Entertaining is an enriching part of life—from family dinners to holiday meals to neighborly potlucks. Whether you need a few simple recipes, easy-does-it entertaining ideas or menus for 10 or 20, we've got you covered.
A Feast of Mediterranean Flavors
Steve Petusevky’s secrets to creating authentic Mediterranean meals both vegetarians and meat-eaters will love.
Pasta Recipes That Feed a Crowd
From lasagna to chicken tetrazzini, get the party started with our favorite and fabulously filling pasta recipes.
Super Bowl Dips
Beckon the power of the “bowl” this Super Bowl season with our fantastic game-day dip recipes.
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.
New Year’s Sparklers
More affordable than Champagne, Prosecco is taking New Year’s eve parties by storm.
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.
Holiday Leftovers Brunch
Recycle holiday party and dinner leftovers with a casual DIY Omelet Brunch.
A First-Timer’s Holiday Cocktail Party How-To
Put on your holiday best and host a fun cocktail party this season with help from our easy to follow tips, delicious sips and scrumptious hors d’oeuvres.
Make-ahead sweet and savory slice-and-bakes make you the hostess with the mostess.
A First Timer’s Thanksgiving
Hosting a large Thanksgiving feast for the first time? Never fear! Here is a list of tips to keep your meal on track and mind relaxed.
Apple Pairing Party
Cookbook author and food blogger Domenica Marchetti offers pairing tips and recipes for an apple tasting party.
Puerto Rican Food: A Salute to Tropical Flavor
Wow summer guests with the lush island flavors of Puerto Rico.
Tea Party Movement Indeed
We’re putting politics aside and rallying around a different kind of “tea party”—the kind with scones, dainty crust-free sandwiches and actual tea.