Six Tips for Pulling Off A Super Bowl Party in Three Days

Think there's not enough time to plan a Super Bowl party? Think again! You can pull together a great gathering in just a few days and still have an event everyone is sure to remember. It's time to get things together before another year goes by.

How to Make Cajun Shrimp

Cajun food is a great way to give January weather the cold shoulder. Besides, it gives you time to try your hand at it before it's time for Mardi Gras! Get recipes for a good, basic Cajun seasoning as well as a shrimp recipe that's fast, easy, and delicious.

Make Chai Tea at Home

January is a great time of the year to enjoy beautifully-spiced ethnic cuisine. Part of that tradition also includes some of our favorite hot beverages, which is perfect this time of the year. Get simple instructions on how to make chai at home and make changes to the mix to suit your personal tastes.

Pasta Geometry

Those that understand I'm both a foodie and a nerd are not at all surprised that I am thrilled to pass along links to content that combines the two. Today, a fun article in the New York Times science section that looks at the complex geometries of pasta shapes. This is the sort of thing that makes me smile when it comes across my desk in the morning!

Snow Day Cooking

When winter arrives all at once and you don't want to venture out of the nest, what's a girl to do? Cook, of course. And there's nothing quite like putting together a slow-simmering chili that leaves your space smelling of warmth and comfort. If you can do it without a lot of fuss and using leftovers, all the better.

Enter Snow, Enter Oatmeal

A snow day brings with it the desire for comfort food. Something nourishing, delicious, and easy to make for this foodie recovering from surgery. So when simple oatmeal presents itself, it's time to consider the many ways to make it something special and worthy of a quiet lunch hour surrounded by snow.

Winter Party Ideas - 16 Tips to Warm Up the Winter With a Wonderful Party

Now that the holidays have been packed away, it's time to put together a great winter party. Who says you need the holidays in order to celebrate? The season provides many great ideas and themes for gathering family and friends and enjoying seasonal fun.

Scrumptious Leftovers

Are leftovers in your house a chore to eat? Or do you and your family look forward to them and enjoy quick, creative meals made from meals you've had before? Sometimes, it's just a matter of getting some inspiration about how to use them, so that's what we're doing today!

The Gift of Ham

The generosity of family doesn't go unappreciated as holiday hams bring about elegant dinners, simple breakfasts, and hearty chowder. This time of the year, chowder is particularly well-received, even though we're not covered in snow … yet.

Eat Your New Year's Resolution

Topping the list of items for New Year's Resolutions appears to be losing weight, hands down. We all want to be slimmer so that when summer rolls around, we're not rolling around. Being satisfied when you are finished with your meals helps tremendously. To that end, get some insight into foods that experts claim will help you keep your New Year's Resolution, dissolve your muffin waist, reduce your love handles and flatten your belly.