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Celebrate with Woman's World

Celebrate with Woman's World 11/25/2019

Each glossy 100-page edition is one that you’ll want to keep for years! Four times a year, look forward to crowd-pleasing recipes, cheery holiday crafts, and complete party plans tailored to the season. It’s everything you need to make your celebrations even more fun and meaningful, whether you’re planning a get-together with the girls, a special birthday, or an open house for the whole neighborhood!

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United States
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English
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Heinrich Bauer NA
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Quarterly
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3 min
give thanks beautifully

Carving the turkey, sharing our blessings, laughing with loved ones...Thanksgiving celebrates two of the greatest things in life: food and family! Welcoming your nearest and dearest to a beautiful holiday spread shows your love and sets the scene for giving thanks in style. The key to creating a tableau that’s stunning yet easy on you? Pairing simple dinnerware with fresh harvest touches—like our too-cute gourd caddies and berry-kissed candles—so your meal can truly shine. Welcome everyone with a rustic “runner” All it takes to turn a dinner table into a simply stunning spread is a centerpiece made from a wooden plank, candles and fresh harvest pickings. To do: Lay a cut-to-fit plank of antique or reclaimed wood vertically down the center of your table. Next, cluster pillar and taper candles in a…

22 min
hauntingly good desserts

There’s no trick to these Halloween treats—whether you love a big DIY baking project or just want to whip up something fast that’ll guarantee smiles, our easy step-by-steps are just the recipe, from a three-story edible haunted mansion to adorable Draculas made quick with store-bought snack cakes. Bonus: We’ve also included delicious desserts designed to use up all that leftover candy! Polka Dot Spider Cake A cinch to make with mixes and fast-from-scratch buttercream frosting, our grape-flavored creation is filled with a polka-dot surprise 2 (15.25 oz.) pkgs. white cake mix3 egg whites1 cup oilOrange, violet, leaf green, lemon yellow and black concentrated food colorings1 pkg. (3 oz.) grape gelatin mix4 eggs3/4 cup + 1 Tbs. milk11/2 cups butter, at room temp.4 cups confectioners’ sugar2 tsp. vanilla extract2 Tbs. light corn syrup1/4 tsp.…

1 min
welcome to our halloween celebration!

Come All Hallows’ Eve, magic is in the air and fun knows no bounds, whether you’re trick-or-treating with the little ones in your life or hosting a giant boo bash for friends and family. To add even more hocus-pocus to your Halloween, we’ve packed this issue with delicious eats and fabulous treats that guarantee happy ghouls and goblins of all ages. And thanks to our test-kitchen experts, all these sure-to-impress dishes are surprisingly easy to make—and may even spark new Halloween traditions. Speaking of traditions, it’s never too early to start planning for Thanksgiving, which is why you’ll find some of our all-time favorite Turkey Day recipes to give you a leg up on the biggest food day of the year. Let’s get cooking!…

12 min
spook-tacular dinner delights

No need to be a mad scientist to bring these magical dishes to life—our clever recipes make it easy to conjure up a frightfully festive feast! From a turkey breast disguised as a devil to a mummified meatloaf, we’ve got the mains that are sure to wow your Halloween revelers. And they’re perfect for pairing with our fun sides, like eye-popping peas and spookiest-ever Brussels sprouts. Mix and match your favorites for a meal that’s to die for! Mummy Meatloaf Conjure up smiles with this monstrously good spin on a comfort-food classic 2 lbs. ground beef3 eggs11/4 cups quick-cooking oats1 onion, finely chopped1 red pepper, chopped1/2 cup ketchup1 Tbs. chopped fresh thyme1 (13.8 oz.) pkg. refrigerated pizza dough2 cups cooked cavatappi pasta1 cup marinara pasta sauce, warmedRadish, olive and scallion slices (optional) Heat oven…

6 min
spirited sips that bewitch!

Jolly Rancher Trick-or-Tini Transform Halloween candy and watermelon vodka into a tantalizing twist on a classic martini 4 watermelon-flavored Jolly Rancher candies2 tsp. light corn syrup2 tsp. grenadine syrup11/2 cups white cranberry juice1/2 cup watermelon vodka2 Tbs. frozen limeade concentrateWatermelon balls and lime zest curls (optional) Crush 2 candies. Dip rims of 2 martini glasses in water, then crushed candies. Place 1 of each remaining candies in each glass. Add corn and grenadine syrups. In ice-filled cocktail shaker, combine cranberry juice, vodka and frozen limeade concentrate. Cover; shake vigorously until well chilled. Strain into glasses. If desired, garnish with watermelon balls and lime zest curls. SERVINGS: 2 ACTIVE time: 10 min. TOTAL time: 10 min. Spider Bite Float This fizzy orange and ice-cream drink can double as dessert 1 cup orange sorbet1 cup vanilla ice cream1 tsp. vanilla…

11 min
thanksgiving feast

Gather friends and family around the table for a heartwarming holiday meal everyone’s sure to be grateful for—whether you serve up a more traditional turkey with all the trimmings or roast a crispy-skinned breast with make-ahead-easy sides, we’ve got the recipes for your most delicious Thanksgiving ever. Mix and match your favorites for a table that’s overflowing with homemade love! Herb Roasted Turkey with Sage-Cider Gravy A quick slathering of thyme-sage butter ensures this holiday favorite bakes up full of flavor 8 Tbs. butter, at room temp.3 Tbs. chopped fresh thyme3 Tbs. chopped fresh sage2 onions, sliced1 (15 lb.) turkey, neck reserved1 tsp. celery seed3 cups low-sodium turkey stock3 cups apple cider1/4 cup cornstarchSalt and pepper Heat oven to 375°F. Combine 4 Tbs. butter, thyme and 2 Tbs. sage; spread on and under turkey…