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Family Entertaining

• They Keep It In the Family. Holy acrobats-light show-unicycles y'all- Ringling Brothers brought it. And now, they're bringing
Easter Sunday is a time for family and friends to gather and enjoy a special meal together. If you are hosting this meal at your home, you are probably focused on making sure that the foods you cook and bake will be items that everyone will enjoy. But, you also need to remember many details beyond the food to truly be a hospitable host.
Food stylist and cookbook author Susan Spungen knows a thing or two about entertaining.
Forget those run-of-the-mill, standard party ideas. I did some serious digging to arm you with new, interesting and tons-of-fun themes that will stand out.
Cooking a whole meal without animal products can sometimes strike fear in our hearts.
With recipes like Nutella-stuffed French toast, you can't go wrong.
Hint: it includes the words 'mayonnaise' and 'burrito'.
For Mother's Day, bringing Mom breakfast in bed is special... if you're five years old! It's time to treat Mom to a fabulous Mother's Day brunch.
This kind-of-vichyssoise-but-not-really was the result of my mother's legendary foresight.
'No more PB&J for your finicky eaters... try one of these recipes on for size instead!'
Throw an authentic Mexican party worthy of a Mariachi band serenade.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many of us just don't have the appetite to eat such large meals
It's definitely a convenience to reach for the Chinese takeout menu when you need dinner on the table right away. But once
Gather your loved ones and escape from the busy chaos of the back-to-school season with this simple, kid-friendly Sunday supper.
There aren't many treats on this planet that can beat an ice cream sundae. Is it the whipped cream? The iconic cherry on
To give you that authentic feel of being in Italy or just a great pizza parlor, we've got some great soundtrack suggestions
Our favorite thing about the Jewish New Year is the food. Surprise!
It is, I agree. If you as a host happened to snap at someone delivering backhanded compliments, should you apologize? What
Last week we talked all about Swedish Night -- this week, it's Japanese Night. We've pulled together some amazing Japanese