Salted Pistachio Brittle and Christmas Croquembouche This Time Last Year

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We were deep into holiday baking this time last year, whipping up batches of pistachio brittle and impressing guests with towering croquembouche! We also had a guide to preparing Dungeness crab, some ideas for simple bruschetta appetizers, and a tip on making coffee for a crowd without a coffee maker.

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How about throwing a sushi party with your friends this holiday season?

• Some ideas for festive champagnes and sparkling wines to toast the New Year.

Cleaning and cooking a whole Dungeness crab is not the most pleasant of tasks, but so worth it!

Take a look at this beautiful and relaxing Chicago kitchen. We love the brick walls!

• We have ten ideas for easy appetizers, all served on toast!

These rosemary-walnut brown butter cookies are a great treat for someone who doesn’t like super-sweet cookies.

• Is your dishwasher working overtime right now? Here’s how to help it run better.

• Making the dough for breakfast rolls the night before means we get to sleep in a few extra minutes!

This gorgeous Christmas Croquembouche is a total show-stopper.

• Here are a few tips on how to politely get guests to leave the kitchen.

• We’re making this breakfast strata on Christmas morning.

Salted pistachio brittle is a great last minute food gift.

• No coffee maker? No problem. Here’s how to make a big batch of coffee with a few kitchen basics.

Gingerbread ornaments are so much fun to make with kids.

• Don’t forget to clean these kitchen nooks and crannies before guests arrive.

We covet these gorgeous table linens from E.A.T.


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