A roast is sure to please whether you’re throwing a pot luck, hosting a dinner party or simply celebrating with your family.
Enjoy every last morsel with leftover recipes that feel (and taste!) like new meals.
Christmas is a holiday celebrated in as many different ways as there are reindeer on Santa’s sleigh. Leading up to December 25, many faiths observe Advent in preparation for the birth of Jesus, represented by the color purple.
Observed on the fourth Thursday in November, Thanksgiving began in 1621 as a celebration to mark the end of harvest. It’s a time for family and friends to enjoy a traditional feast.
Celebrated December 26–January 1, Kwanzaa recognizes the seven principles of African heritage: unity, self-determination, responsibility, cooperation, purpose, creativity and faith.
The Festival of Lights is observed for eight nights (celebrated this year from December 18–26) with the lighting of candles and telling of stories around the dinner table.