a no-bake recipe, and takes more energy to devour it than to make […]


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