HOLIDAY: Happy Chanukah

Chanukah, the festival of lights, starts at sunset tonight through sunset, December 19th, or in the Hebrew calendar, the 24th of Kislev, 5770. Most people enjoy celebrating with potato latkes (you can send them as a gift from Linda’s Latkes). Even if you’re not Jewish, why not make some latkes over the weekend, and join…
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GIFTS: Inexpensive Chocolate & Caramel Delights

Indulge someone with indulge caramels. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky | THE NIBBLE. If your friends and family like chocolate, take a peek at seven of our favorite gourmet chocolate and caramel gift picks under, all $15.00. There’s something for everyone, from hot and spicy chocolate to “cocktail cups”—a chocolate Margarita rimmed with salt—to chocolate bars…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

For a seasonal change of pace, add dried cranberries to your chocolate chip or oatmeal cookie recipe. You can find loose dried cranberries in many specialty food stores, and Ocean Spray Craisins in most supermarkets. Split the amount of chocolate chips in your recipe by half, making up the remainder with the cranberries. Do the…
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ENTERTAINING: Tea & A Christmas Tree

A cup of spiced Constant Comment tea with a matching cake. Photo courtesy of Bigelow Tea. ‘Tis the season to enjoy cinnamon spice tea with your favorite holiday goodies, suggest our friends at the Fitzpatrick Hotel in New York City. Their “Fitz to a Tea” program has a different tea theme each month of the…
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