"For years I believed that food was better if you made it right before you ate it," she says. "I had to force myself to start doing things differently."
These snacks satisfy hungry guests — but won't eat into precious prep time.
Fill them with sausage or cheese for a bite-size starter.
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Kick off the meal with fall's favorite squash.
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Save old wine bottles to make elegant candleholders.
Kids can help out with any of these projects for table decor.
A grocery-store buys will liven up a holiday table.
Use store-bought crescent rolls for the crust to save time.
Damaris' scones are packed with the toasty flavors of fall.
Try French toast, muffins, oatmeal and sticky buns infused with this all-time favorite fall flavor – plus a pumpkin-spiced latte you can make at home.
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Cheese can be an elegant, enticing treat for your guests.
Here's your roadmap to a successful dinner.
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She combined past with present in her dining room.
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