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16 Sweet and Savory Recipes for a Baller March Madness Party

Time to get crazy, people—March Madness is here! Scream at your players, cry at the lost chances, laugh at the calls, and shout at the ref. It’s all part of

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March Madness: Crazy Hot Dog Toppings for Your NCAA Celebrations

When it comes to March Madness food options, you can stick with a literal basketball theme, embrace a spherical shape, get inspired by pub grub, or choose to latch on

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9 Lessons We’ve Learned From ‘Queer Eye’ About Hosting a Little Gathering

We’ve all seen the emotionally charged trailer and there’s no doubt you’re ready to binge watch Netflix’s third season of the gloriously addictive “Queer Eye” (maybe while doing some serious

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These Simple Tips Make Eggs Benedict Easy, Even for a Crowd

Some foods fall naturally into the categories of both breakfast and brunch: pancakes and waffles, scrambled eggs, bacon. But along with Bloody Marys and bottomless mimosas, eggs Benedict tends to

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How to Plan an Orange-Themed Brunch

I LOVE a good themed party, and I’m known for going hard. I love dressing top to bottom in themed clothing, but what I love even more is creating a

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How to Host a Harry Potter Themed Dinner Party

The first “Harry Potter” book was published back in 2007, but even after all this time, we’re always thrilled to spy another bit of news even tangentially related to the

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How to Throw a Mardi Gras Party

All hail Rex, or Bacchus, or whatever scheduling entity has placed Mardi Gras as late as March 5 this year, just when we are starting to recover from the holidays

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This Mardi Gras, Make Classy Jelly Shots Based on Classic New Orleans Cocktails

In honor of Mardi Gras, Chowhound turned three classic New Orleans cocktails into elegant jelly shots—which is generally the non-branded term used to denote fancier Jell-O shots. And these certainly

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How to Host an Oscar Cocktail Party Fit for the Stars

Celebrate the Oscars with old-school Hollywood style.

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How to Set Up Your Room for an Oscars Party

Roll out the red carpet for your friends.

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Your Guide to Creating the Best Champagne Bar Ever

There is something inherently luxurious about Champagne. Whether it’s paired with a decadent food, like oysters or caviar, or served with strawberries as a sexy Valentine’s Day treat, the fizzy

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How to Host the Perfect Galentine’s Day Bash

Galentine’s Day has officially transcended the television screen, where it was mentioned by Leslie Knope on “Parks & Recreation,” to become a holiday that many hold near and dear to

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Keto Meal Ideas For Valentine’s Day (And Yes, You Can Have Dessert)

If you’re one of the millions of Americans “going keto,” you know that the diet is somewhat strict and difficult to adhere to, especially on holidays like Valentine’s Day that

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How to Throw a Badass Anti-Valentine’s Day Party

Haters, welcome. This is a safe space for those of us fed up with the forced romantic holiday and its duty-bound commercialism. Feeling singled out this cheesy (and not in

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Valentine’s Day Breakfast in Bed

Make ahead so you can make out.

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How to Throw a Beautiful Valentine’s Day Party

Erin Gleeson is fanciful yet downright realistic when it comes to hosting a dinner or cocktail party for friends. For instance, Valentine’s Day: If you’re inviting friends over for eats

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Super Bowl Party Playbook

Tackling the game-day festivities.

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Adam Richman’s Tips for Hosting an Epic Football-Viewing Feast

TV personality, cook, and author Adam Richman has wolfed down a 7-pound burrito, violently spicy suicide wings, and a towering 12-patty cheeseburger on the hit Travel Channel show “Man v

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Herbs and Other Ingredients Perfect for Decorating Your Christmas Table

Christmas is the time of year rampant with too much spending and too much wasting. Let’s stop that, for our budget’s sake and the earth’s benefit. Anyone planning a big

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How to Cook Christmas Dinner for 6 on a $75 Budget

You’re on a tight budget. You don’t have to be a Scrooge about it and forgo a nice meal for your close family and maybe a friend or two. Cooking

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How to Host (or Attend) a Holiday Brunch Potluck

Last weekend, Kristin Donnelly arrived at a friend’s potluck brunch carrying her signature scones marbled with sweet caramelized onions, oozy Gouda cheese, and buttery, crunchy pecans.

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