This "thumbprint" fudgy, nutty cookie with a caramel center is perfect for holiday parties.
What parenting culture do you belong to? Do you spank? Attend church regularly? Believe teens need birth control education? Let your belief in the inherent goodness of humans guide your parenting? There are "Four Family Cultures" or moral ecosystems in the US, say researchers at the University of Virginia's Culture of American Families Project. See where you fit in to the four cultures of Faithful, Detached, Engaged Progressive or American Dreamer.– Stephanie Hanes, Modern Parenthood Blogger
For good or ill, the era of closed adoption effectively is over with online databases, archives, and social media, says a new report by the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute. Meanwhile, unregulated adoption websites contribute to the commodification of adoption.
Chestnuts are nutty and slightly sweet and pair beautifully with woodsy sage and salty pancetta. Add them all to a thick pasta for hearty and satisfying meal.
Sesame Street made a first attempted a segment on divorce in 1992, but it made preschoolers cry so it never aired. It has now returned to divorce with segments airing online only.
Will Paul McCartney fill the role of Kurt Cobain for a Nirvana reunion? Representatives won't confirm anything, but rumors say the group will perform a new song with the former Beatle.
'Man of Steel' will explore the character of Superman before he has fully assumed his superhero identity.
Japanese matcha green tea and bittersweet chocolate make these buttery shortbread cookies deliciously decadent, with coffee or tea.
Rescue dog Albie takes a nap with his owner and sparks a reverie on the spiritual connections of an extended family ... particularly the canine extension.
An easy appetizer that tastes delicious, takes only five minutes to make, and can be prepared hours ahead of the party.
Will Johnny Depp return to Wonderland? There may be a sequel to Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland.'