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How do you spell hostessing?

That is the correct spelling of the word "hostessing", which was properly hosting until "to hostess" became a verb, as did "to waitress".
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What is a sentence for hostess?

She was a hostess of a party not even hers. His hostess just got up and left. Why do parties need hostesses? Come have fun! Stop being a hostess! The hostess hasn't stopped p (MORE)

What does an IHOP hostess do?

Greet the customers, seat the customers, be there for them (asking them if they want drinks, any problems with their food, etc) cashing them out, and taking to go orders by ph (MORE)

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What is a hostess gift?

A hostess gift is a gift given to your host or hostess as a sort of 'pre-thank you' for having you. A bottle of wine, flowers or maybe even gourmet coffee are common hostess g (MORE)

Bringing a Homemade Hostess Gift to a Party

A homemade gift is always personal and often less expensive than store-bought options, when taking a hostess gift to a party. Being prepared and thinking ahead what the prefer (MORE)

10 Last-Minute Hostess Gifts for the Holidays

With holiday planning and countless parties to attend, it's sometimes easy to forget about gifts for the hosts, until you're walking out the door. Since it's last-minute, thin (MORE)

How to Plan a Successful Summer Barbecue

A summer barbecue is one of life's simple pleasures. With so much fresh and seasonal food, the menu can be very easy to plan, either ahead of time or even last-minute. Plannin (MORE)
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Where can you find a hostess trolley?

There are a few different companies that specialize in the sale of hostess trollies. These trollies are designed to keep food warm for a period of time. One of these companies (MORE)

What is the achievements of hostess?

If you're referring to responsibilities of a host or hostess, it  would include greeting and seating customers, answering the phone,  completing orders for take out, sometim (MORE)