Spice up any leftover turkey with this warm dish.
We have more gift ideas for you this holiday season. For the person who enjoys Canadian television comedy, World War II drama, a TV documentary on mankind's narrative myths, and a classic British television detective series, we have a quartet of selections. By the way, if you would like to purchase any of these DVD sets, there are links to do so on each page and you can help the Monitor at the same time.
A delicious snack made from those leftover Thanksgiving spuds.
Roasting radicchio is a favorite way to prepare it in Italian kitchens.
We continue our effort to provide you with gift ideas this holiday season. In this installment, we're looking at classic movie and television show DVD collections. Earlier this week, we posted a list of "DVDs for the family" (see link below). If you decide to purchase a particular DVD, you might consider using the link below the item and help the Monitor at the same time.
I wanted to create a simple, easy pond. What could go wrong? Let me count the ways....
Borrowing a word from the furniture business, the president reminds us of the importance of sound symbolism in political rhetoric.
Spicy pumpkin soup was an easy and creative dinner for these new (and tired) parents.
Music is appreciated throughout the year and makes a great holiday gift for family and friends. Here are some suggestions – ranging from Ken Burns' 'Baseball' soundtrack to Dave Brubeck – recommended by the Monitor staff. Click on the link at the end of each item to purchase on amazon.com, and a small percentage will go to support the Monitor.
Looking for an easy houseplant with beautiful flowers that can grow in low light? Grow lady's slipper orchids.
Now that we're fully into the holiday shopping season, Monitor staff writers have compiled a list of items you might consider as Christmas or Hanukkah gifts. We begin with some family-friendly DVDs. Each item has a link to amazon.com, where you can purchase the item and help support the Christian Science Monitor at the same time.
Little pockets of simple loveliness.
Topiaries are popular around the holidays, but they need regular watering and good light to keep them alive and looking good.