Christmas

It's the most wonderful time of the year, so you should be celebrating with the most delightful food of the year. Find all of your favorites here, plus new ideas the family will love.

Hack Your Hot Cocoa

Hack Your Hot Cocoa

Hot chocolate is so much more than just chocolate and marshmallows. Here are five ways to make it even better (did someone say gingersnaps?).

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How to Cook a Ham
How to Cook a Ham
How to Cook a Ham

How to Cook a Ham

Mastering a perfectly cooked ham is a must-have skill for the holidays, so we took the guesswork out and made it super simple.

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Mexican Sweet Bread

Mexican Sweet Bread

Whether you're serving it right when the kids wake up, or passing it out with coffee after dinner, these buttery bites won't disappoint.

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How to Make a Buche de Noel
How to Make a Buche de Noel
How to Make a Buche de Noel

How to Make a Buche de Noel

Get in the holiday spirit with this festive chocolate cake that's rolled and stuffed with sweet whipped cream.

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How to Make Hollandaise Sauce
How to Make Hollandaise Sauce
How to Make Hollandaise Sauce

How to Make Hollandaise Sauce

Make your holiday meal that much more special with this creamy, dreamy sauce that you can put over eggs at breakfast or veggies at dinner.

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NancyB

NancyB

I made this last weekend for a brunch — not a bite left over. Putting brown sugar on the bottom is a brilliant hack!

French Toast Bake
How to Eat a Pomegranate
How to Eat a Pomegranate
How to Eat a Pomegranate

How to Eat a Pomegranate

'Tis the season for these juicy super fruits, so we've got the breakdown on how to break one down.

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10 Ideas Inspired By Christmas Stories

10 Ideas Inspired By Christmas Stories

The kids will love eating one of these treats as you flip through the books that inspired them.

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Slow-Cooker Turkey Breast

Slow-Cooker Turkey Breast

Don't have time to make a main? Sure you do — this slow-cooker solution helps you get juicy turkey breasts on the table without ever having to turn the oven on.

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anniesnomsblog

anniesnomsblog

I'd never thought to use gingersnaps as a crust for ham, but it totally works! A lovely spicy sweetness is added to the ham and it's not overpowering at all.

Gingersnap-Crusted Ham