Armchair athletes need to eat, too.
A prepared host is the best host.
The bubble of the ball.
That's right: a stovetop cookie with a secret ingredient and enormous yield
One to smash, one to eat
Celebrate the Acadamy Awards the punny way.
What to eat if your hangover is keeping you from enjoying the first sunny (emphasis on bright) morning of 2016.
This labor-intensive, extremely impressive cake is the perfect reason to wear an apron—not a party dress—on New Year's Eve.
The new year never looked so fancy.
Throw a New Year's Eve ball—and watch the ball drop—in style.
Whether it's a buffet-style open house or an intimate dinner for 8, here are tips (& sample menus) for your holiday party.
Wine is delicious, but crafts are forever.
Because coming up short on booze is a definite party foul.
Behold: the ultimate guide to throwing a semi-grown-up Halloween party (first step: hold the candy corn).
Worried about having too much or too little food at your next dinner party? Here's how to get it right.
Learning to host without the chaos.
You can have it all!
So you can spend your money on new bathing suits and suncreen.
Top entertaining mishaps and how to cope with them.
Host a dinner party—and actually enjoy it for once. In three parts, we’re helping you plan and execute a two- or three-course menu for six to eight people.
Name your first collection or try one of these: