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"Mince around the World" is probably one of the worst names ever for a cookbook, yet it was discussed in all seriousness by an

For nine nights leading to Christmas Eve, Mexico celebrates las posadas: singalong parties to reenact Joseph and Mary's biblical pilgrimage to Bethlehem and their

I am thinking about having an ecumenical holiday party this year to bring together friends of varying religious and ethnic persuasions and am enjoying

Do you have menu monotony? Are you cooking the same recipes over and over again for the holidays? There is relief from this stubborn winter

Christmas is for sharing, and some of the best gifts to share are the ones you've made yourself. The only snag about edible gifts

It is joyous to watch people have a good time and set a table for sparkling conversation and good food. I hope my guests