Just think, from this point forward every day gets a little bit longer. Hello spring! Ok, maybe not quite yet, but each day brings it a little bit closer and that's definitely a reason to celebrate. How about camping in the living room? It's an activity that may make the long night seem way too short.
Fun and Activities
As the year winds down and the holiday season hits full gear, you may be exploring the possibility of sneaking in one last vacation before saying farewell to the year past. If you haven't decided on your destination, we have suggestions that will create warm memories to last during the rest of those long winter months ahead.
A display of marching, cream cheese and olive penguins gets folks laughing! They're perfect for a kids' party or any gathering of the young at heart.
Popcorn makes a great snack, but it can seem a little mundane for the buffet table. Give it some sparkle and a bit of a kick with one -- or more -- of these popcorn toppers.
A cheese ball probably won't top the "healthy list," but everyone knows that a holiday buffet table without one is naked. What's a host to do?
As the year quickly comes to a close, send it out on a high note with a New Year's Eve buffet and ring in the goodness! This buffet is a perfect candidate for a potluck party, too!
Risotto can make an entire meal or serve as a side dish, depending on which veggies or meats you've added.
The winter season presents endless, unique moments to grab and transform them into priceless memories. Freeze that frame! Gather up your favorite photos and your stash of seasonal scrapbooking supplies. Capture and save those winter memories on festively themed pages.
Mom said that these cookies were made with butter and love. It seems that each bite brings up a picture of Christmas past. Bake up a batch of Peppernotter and start making those special memories with your family.
Gluten-free baking sometimes tastes...well, gluten-free. These brownies don't. They may be the best you've ever tasted. Why not whip up a batch and give away as presents or include in a "cookie exchange"?