'Tis the season for festive drinks.
The old rules have been rewritten—by the editorial director of Kate Spade.
Go classic, batched, creamy, or tiki.
How to cook up a mountain of crispy, crunchy, golden latkes for a crowd—without spending the whole party in the kitchen.
Never serve a quinoa salad or pasta dish at a vegetarian dinner party again (unless you want to, of course).
Your turkey's still frozen, the mashed potatoes are clumping—but have no fear, here's what to do about it.
Don't forget the ice!
Because you don't want to spend all night cuddled up with the cocktail shaker.
One of them involves cocktails.
Wine is delicious, but crafts are forever.
Here are the best answers we heard when we asked about your Thanksgiving traditions.
Tips from the guys who cater for Google.
Whether you're hosting vegan guests, don't have time to cook, or are just up-to-here with turkey, there's a Thanksgiving menu for you.
Because coming up short on booze is a definite party foul.
Tales from the table.
All you need are a bunch of apples and some kitchen staples to make the coziest dessert of orchard season. Serve baked apples for breakfast, serve baked apples for dessert, and hope that autumn never ends.
We hosted some friends for a dinner that fed 13,000.
How to feed a crowd and actually enjoy yourself (even if dessert tragedy strikes.)
Here's how to make your next dinner party the best yet.
Present a good loaf of homemade bread and your dinner guests won't notice you're serving scrambled eggs.
Skip the hand-wringing over choosing music: Here's the playlist for your next night in with friends.
No matter how small your house is, you always have room to throw a picnic.
Last month, I asked for your advice for stocking my first kitchen from scratch. Today, I'm sharing some of your best advice and the kitchen it helped create.
Don't be afraid of the dark. Learn how to take perfect photos at candlelit dinners, dim restaurants, and outside at night.