You know you’ve been there: fingers caked with white frosting, sweat beading off your brow as that third gingerbread wall, both fatally lopsided and the key to all structural integrity, caves in slowly for the 12th time.
The candy cane started out as a straight stick flavored with peppermint oil that was enjoyed in Germany at Christmastime.
Scientists in Australia discovered two new species of grass. That may sound unremarkable at first. But then those scientists went and ate the grass (Because I guess that’s a thing that scientists do?
Pot pie is one of the ultimate comfort foods and is surprisingly easy to make. You can assemble it ahead of time for a dinner party and it’s the perfect dish to feed a crowd—you can use anything from a pie plate to a 9-by-13-inch pan or an even larger casserole dish.
Santa baby, if you hurry down the chimney, chances are you’re going to be here a while munching on cookies—and we certainly can’t blame you.
Sometimes when we’re neck deep in work and have to race through our food, eating can be a chore or some passing occurrence.
If your only exposure to figgy pudding comes from the classic Christmas song in which carolers demand the dessert and refuse to leave unless they get some, you might wonder if it’s really that good—and maybe you also wonder what it actually is.
While traditions can be more comforting than a mug of hot cocoa on a blustery winter day, re-creating the same meal every Christmas can get a little bland.
When it comes to the holidays, there’s one thing that everyone looks forward to during the eight days of Hanukkah: latkes.
When most people think of the holiday season, it’s Christmas trees, wreaths, and a cornucopia of green and red lights that come to mind.
Christmas is celebrated all over the world, and every country has their traditional foods for the occasion.
Between traveling to visit family during the holidays and running around town to do the last of your shopping, you’re more likely to spend time on the go during this time of year.
Sure, the weather outside may be frightful, but if there’s one thing that’ll keep you chugging along through the winter months, it’s the always idyllic mug of hot chocolate.
The Dairy Air Ice Cream Company has a cute name, right? There’s nothing wrong with it on paper, but then when you say it out loud it, you get rear-ended (derrière, get it!
In Indonesia, where satay was first invented on the island of Java, satay grilled to crispy golden brown is the most iconic dish to be found on the street corners of this heavily populated Asian island.
Does this scenario sound familiar? The holidays have arrived and you consider yourself social, but going out on the town has lost its appeal or has become unfeasible.
A common phrase that describes much of my cooking is “butter makes everything better.” While my arteries might not agree, my tastebuds are calling the shots.
From colorful lights to radio carols, many holiday traditions delight both young and old, but Christmas beer is a seasonal treat strictly for adults.
Is there nothing Nabisco won’t put in Oreos? From Swedish Fish to Peeps, the company sure loves to cram an entire supermarket aisle of candy into their cookies.
There is no salad more ubiquitous than the caesar, a go-to classic found on menus everywhere from diners to golf clubs to the pricey steakhouse you’ve been dying to try.