Christmas Food

How To : Make Christmas reindeer food with your kids

Shelley Lovett explains that reindeer food is, and demonstrates how it is made. Reindeer food is something you can make and then sprinkle on the snow or grass in your yard in order to help Santa's reindeer find your house. All have to do is mix some quick oats with a little re ...more

How To : Decorate Christmas sugar cookies like a pro

You've got the basic recipe. Now learn all the different ways you can decorate those holiday sugar cookies like a pro. You will need: specialty decorating items sugar cookie dough cookie cutters cookie sheets currants, chopped nuts, assorted candy eggs food coloring liquid an ...more

How To : Make a healthy and tasty POMtini for Thanksgiving

Make a healthy food enjoyable this Thanksgiving or Christmas by mixing yourself a POMtini. Made of POM juice and several different liqueurs, the POMtini is the brainchild of POM founder Lynda Resnick. In this segment of "The Martha Stewart Show," Martha and Lynda Resnick of P ...more

How To : Make sweet pepper jam for the holidays

When it comes to food presents for Christmas, there's very little that beats a homemade stash of cookies or a jar of jam. If you want to give your friends a gift they will not only remember but savor in the months to come, why not whip up a can of sweet pepper jam? Take a loo ...more

How To : Light a hard-to-reach wick on holiday centerpieces

Around the holidays we use pretty lights and candles for everything: We hang shiny white lights on our Christmas tree, dangle them outside along our windowsill, and add candles to floral centerpieces. But how do you light a centerpiece when the candle is in a tight space and ...more

How To : Color your fondant for cake decorating

Coloring your fondant is actually a very simple process. Like coloring water or your cookies, coloring fondant involves adding a few drops of food coloring and then blending, blending, blending. Colored fondant makes your cake decorating projects much more appealing, so it's ...more

How To : Make candy cane bath salts for Christmas

Peppermint is a great scent to have around during the holidays. It not only reminds us of Christmas, but taking a whiff of peppermint also awakens the senses and suppresses appetite (good for all that food you're going to be eating). Gift a friend or family member a luxurious ...more

How To : Craft a turkey greeting card for Thanksgiving

We know that Thanksgiving isn't the likeliest of holidays on which to send greeting cards. With Christmas in such close promixity, Thanksgiving usually gets relagated to being solely a food holiday where the turkey is the main attraction. But why not light up your friend's fa ...more

How To : Make bread pudding

Learn how to make a simple bread pudding with this cooking video. This bread pudding recipe is brought to you by Alina Eisenhauer on How2Heroes. Search How2Heroes on WonderHowTo for more cooking videos. This is comfort food done right. Leftover bread never tasted so good. Use ...more

How To : Make your own bath bombs

Add some fizzle and sizzle to bath time with a homemade bath bomb. Bath bombs make great holiday or birthday gifts. You will need: 1 c. baking soda 1/2 c. cornstarch 1/2 c. citric acid 2 1/2 tbsp. sweet almond oil 1/8 c. distilled water 6 drops of the essential oil of your ch ...more

How To : Make a snow globe as a holiday gift this Christmas

Building a snow globe is a fun indoor project for a cold winter day. You will need: a glass jar with a lid a small, rust-proof ornament or figurine white glitter aquarium silicone sealant distilled water 1/8 tsp. glycerin small block of wood or bowl for base one hard-boiled w ...more

How To : Make a Furoshiki Japanese grocery bag

Learn how to make a Furoshiki bag, a method used by the Japanese for centuries to carry just about anything you can imagine, from food, groceries, boxes, bottles... even watermelons. A very Eco-Friendly way to reduce waste. make your own Furoshiki Japanese grocery bag today! M ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Bake candy cane shaped Christmas cookies

It's that time of year again! The air is a whole lot nipper, lights dance around sidewalks as you drive past shopping centers, and the scent of warm gingerbread and sweet cookies fills your nostrils when you enter your home. That's right, it's Christmas, and what better way to ...more

News : 5 Deliciously Warm Bourbon-Spiked Holiday Cocktails

With those icy winter months setting in, it's time to start sipping your bourbon warm. Spike your classic eggnog, hot chocolate, and even lattes with a splash of Wild Turkey bourbon. Below, five recipes to add a little fire to your typical cold weather beverages. Adjust the re ...more

How To : Host your first Christmas dinner

Hosting your first holiday dinner? These tips & tricks will help you pull together a fabulous party without losing your holiday spirit or mind! You Will Need: • Adequate seating and tableware • All the family's favorite foods • Christmas ornaments or bunches of red and gre ...more

How To : Bake traditional steamed Christmas pudding

What would Christmas be without some figgy pudding, or any pudding, for that matter? Among the sights and smells that are most memorable are sugar cookies, gingerbread houses, and a sweet brown Christmas pudding. Check out this food video to learn how to bake a traditional st ...more

How To : Prepare delicious meatloaf with Paula Deen

Now that Halloween is over, we're getting closer than ever to the holiday season, which includings a lightning-fast sequence of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. This means you have to be prepared for cooking comfort food for big crowds. If you want a delicious meat di ...more

How To : Prepare vegetables for Christmas dishes

Cooking for the holidays invariably means preparing a lot of food for a lot of people. This includes vegetables like carrots, onions, and squashes. Luckily the Tesco Food Club is here to help. They've got Aiden Byrne showing us the shortcut techniques that restaurants take. Yo ...more

How To : Use coffee for Christmas table decorations

Coffee as a table decoration? You bet. You're probably used to having coffee in a cup as a hot drink or a cold latte, but coffee - rather, coffee beans - has so many uses than just for food. If you're in need of a quick holiday centerpiece, you need little more than coffee be ...more

How To : Make a Christmas Cactus bloom with darkness

Christmas Cactus are pretty plants, but getting them to produce their amazing flowers consistently can be a pain. Watch this video to learn how a little darkness and plant food will have you beauty flowering in no time. Well, some time, be patient.

How To : Make homemade peanut brittle

Searching for a easy to make finger-food dessert? Why not make peanut brittle? Peanut brittle is a delicious treat, perfect for peanut lovers and for all sorts of occassions, whether it be Christmas or someone's birthday. Learn how to make peanut brittle with help from this co ...more

How To : Replace the power cord on a KitchenAid stand mixer

With Thanksgiving just a week away and Christmas arriving steadily, you're going to inevitably get stuck in the kitchen rolling dough, baking pies, and using a bunch of food processng gadgets. If the power cord on your stand mixer is broken, don't give up and buy a new mixer. ...more

How To : Make garlic and cheese biscuits with Paula Deen

Now that Halloween has come and gone, it's officially the holiday season: In less than two months we'll faceroll our way through Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. And as we all know, the holiday season is also the season of gluttony. While we advise you to limit your po ...more

News : You can't eat what?

Whenever my husband or I have to explain that our middle daughter Edith absolutely cannot handle white flour or sugar the first reaction is usually one of disbelief. You mean she can't have it ever? Next come the questions about when we can make exceptions. Surely we must be ...more

How To : Make a festive figgy pudding

Learn how to make a festive figgy pudding. Now, you can bring them some figgy pudding! Using a boxed cake mix makes this recipe super simple. Step 1. Soak raisins in brandy Put one-third of a cup of raisins in some brandy and let them soak. Step 2. Boil the figs Place a 12 ...more

How To : Make Your Own Photo Snow Globe

As the holidays draw closer and closer, stores are getting more and more crowded, and of course, many have put off their Christmas shopping until the very last minute. Why not avoid the mall rush this holiday season and make a personalized do-it-yourself snow globe to gift to ...more

How To : Make a Christmas tree centerpiece

During the darkness of the winter months some bright and spirited holiday decorations can really add holiday cheer to a home. This Christmas, try making this festive tree and light table piece because you can never have too many decorations. Step 1: Clean and dry baby food ja ...more

How To : Make a Homemade Christmas gift basket

In this video series, our expert will teach you how to make homemade christmas gift baskets for any occasion. Get step-by-step instructions for picking the best basket, packaging material and gifts for a gift basket. Learn how to add theme items, pampering spa gifts and even f ...more

How To : Host a New Year's Eve Party on a Budget

If you want to avoid the hassle of going out on New Year's Eve, you can always host your own New Year's Eve celebration at home—and it doesn't have to cost a lot, either. A few basic tips: Host your party after dinnertime so guests don't expect full entrees. Limit your guest ...more

How To : Hang a Christmas Wreath Without Damaging Your Door

Whether you choose to hang an authentic or artificial pine Christmas wreath on your door, or an entirely different type, like ones made of paper waste or even food, chances are you've spent a year or two struggling with how to keep your decor hanging. With one easy to apply, q ...more

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