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You have successfully made it past Thanksgiving, but there are 20-something dinners between now and the glass of champagne on New Year's Eve that

Proust had his madeleine; I have Jamaican black cake. Biting into a piece whisks me back to my grandmother Una Rust's Harlem kitchen where,

Holiday baking is a great way to get kids into the kitchen. If they don't have a natural interest in cooking, they might have

I have never been a "decorate for the holiday" kind of gal. As I was looking for a pan to bake this pie, I

Long before the turkey comes out of the oven golden and glistening, our family has gathered, preparing all the myriad dishes, drinking, laughing and

One winter when I wasn't eating sugar, the idea of not baking was really plaguing me. If I couldn't make cookies, how could I