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Eleni’s Cookies are Here!


Just in time for, well, every occasion, we are thrilled to let you know we’ve partnered with NYC’s famed Eleni’s Cookies. Even if you haven’t tasted these cookies before, you’ve definitely seen them. Famous for their stunning, hand-painted, and very timely designs, they’ve graced the gift guides of InStyle and other major magazines, been hailed by the New York Times ... Read More »

Introducing the Effortless Easter Feast


Easter is just over two weeks away, so if you haven’t started thinking about what’s going to fill your basket and menu, now’s the time. And while you can make a plan that keeps you in the kitchen all day creating an Easter feast worthy of your family and dinner table, our Easter picks make it easy for you to ... Read More »

The Making of Breads Bakery’s Hamantaschen


The Breads Bakery staff has been busy turning out hundreds and hundreds of tasty Hamantaschen just in time for the festive Jewish holiday Purim. These triangular, jam-filled pastries represent the defeated enemy of the Jewish people, Haman, who threatened to destroy the Jews of Persia according to the Book of Esther. They’re also just plain delicious! Check out the making of these traditional Jewish ... Read More »

Heart-Shaped Pizza for Valentine’s Day? That’s Amore!


    What in the world do you give him for Valentine’s Day? If he loves pizza, you can avoid the annual conundrum by giving him a slice of your heart–and then some–with delicious heart-shaped pizza from My Pi Pizza. Mi Pi Pizza was founded in 1971 in Chicago by a fourth-generation baker with unparalleled expectations and standards for deep-dish crust. A standout ... Read More »

Be A Hero For Valentine’s Day


What is the perfect gift to get your significant other on Valentine’s Day? Well, the answer to that is something that men tend to forget on this holiday for all of the build-up in expectations. One of the absolute worst things that you can do is to try to buy her something just for the sake of buying it. And, to ... Read More »

Everyone Loves Chocolate


When February 14th draws near, it’s only a matter of time before red, heart-shaped chocolate boxes begin appearing in grocery stores and pharmacies. But how many people really know why this time of year means stocking up on sweets to share with your loved ones? Let’s take a closer look at the history of the holiday, along with some gourmet ... Read More »

How to Keep New Year’s Eve Guests Partying Past Midnight

New Years Food

The presents are all open, the wrapping paper disposed of, and the crumbs of Christmas cookies past have been cleared away. Only one thing stands between you and 2015: New Year’s Eve. If you’re hosting the last bash of 2014, consider these tips to help keep the party flowing into the early morning hours and start the new year off ... Read More »

Make The Holidays Better With Delicious Worry-Free Meals


Holidays mean different things to different people across the globe. And even within the melting pot of the U.S., traditions vary widely based on cultures and backgrounds. But there’s one thing everyone has in common: food is an essential part of all holiday celebrations. Read on to learn more about the kinds of foods served around the country at seasonal ... Read More »