Take our true-false quiz to see how much you know about the holiday's most popular indoor plant, the poinsettia.
Rescue dog Albie hosts a canine friend for an extended sleepover – next time he'll put his favorite toys away before the guest arrives.
Whether it's date night or dinner for one, this meal comes together quickly, and is simply elegant. Browned scallops drizzled with lemon juice and almond butter sauce sit on a bed of creamy cauliflower.
Sure, Halloween and the winter holidays get all the movies and songs. But Thanksgiving has gotten a few famous places in pop culture, from the Peanuts to Steve Martin trying to get home.
Looking at an upcoming week of turkey sandwiches? Make this simple sweet potato salad ahead of time and have an interesting side dish ready to go.
No Thanksgiving table is complete without a classic pumpkin pie. For a retro variation, try this recipe from the late 1800s.
Thanksgiving gratitude isn't only seasonal. Teaching gratitude and awareness of what is good in children's lives can rub off – there's so much to appreciate, from a cloud to a warm home to a good meal. Without that perspective, only the things kids don't have will seem important.
How do we talk about faith with our children? Before her son ever asked the 'Mom, do you believe in God?' question, a mom asked him, 'So what is God?' His answer helped her ponder her own faith more.
Celebrating Thanksgiving with relatives? Here are 8 tips for how to tame your parenting performance anxiety over well-meaning – but unsolicited – parenting advice.
Mix it up this Thanksgiving with mini pumpkin pies. Find gingerbread graham crackers for the crust of a lifetime, and top with whipped cream for a fun and decadent holiday dessert.
How did we end up with a disease metaphor to refer to the way information travels through society?
Chestnuts add a sweet, nutty, and chewy flavor to classic bread stuffing. Add dried cranberries and fresh herbs to infuse lovely aromatic flavors.