Is anyone else as addicted to holiday coffee drinks as we are? Last year, we finally figured out how to make them at home. Links to those recipes below, plus how to throw an awesome cocktail party for only $140, best snacks for holiday shopping marathons, and tips from the Guy Fieri Road Show (remember that?!).
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• Holiday parties can get spendy. Here's how to throw one for twenty people on a budget of $140.
• Who says you can't renovate a rental kitchen? This one looks beautiful.
• These vegetable bread dumplings sound like the perfect comfort food right now.
• Thinking about getting (or gifting) a GelPro mat? Here's our review.
• A round-up of great winter beers to serve at your holiday parties.
• If you're headed for a full day of shopping, don't forget to take a few snacks with you.
• And then when you get back from shopping, make this cheesy fusilli al telefono pasta dish.
• Some take-aways for home cooks from the Guy Fieri Road Show.
• Still have a few cans of pumpkin left in your cupboard? Here are ideas for using them up.
• Five tips for assembling an excellent cheese plate.
• Save-On-Crafts is an online store with tons of very inexpensive party supplies.
• Who wouldn't love a party where homemade pretzel bites were being served?
• Homemade tea blends are a great idea for stocking stuffers and little presents for friends.
• A meditation on peace offerings to give us some perspective this time of year.
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