Where to welcome the new year is a question we all ask ourselves as January approaches. Here are some pros and cons of celebrating it at home.
Celebrating the arrival of the new year usually means spending a lot of money eating out or partying. Here are five ideas for a fun night in instead.
Christmas carols are part of the holiday tradition, and there’s nothing better than pairing them with some traditional and delicious holiday delicacies.
I’m sure I could never survive without chocolate. I’ve tried, and it’s proven to be impossible! It’s been a part of my life since I was a little girl.
Potluck gatherings are a tried-and-true tradition that brings together family, friends and coworkers to celebrate food and our favorite dishes.
The unparalleled aromas and flavors of the ingredients used in Latin American dishes are something I yearn for—but sometimes, you have to improvise.
During the holidays, and with a refrigerator full of leftovers, you can create the most delicious and original bento box of the year.
During the Christmas season, the amount of snacking my family does always goes up—and nutmeg takes center stage when I’m cooking wintery snacks.
Creating Christmas ornaments with your children is an activity you can all enjoy very much as a family, and it can help you save during the holidays.