No matter how you plan to celebrate the holidays this year, why not find new ways to add special touches to make them extraordinary? For small household gatherings or virtual celebrations, bringing unique decorations and flavors together with a festive flair can make this year even more memorable.
The 2020 holiday season is going to be different this year, with limited travel, canceled events and strict budgets changing how Americans will celebrate. A Coinstar Holiday Survey recently said that the majority of Americans said COVID-19 will influence how they celebrate the holidays.
Holiday decorations bring a smile to everyone's face, and let's face it, we could all use that now more than ever. Crafting seasonal décor instead of shopping for it gives you and your family something to do with all your extra time at home and lets you avoid all those big crowds along with shopping stress.
Add a ruby red pop of color and sweet burst of flavor to your holiday dishes with a unique seasonal ingredient: pomegranates. Known for their sweet taste, brilliant red color and antioxidants, pomegranate arils, or seeds, bring a touch of sweetness that elevates savory and sweet recipes like no other ingredient.
Scrambled eggs are easy to make, packed with nutrients and great for the entire family. It's true that classic scramble is a great go-to, but these days you might be looking to jazz things up a bit. You can excite taste buds with interesting additions, nutritious upgrades and simple twists on traditional scrambled eggs. Co-host of Food Network's "The Kitchen," and season seven winner of "Food Network Star" Jeff Mauro reveals five ways to bring your scrambled eggs to the next level.
Creating meals together benefits your family in many ways, well beyond helping ensure everyone in the household likes what they eat. Here are five reasons to involve your children in meal prep.
Backyard movie nights are fun and easy, and whether you want a romantic evening with your partner, a fun family activity for all ages or a memorable event with friends, backyard movie nights are a great option that can be planned again and again. To create the ultimate movie night, you need a few essentials. Consider these six steps to get ready for a season of cinema fun.
Halloween has always been a fun holiday, but this year it will undoubtedly look and feel different. In a year like no other, how can you create festive celebrations that you and your family will enjoy right at home? Looking for inspiration on how to celebrate with your family while enjoying the magic of the Halloween season? Hershey has gathered an expert team - the Hershey Halloween Squad - to uncover the best ways to guarantee Halloween fun no matter how you choose to celebrate this year.
Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.More members of many families across the country are finding significance in their heritage, and making it come alive in their own ways. Special family and cultural traditions can strengthen family bonds, provide a sense of belonging and connect the present day to a richer history. Whether tied to holidays or unique meaningful moments, gathering in together helps a family have fun and create new memories.
Winter season brings simple pleasures such as hot cocoa, holiday music and cozy nights by the fireplace, but the hustle and bustle of the season can also take a toll on your well-being. Stress and unhealthy eating that come with seasonal celebrations along with colder weather make many people want to curl up inside with a blanket.
Beautiful, healthy-looking skin is a sign of good health, but it's not just how your skin looks - it's about how it feels too. If your skin is sensitive, you may experience symptoms that make you feel uncomfortable. How do you know if you have sensitive skin?
These are stressful times, everyone is coping with a lot - from anxiety about the pandemic and financial worries to stress around work and family schedules, and so much more. According to a CDC survey this June, over 30% of participants stated they had symptoms of an anxiety or depressive disorder. With so much stress and anxiety this year, many people find themselves sick to their stomachs - literally.