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For me, keeping old traditions alive while creating new ones is what the holiday is all about.
My grandmother made Podvarok every Christmas, and now I do too.
It’s honestly the best place to be on Christmas Day.
It’s my meaningful way to keep past holiday memories alive.
"It’s a holiday really just to reflect, learn about your fellow man’s culture, appreciate our foods, our contributions and really build community," she says.
There's a reason everyone grabs Libby's for the holidays.
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Baked into a rosca de reyes is a plastic baby Jesus — and the playful burden of throwing the next celebration.
Plus, several delicious cookie recipes (for Christmas or anytime!) that just happen to be vegan-friendly.
Keeping my grandma on speed-dial is the key to success.
Keep it festive from afar.
2020 has been the year of baking — that's for sure. But the best baking season is now upon us, and we're so excited it's time for 12 Days of Cookies again.
This is the gift they’ll cook with every day.
It’s all done out of love, of course.
For my family, the point of Thanksgiving is hosting a giant party. This year we won’t — but I’ve found the silver lining.
I make this family staple to pay homage to those who came before me.
The best thing about traditions? You can make new ones.
We found safe and meaningful ways to give back.
My family’s spread is a combination of American and Asian customs.
It’s OK to laugh at your Zoom Thanksgiving set-up.
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Add a little festivity to your Zoom hang with Mom.
It's honestly the only gefilte fish that doesn't scare the *carp* out of me.
It's the perfect present for absolutely everyone you love.
I'm ready to party, thanks to Food Network Kitchen.
It's not food coloring making these cookies green. Time to up your cookie game!
From easy to epic, here are the best recipes for every holiday potluck.
They'll be the center of attention, no matter what you're celebrating.