Food is the center of so many celebrations, especially this time of year. Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year's Eve--these are events when what we eat carries deep meaning. They're when cooking matters most. Here's some ideas to get you started - and to ensure an elegant finish!
Handed-down recipes are delicious little reminders of our ethnic past—and fun for the whole family. Gather your loved ones 'round, roll up your sleeves, and savor the season.
You don't have to buy expensive products or sacrifice taste or quality to have a gluten-free holiday. Here are some delicious gluten-free alternatives to traditional favorites.
Traditional holiday sides round out a good meal with little fuss. Try these recipes for mashed potatoes, green beans, no-cook cranberry relish, plus other celebratory favorites -- and some traditions with a twist.
Roast turkey, baked ham, and beef rib roast are centerpiece presentations that come with high expectations. But, happily, they truly aren't tricky to execute. Here's a primer to help you get these classics just right.