Thanksgiving is a holiday of many traditions, and cherished as they may be, they can also lead to lots of stress.
What occasion is complete without a tasty drink? From the most lavish affairs to the small get-togethers at home, a little sip of something sweet is a must for any festivity.
Whether you only see one side of your family on Thanksgiving or are tagging along to your better half’s Turkey Day, the holidays are a prime time for awkward conversation.
Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 97). Hoping it’s cooler next week because I’m craving comfort food as you can see!
Sometimes the front porch is the best place for a laid-back Halloween celebration. As you gather with friends and neighbors to welcome trick-or-treaters, this easy menu makes the evening even more festive with a cozy red wine hot chocolate perfect for the adults and family-friendly s'mores bars everyone can munch on.
A few days ago, we asked Kitchn's Facebook friends to tell us the best way to clean an oven. Many of you suggested the self-cleaning button, which is an option we're not always fans of.
Quick and easy weeknight dinners are an absolute must in my meal plan. And on nights when chicken is on the menu, I turn to a pack of meaty chicken thighs more than anything else.
Last week, on Instagram, I posted an on-the-fly, super-quick pasta dish I made for lunch. It was cute, little, elbow pasta tossed with the last of a jar of pesto, a few handfuls of baby kale, toasted pumpkin seeds, and a shower of lemon zest.
It comes but once a year. Oh, yes — once a year you're allowed to delve into the dark, twisted part of your mind and come up with something that'll scare the bejeesus out of people.
Ready to decorate pumpkins with your kids? Just one problem: Toddlers and knives don't mix well. So skip the traditional carving.
It's hard to beat the pleasure of comfort food. Digging into a gooey bowl of macaroni and cheese or biting into a cheesy slice of pizza has a way of making a lackluster day a little better.
Halloween is right around the corner, and so are the parties and all the wonderful treats that go with it.
Last year was my first actual Thanksgiving spent away from home with friends. And, food nerds that we are, it was decided pretty immediately that turkey was off the menu.
If chia seeds were people, they would be over-achievers with stacked resumes. These superfoods excel at pretty much everything—they’re packed with all the good stuff like antioxidants, Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, protein, and calcium.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. No, we don’t mean the holidays! We mean the period of time where two of our favorite sports, football and baseball, overlap.
Remember when everyone hated Brussels sprouts? Remember when everyone started to love them again? These small green orbs are members of the cabbage family with the same ability to be enjoyed raw in salads or slaws or turned into tender, caramelized nuggets of goodness when cooked.
Americans buy approximately 600 million pounds of candy for Halloween every year. If you're not sure what exactly that looks like, consider this: The Titanic weighed about 100 million pounds.
If you're anything like me, you throw your plastic water bottle or yogurt container into the recycling bin when you're done with it and pat yourself on the back for a job well done.
It seems like everyone — from your favorite celeb announcing they're going all veg to the countless documentaries popping up on Netflix — is talking about a plant-based diet these days.
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