So you have purchased all of your gifts for family and friends, but have you planned what you are going to feed them? Let us answer your Christmas cooking questions so you will have plenty of time for any last minute gift wrapping.
Food is the centerpiece of most holidays, but that's especially true during Christmas. The turkey and trimming may get the most attention, but it's the sweet treats that bring an end to the yummy festivities.
The holidays are a time for family, friends and food, and for some, it's an opportunity to indulge in a few traditional Christmas libations. These holiday drink recipes will warm the belly and soothe the soul.
From sugar-laden cookies to beverages that can carry half a day's worth of fat and cholesterol in one glass, the holidays are full of opportunities to make poor nutritional choices. So, how can you avoid them?
At brunch, you should be sipping a Bloody Mary, not toiling over a hot stove. When the extended family is in town for the holidays, you might feel pressure to host a big to-do. These themes are heavy on creativity and light on effort.