From setting the table to serving the meal, we've got all the bases covered. Check out the articles in this section for tips and tricks to help you create the perfect menu for any occasion.
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10 Creative Ways to Use Banana Peppers
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Top 10 Favorite Cheesy Dishes
Top 5 Influences on Regional Cooking in the United States
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How to Order Off the Menu
10 Things Your Barista Doesn't Want You to Know
10 Dinner Party Themes Your Guests Will Love
5 Dinner Party Cooking Games
5 Dinner Party Table Setting Ideas
Home Made Simple Recipes
Great Traditional Brunch Foods
5 Best Food and Drink Pairings
5 Italian Dishes Kids Can Make
5 Tips for Making the Perfect Panna Cotta
Should you use mascarpone or ricotta for cannoli?
Spread Holiday Cheer With a Good Mulled Beer
What Is Candy Corn and How Is It Made?
Why Turkey Fryers Explode
10 International Dishes Perfect for Summer
10 Foods that Are in Season in the Fall
BBQ Pitmasters Recipes
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Thanksgiving Day can be the stuff of memories, and cooks everywhere plan their menus carefully, plot out their seating arrangements and strategize their approach to dinner. What can you do to make your feast a success?
By Sara Elliott
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Symbolic foods are an integral part of the festivities surrounding Chinese New Year, the most important holiday on the Chinese calendar.
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Even though most people host a traditional holiday meal with the roasted turkey and all the trimmings, some people shun tradition in favor of doing something a little different. Try the grill instead of the oven for a unique holiday dinner this year.