This decadent dish is an easy make-ahead dish that is equally delicious served at home on your breakfast table or served as a rustic dessert.
Interior designer Jenna Siebert shares her expertise on holiday décor that are both elegant and effortless.
Assembling many complementary, yet contrasting, textures and flavors into your salad is key to creating the perfect complex and satisfying dish.
Simple ways to turn a typically high-waste season more sustainable, while still being chic and sophisticated.
Our six-part video series is dedicated to elevating festivities in your home this holiday season.
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This easy-to-make sparkling punch encompasses the bright citrus flavors of winter combined with woody hints of rosemary creating a perfectly b…
Interior designer Jenna Siebert reveals easy-to-follow steps for recreating the magic in your own dining room.
This creamy wine-absorbed rice with prosciutto is the perfect hot dish to warm you on cold winter's night.
Cooking these bone-in beef short ribs slowly is key to breaking down the fatty, connective tissue to achieve tender meat.
Top-rated unplugged gift ideas that will keep kids’ minds active and their creativity sparked without the use of screens.
Grab a malty stout and follow this recipe for perfectly gooey, chocolate chunk and stout brownies.
Paper Source gift-wrap workshop leader Mallory Polk will demonstrate how to wrap your presents this year like a pro.
Fashion aficionado and columnist Katie Yeadon shares how to dress comfortably at low-key celebrations this holiday season.
Home for the Holidays is sponsored by Uptown Cheapskate in College Station, Texas.
As glasses are raised and plates are passed in homes across the country, Feast Magazine's Catherine Neville has developed a series of recipes …
Want to try something new for outdoor entertaining? Watch as Catherine Neville of Feast Magazine guides you through some campfire cuisine.
Alternative ingredients add tasty spins to these recipes – just don’t mess with the marshmallows.
An old-fashioned solution provides a refreshing zing and makes batching cocktail recipes super simple.
It all starts with a hot fire and an easy dough recipe.