As you dive into holiday baking and get ready to assemble cookies plates and sweet edible gifts, take this time to remember the chocolate-lovers in your life.
Open Slideshow The Bloody Mary is a ubiquitous brunch beverage, a supposed hangover cure-all and the perfect savory sip to accompany eggs and waffles alike.
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Picture the scene: You have eggs on your plate, your eyes are a bit on the heavy side, and you're quite possibly recovering from the previous night.
Perhaps this really should be called lazy lasagna. When cheese ravioli is tossed in an abundance of marinara sauce, piled in a casserole dish, layered with even more cheese, and baked, it takes on all the good qualities of the classic layered pasta dish.
What are the holidays all about (aside from family, spiritual connections, and reflection)? They're about giving gifts that people wouldn't necessarily buy for themselves.
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I love a good no-bake cookie because they often come with the promise of a short ingredient list, with chocolate taking the lead.
(Image credit: Sugar and Cloth) Giving a bottle of liquor or wine as a gift for the holidays will never go out of style, but sometimes it's nice to take things one step further.
Wine glasses can be confusing. Beyond the basics — with stems or without, white wine and red wine — there are glasses for specific varietals.
Not feeling the tinsel garland this year? Perhaps we can interest you in one of these food-themed garlands, instead?
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I give out no less than 40 gift's of cookies every holiday season. Every person on my husband's side of the family gets one.
Winter survival comes in the form of comfort food — the richer and heartier the meal, the easier it is to handle the cold.
(Image credit: Starbucks ) What's the best way to get through the holiday season? By being merrily caffeinated, of course!
This year I found myself having friends and family over more than ever before. I moved back to my hometown this year and basically all I wanted to do was feed all the people I love.
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Some of us are safe cooks. We like to stick close to home and don't vary much from tried-and-true recipes.
This time of year, it feels like it's our duty to squeeze winter squash into every corner of our diet, whether it's on pizza, in salad, or even in dessert.
What to get a new mom? What about her kids you don't know super well? If you don't have kids of your own, this person (and her tiny human) can be especially hard to shop for.