By Megan Myers, December 14, 2012
The holiday entertaining season is in full swing! I love getting together with friends to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s – not only because I get to see people I love, but because there’s always plenty of nibbles.
Parties featuring small bites instead of full meals make for a relaxed atmosphere and allow for a wide variety of foods. There’s always something to make every palate happy, and the small portions make it easy to visit with friends instead of being stuck at a table for a five-course dinner.
By Rebecca Joerres, December 14, 2012
See our top wine picks for the holidays and get suggested recipe and cheese pairings.
By Beau Klose, December 13, 2012
“Help!” It’s a popular phrase this time of year, especially when holiday meal plans are in their final stages. In the era of pop-up timers and guidelines aplenty beamed right to your palm, turkeys are easier to cook than ever these days.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, December 12, 2012
Joy to the world! Imagine the good we can all do by giving gifts that give back this season.
By Allison Burch, December 11, 2012
This year is our first Christmas at home, and we’re excited to start our own family traditions with our three-year old... and he’s excited about cookies for Santa!
Sure, there are baking sheets full of cookie recipes for you to tackle. But if you enjoy eating cookies more than you enjoy baking them, this store-bought solution will still please Santa (and all his little helpers): 365 Everyday Value ® Holiday Cookies in festive once-a-year flavors.
By Amber Pollei, December 11, 2012
Spread cheer to family and friends with these simple, thoughtful, delicious gifts from the garden. And while many of these ideas can be beautifully gifted in Mason jars, don’t let that scare you—there’s little to no canning involved!
Herbs for the Holidays
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, December 10, 2012
Latkes and Sufganiyot and kugel, oh my! While you’ve been dreaming about your favorite Hanukkah flavors, we've been working hard to meet your holiday needs.
By Alana Sugar, December 10, 2012
Got houseguests and not looking forward to hitting the kitchen before dawn to feed them? Try these super-simple, no-cook and almost no-cook breakfast ideas.
By Ashlea Miller, December 9, 2012
Shopping for my family during the holidays is a cinch, but when it comes to my furry family members, gift-giving becomes one big guessing game.
By Carly Price, December 8, 2012
Most teachers have already amassed a sizeable collection of holiday coffee mugs.