Make-Ahead Mother’s Day: Tips and Recipes for Breakfast or Brunch

Want to fête Mom with breakfast in bed or leisurely brunch? Get tips and recipes that will make it a breeze.

How to Host a Tea Party

Dust off your teapot! We’ve got great ideas and deliciously easy recipes fit for a modern tea party.

9 Gorgeous Desserts for Springtime

Spring is the perfect time of year to embrace pretty desserts from tarts to cakes and everything in between. Whether you love to go all-out with strawberries or drench cake in glossy chocolate, we’ve got recipes for that show-stopping dish at the end of the meal.

DIY Seed Starters: Turn Trash into a Garden Treasure

With the season’s egg dyeing and deviled-egg eating, chances are you’re starting to collect a few extra egg cartons around the house. Don’t throw them away!

With a little help from ScrapKins and Whole Kids Foundation®, you can easily turn those cardboard pods into seed starters for your spring garden.

Don't Toss That! Part II: Creative Uses for Everyday Food Scraps

Food waste is a hot topic. Check out these genius strategies for reusing kitchen scraps.

Growing Plants from Kitchen Scraps

Making the Most of Your Easter Leftovers

While a table loaded with food is wonderful during your Easter celebration, it also means you could have plenty of leftovers to use. Don’t fret! Here are my suggestions for using up the last of your holiday ham, lamb, eggs, and more.

Spring Baking with Special Diets

When you’re entertaining, it’s important to make sure every one of your guests has something yummy to eat. Here are my recommendations for special diet baking this spring!

Passover: How to Eat the Rest of the Week

The Passover Seder menu gets all the attention this time of year, with perfecting Bubbe’s matzah ball soup, scrounging up some edible gefilte fish, and of course slow cooking the brisket. But what about the other seven days of meals? Here are some tips for eating well this Passover, without sacrificing flavor for tradition

Passover: How to Prepare for Your Seder

Between the Seder plate, symbolic meal, and staying within the Kosher for Passover rules, planning a Seder can be a stressful experience. Whether you are serving a meal for 4 or 40, Amy Kritzer of What Jew Wanna Eat has some tips to ensure an enjoyable experience.


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