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  • Over-the-Top Red Velvet Brownies

    Nothing says holiday cheer like red velvet! Our moist and delicious red velvet brownies are a bite-size version of the classic red velvet cake. Top them with cream cheese frosting for the ultimate holiday dessert

  • Easy DIY Wintry Snowflake Wreath

    Long, slender pinecones, such as those of a white pine, work best for this new take on a Southern holiday classic-the pinecone wreath.

  • Hot Chocolate Gift Mix + Printable Labels

    Looking for a way to spread some holiday cheer? Make your own hot chocolate gift mix with homemade hot cocoa and sweet honey marshmallows. It's an easy and delicious gift for teachers, friends, and neighbors!

  • Give a Cup of Cheer! 4 Holly, Jolly Holiday Drinks

    Get in the spirit and play bartender with our favorite bloggers' festive holiday drinks.

  • Almond Snowballs = Christmas Cookie Perfection

    These fragrant, nutty cookies are great as Christmas gifts or as a sweet snack at your next holiday party.

  • Top 3 (Almost) Better-Than-Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes

    We're not saying you have to give up the beloved leftover turkey sandwich, but why not explore a few new ways to enjoy your Thanksgiving leftovers? Our top three leftover turkey recipes give the actual turkey day feast a run for its money.

  • Two-Alarm Deep Fried Turkey

    How do you make Thanksgiving more Southern? Fry the turkey! Whether you're adorning your holiday table or pleasing a crowd for a party, learn how to deep-fry your own turkey in four easy steps. Tip: You'll need about 3 to 4 gallons of oil to completely submerge your turkey. Make sure you don't overfill your turkey fryer.

  • 10 Fabulous Fall Decorating Ideas

    Bring the warm colors of fall into your home with these beautiful and simple decorating projects.

  • Celebrate Fall with Pumpkin Muffins

    Nothing says fall like the sweet, refined flavor of pumpkin baked into fragrant muffins. Our recipe ups the ante on ordinary pumpkin muffins with tart cranberries and crunchy pecans for a festive aroma. For a truly impressive finish, we top it all off with a mouthwatering pumpkin pie streusel topping. And the twist? You can make these muffins into loaves! Spoon batter into 2 greased 8- x 4-inch loaf pans, and bake 55 minutes.See More: Halloween Party IdeasIngredients3/4 cup butter, softened1 (8-oz. ...

  • Cinderella Cheesecake = Halloween Dessert True Love

    A chewy ring of brownie-batter crust folds over creamy and luscious peanut butter cheesecake to create an enchanting dessert. This decadent Halloween cake will have your guests trick or treating for more. Recipe from Savor the Moment by the Junior League of Boca Raton.See More: Pumpkin RecipesCinderella CheesecakeIngredientsBrownie Crust3 (1-oz.) unsweetened chocolate baking squares1/4 cup unsalted butter1/2 cup sifted all-purpose flour1/8 teaspoon table salt1/8 teaspoon baking powder2 large eggs1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract1/2 (1-oz. ...

  • Game-Day Dinner is in the Bag!

    Corn chips are making a comeback. Instead of having them as a snack, save those salty, addictive corn chips for a flavorful, crowd-friendly meal. And this isn't just for game night-you can make this Texas Friday-night-football favorite for supper any night of the week. Salsa Verde Corn Chip Pie Ingredients 2 cups frozen whole kernel yellow corn, thawed 5 teaspoons olive oil, divided 1 (9-oz.) package garlic pork sausage links, casings removed 1 medium-size sweet onion, chopped 2 teaspoons chili powder 1 teaspoon ground cumin 2 (4.5-oz.) cans chopped green chiles 1 (16-oz. ...

  • Tackle Your Tailgate: 3 Touchdown-Worthy Recipes

    Tailgate season has arrived! Now the real question arises: How are you going to make your tent the talk of the tailgate? According to Yahoo! the football faithful are searching up a storm to find the best recipes for game day. We've rounded up our picks for these top-searched recipes that are good enough for a first down.

  • Quick-Fix Supper: Crispy Lemon Catfish with Marinated Slaw

    Cook times can vary depending on the thickness of the fish.

  • Quick-Fix Supper: Pasta with Burst Tomatoes and Mascarpone

    Blister and burst tomatoes under the broiler to hide imperfections and concentrate flavor. Use extras to fill omelets or sandwiches.

  • The (Unofficial) Cocktail of Summer

    What happens when an Old Fashioned meets a Pimm's Cup with a touch of Sazerac flair? A Pimm Bob!

  • Quick-Fix Supper: Peach and Pork Kabobs

    Grab the skewers, fire up the grill, and enjoy these easy and delicious kabobs, great for any night of the week.

  • Derby Classic: Kentucky Hot Browns Recipe

    The History of Kentucky Hot Browns 
In the 1920s, dinner dances at Louisville's Brown Hotel drew more than 1,000 guests. During band breaks, hungry revelers refueled on chef Fred Schmidt's late-night eats. His signature? The Kentucky Hot Brown, a pillowy cushion of toasted bread topped with sliced turkey and an avalanche of Mornay sauce-all broiled until golden brown. Crisp bacon strips and tomato added the final flourish. See more Elegant Kentucky Derby Recipes Kentucky Hot Browns 4 thick white bread slices 3/4 pound sliced roasted turkey Mornay Sauce 1 cup (4-oz. ...

  • Fresh Strawberry Appetizers for Spring

    Celebrate the sweet taste of spring with these delicious appetizers, both made with fresh strawberries!

  • Southern-Style Smørrebrød

    Sparked by the leisurely pleasures of the cocktail-and-canapé Mad Men era, smørrebrød (Danish open-faced sandwiches) are the latest craze in stress-free entertaining.

  • Perfect Your Cake Layers

    Baking a beautiful cake is, well, easy as pie. Here are a few tips and tricks to ensure your layers stack up to perfection.