Have you ever suffered from holiday wear-out syndrome? It happens to the best of us, especially those who celebrate multiple winter birthdays. Geralyn Broder Murray writes an instightful post on having the right perspective.
No matter what holiday you are celebrating this winter, it all boils down to family, food, and gifts! What to get, how many to get, how much to spend? The list goes on. Check out Geralyn's take on children and presents.
Add some seafood flair to your holiday party with this garlic shrimp cocktail recipe. If you'd like, you can marinate the shrimp with garlic, olive oil and lemon juice up to 30 minutes before broiling. Serve in a martini glass.
If you're going to cook a turkey this Thanksgiving (aren't we all?!), here is a great recipe for a juicy bird. The herb butter added in the last half hour of roasting will create a beautiful, crispy skin on the outside of the turkey.
Acorn squashes get their name from the resemblance to an acron, but they can vary greatly in color. The small size and naturally concave shape make acorn squash halves an ideal medium for individual servings.
Grab your Master Cut standing rib roast bone-in or boneless ribeye roast for a hearty meal that feeds ten people, perfect for the upcoming holiday gatherings. Let us know how it turns out in the comments.