If you’re the host of this year’s New Year’s Eve party, here are a few tips to consider when preparing your menu.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the kitchen of CHEFS Catalog.com
I remember loving this time of year as a child and the hours we spent making goodies. I cherish those memories and am determined to create some for my children.
Having friends and family stay over is a wonderful idea. But when everyone rises and shines in the morning, you may need these tips for cooking for a crowd.
If you're tired of turkey, maybe chicken can be the star of your show.
Americans eat only a fraction of the amount of lamb consumed in many other countries in the world. Try lamb on your holiday table.
Beef is as versatile as turkey, and with the right recipes, can easily be the main event.
How to please everyone at holiday dinners without losing your mind.
A simple checklist to ensure each course makes it to the table on time and is greeted with a smile.
If you’re looking for something special for the chef in your life, then you’ve come to the right place.
Suggestions for the gift recipients on your lists.
For the person on your list who lives to be in the kitchen, any of these gifts are sure to be on their wish list.
For seafood lovers, nothing compares to the taste of dishes rich with the fresh flavors of the sea.
For the people on your list with a sweet tooth and a talent for whipping up everything from pies and cakes to biscuits and breads, here are some suggestions for the perfect gift.
These gifts will help your new chef move from beginner to pro.
Fifteen gifts sure to earn you an A+ with the college students on your Christmas shopping list.
Gift suggestions for those who want to bake and decorate Christmas cookies.
In my family, everyone likes different types of cranberries--jelly, compote, and fresh. So, needless to say, I have a ton of leftover cranberry stuff.