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If you have a sweet tooth, you're probably sweet on peanut brittle. On a recent visit to the elegantly rustic Goodstone Inn in the beautiful

One of the easiest, oldest and most appropriate dishes to make for New Year's Eve celebrations is one that rarely pops into people's minds.

First, let's clear up one thing. Butterscotch is not caramel. Caramel is cooked sugar. It starts clear and bubbly, and if you keep cooking

Instead of buying candy to serve at home or give as gifts, flex your culinary muscles and make your own. It's easier than you

It stands to reason that Greece should have an endearing, if waning, tradition of highly symbolic, decorative holiday breads. In agrarian communities, long before

The holidays just aren't the same without pie, right? Apple pie, pecan pie, Grandma's chiffon pie all sing special songs of the season. Unless