Prime-Time Party

Actress Debi Mazar gathers friends and family for an intimate bash with an unlikely star: the TV dinner. Watch what happens as she recasts this classic meal in a delicious new way.
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Invite a few old friends to hang out around the television. We're reinventing an American original: the TV dinner, complete with cute retro trays. All that's left to do is pop in The Twilight Zone (one of Debi's all-time favorite shows) on DVD, grab a fork and find the comfiest spot on the couch.

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TV Trivia: Guests watch TV while dinner sits on trays or in their laps. Did you know? The first TV dinner -- in 1954 -- played off a classic Thanksgiving feast: turkey, cornbread stuffing, peas and sweet potatoes. The price tag: 98 cents.

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Star Search: Based on the The Twilight Zone we created constellations by placing star-shaped stickers on black drink coasters.

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Background Check: Before acting in nearly two dozen TV shows, Debi worked behind the scenes as a makeup artist.

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Homeward Bound: Send guests home with leftovers they'll love: Top four-slotted plastic containers with labels made from the newspaper's TV listings.

 

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