Special recipes and menus to help you celebrate every holiday—from Easter and Mother’s Day to Thanksgiving and Christmas. We have festive recipes for every special occasion: holiday baking, Thanksgiving sides, Easter and Passover menus, Memorial Day grill outs and New Year’s Day dinners.
Celebrate Epiphany on January 6th with a quintessential French cake—the famed frangipane-filled Galette des Rois.
Chocolate Recipes for Every Diet
Indulge without packing on the pounds this Valentine’s Day with our tips for creating guilt-free chocolate desserts.
Wings with Asian Flavors
Necessity may be the mother of re-invention, but when it comes to game-day wings, it’s all a matter of taste.
Heart-Healthy Foods: Love Yourself on Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day show your heart some love with our list of heart-healthy foods and recipes.
New Year’s Sparklers
More affordable than Champagne, Prosecco is taking New Year’s eve parties by storm.
Mardi Gras Cake
Crescent rolls form the basis for a quick-and-easy King Cake perfect for your Mardi Gras celebration.
New Orleans Muffuletta
New Orleans signature sandwich makes any Mardi Gras celebration a tasty affair.
Chinese New Year
Our authentic recipes will help you celebrate the Chinese New Year with zen to spare.
Good Luck Menu for New Year’s Day
Old traditions get new flavors—and still bring good fortune in the new year.
Lasagna Serves a Crowd for New Years Eve
Red-and-green lasagna becomes a holiday tradition—a hearty crowd-pleaser that’s perfect for a casual New Year’s eve dinner.
Lobster for New Year’s
Sharing is the new swank—follow the lead of one hostess who gets BYO on New Year’s Eve with a little help from her friends.
New Year’s Party with Mad Men Style
Send the old year off in style with a party that would Don Draper proud—complete with Mad Men-era cocktails and swinging from the proverbial ceiling.
Romantic Breakfast for Two
Surprise your sweet someone this Valentine’s Day with a breakfast menu made with lots of love and TLC.
A chocolate cake so sexy, it doesn’t even need flour—a sweet ending to a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner for two.