Category: Food + Drink

Say thank you with these yummy edible gifts for Teacher Appreciation Day.

It’s May (eep!) and the school year is almost over. Even though my kids’ teachers deserve my thanks every day, I especially want to make them feel loved on Teacher Appreciation Day which is May 5, by the way. I always say that the best gifts are the ones you wouldn’t buy for yourself, and the same is true for these yummy edible gifts for Teacher Appreciation Day. They’re kind of a splurge, but that’s what our teachers deserve. And hey, they make lovely end-of-year teacher gifts too. Just don’t forget a thoughtful note from the kids, which is what educators tend to appreciate most of all. Related: The...

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8 indulgent, edible gifts for Mother’s Day: The fastest way to your mama’s heart, besides a handmade card.

Mother’s Day is coming up and this hungry mama can’t think of a better way to mark the occasion than with fantastic edible Mother’s Day gift ideas. I’ve rounded up 8 amazingly tasty finds from some of our favorite gourmet and artisanal purveyors, which are especially perfect if you can’t be there in person with her on May 10 — or maybe you just want a little extra something sweet shipped to her door to remind her of just how sweet she is to you and the rest of the family. Who says it’s just a man’s heart that can...

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Sponsored Message: Give mom a moment of bliss this Mother’s Day with LINDOR truffles.

This is a sponsored message from Lindt. Mother’s Day is around the corner and it’s a perfect opportunity to give quality chocolate to a great mom. A perfect bite of chocolate can be a moment when everything else disappears, and for a bit of that much-needed bliss, Lindt makes it easy with luscious LINDOR truffles. – Don’t miss a special Lindt Truffles coupon below –    LINDOR truffles are made by the Lindt Master Swiss Chocolatiers who have been perfecting their craft since 1845. The outside of a LINDOR truffle is a delicate shell of the finest Lindt chocolate, containing an irresistibly smooth filling that...

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Supermom, now coming to a cookie near you.

Evidently moms as custom superheroes are the hot new thing this week. First we found genius custom superhero action figures, and now it’s custom supermom cookies out just in time for Mother’s Day. From NYC favorite shop Eleni’s — where I spent way too much time on my lunch hours when I worked across the street — comes this very clever idea to celebrate myriad supermom powers, like learning out how to do the new new math that makes no sense, and magically knowing when the kids are playing Minecraft on the iPad under the covers instead of sleeping. Related: The coolest personalized...

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Skinny comfort food recipes that gently ease you into healthier eating

As soon as spring hits, I immediately try to switch food gears by ditching all that stick-to-your-ribs winter fare in favor of super light meals instead. It’s a good impulse, but sudden changes like these rarely last more than a week for me. Know what I mean? After that, I find myself feeling hungry for more. So I’ve looked for some great skinny comfort food recipes that will help me lighten up my menu for spring and summer, while satisfying my cravings for the hearty foods I’ve been feasting the last few months. They’re the perfect way to ease into new,...

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Glassful: The artisanal, indie version of a wine of the month club. About time!

Even though I love wine, I find the experience of selecting wine a little overwhelming. I never remember what I love most, can’t seem to buy the same bottle twice (unless, of course, it’s a wine I didn’t enjoy), and always feel like I’m relying on others to figure out what to buy. Glassful, a new monthly subscription box service (or call it a newfangled wine-of-the-month club) from the caring oenophiles at at Glassful HQ in New York City, is meant for people like me. They assess your taste in wine and delivers three bottles that have been curated just for you every month,...

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7 family-friendly asparagus recipes. For families who aren’t typically big on asparagus, but want to be.

There aren’t many vegetables that I don’t like, but asparagus is among my least favorite. When my kids bellyache about the green stalks (and, yes, how their pee will smell afterwards), I get it. I pretend like I enjoy asparagus more than I do but, really, I serve it on principle, and to save us from yet another night of string beans and broccoli. This spring, though, I’m on a mission to turn our attitudes about asparagus around. April is peak season and the perfect time to ditch the steamer for these super tasty, kid-friendly asparagus recipes. Or hey,...

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8 vegetarian recipes for family dinner that pack in the protein.

Reducing meat is one of the hardest shifts I’ve ever made in my family’s eating. Even though I’d been a vegetarian through college, I had no idea at the time how to go meatless healthfully. (My youthful diet of pizza, pasta, and more pizza wouldn’t quite cut it for my family.) After some practice, though, I figured out how to make meals like these eight high-protein, vegetarian recipes  that taste delicious and provide my kids with exactly what they need to stay healthy and energetic. You know, so that they can grow up and subsist on pizza, pasta, and more pizza when...

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5 amazing recipes that use hard boiled eggs so that you’re not eating egg salad for a week

As a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings, the egg plays an important role in both Easter and Passover celebrations. This means that no matter which spring holiday you’re celebrating this week, you’re likely to be eating lots of eggs. You might even have a bunch left over—or unloaded on you by your hosts—which will have you eating eggs well beyond your holiday meal. If that’s the case, fear not: we’ve got you covered, and I’m not talking egg salad sandwiches 15 ways. Instead, these five truly awesome recipes that use hard boiled eggs will help you finish your...

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7 impressive make-ahead Easter brunch recipes. As in, more time to sneak handfuls of the kids’ jellybeans.

I love hosting holiday brunches for family and friends, but cooking holiday brunches is not so high on my list. I’d much rather ease into my day sipping a latte or, now that it’s spring, one of these amazing iced coffee drinks, than slave over a stove first thing in the morning. So I’ve put together 7 really wonderful make-ahead Easter brunch recipes that make it possible to serve an impressive breakfast spread and get out of PJ’s before the first guest arrives. Hey, there’s a first for everything. Related: 6 fab Easter brunch recipes that you can prep in 30 minutes...

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