Monthly Archives: December 2014

3 Easy Appetizers for the Holidays

The best party hosts always make it look so effortless. Spotless house, well-stocked bar, the perfect playlist playing on the stereo. Most importantly, the food is somehow casual and elegant and appears without a hint of panic. If you’re hosting … Continue reading

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How to Assemble a Holiday Cheese Board

For holiday entertaining, a cheese platter is practically a requirement. Easy to assemble and always a crowd-pleaser, a carefully chosen variety of cheeses and accompanying fruits, nuts or charcuterie provides a stylish and memorable appetizer without spending too long in … Continue reading

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Holiday Sangria Recipe

Sangria found unstoppable popularity in the United States after its introduction at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. However, the punch of wine, juices and fruit started out as a blend of wine and spices used throughout Europe during the … Continue reading

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DIY Dickens Christmas: Slow Cooker Mulled Wine

`He has given us plenty of merriment… Here is a glass of mulled wine ready to our hand at the moment; and I say, “Uncle Scrooge.” `A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to the old man, whatever he … Continue reading

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