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People Holiday 2016 Special

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Meredith Corporation
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14 minutos
tips & trimmings

FESTIVE IDEAS FOR FUN, FOOD & FAMILY Deck Your Halls with DIYs Paper Source shares a simple, pretty holiday craft that makes use of leftover wrapping-paper scraps How to Make a 3D Paper-Ornament Garland Materials: Red and White Baker's Twine 4 Different Wrapping Papers 1.5˝ Circle Punch (or scissors) Xyron 150 Sticker Machine (or glue stick) Makes: 50˝ garland 1. Cut Out Circles Using a 1.5˝ circle-punch tool or scissors, create 12 circles out of each of the 4 wrapping papers, for a total of 48. 2. Fold and Stick If using a sticker machine, feed each circle into machine, then fold in half and remove from plastic. If using a glue stick, fold circles in half and coat back. 3. Create the Ornaments Attach folded circles by lining up creases and sticking adhesive sides together. Repeat using 6 circles total.…

12 minutos
ina garten's holiday dinner party

MENU CHEESE PLATTER APEROL SPRITZERS ROASTED BUTTERNUT SQUASH SALAD CIDER-BRAISED PORK TENDERLOINS WITH PLUM CHUTNEY DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE WITH COFFEE MERINGUE BUTTERCREAM SALTED CARAMEL NUTS APEROL SPRITZERS Ice cubes 1 (750-ml.) bottle prosecco, chilled 12 oz. Aperol Sparkling water, chilled 6 half-round slices of orange or blood orange For each drink, fill a 14- to 16-ounce tumbler three-quarters full with ice. Fill each glass two-thirds full with prosecco, add 2 ounces of the Aperol, a splash of sparkling water and an orange slice, and stir. Serve ice-cold. Serves: 6 As a holiday hostess, Ina Garten keeps the guest list small and the atmosphere casual. "I like dinner parties more than I like cocktail parties," the Food Network star says. "Six people around the kitchen table is ideal. Everybody serves their own wine, and I ask somebody to help me clear the dishes. It's just like…

3 minutos
presidential traditions white house christmas

THE KENNEDY YEARS 1961-1963 In 1961 Jacqueline Kennedy was the first to decorate the White House Christmas tree according to a theme; she chose "Nutcracker Suite" (opposite) in honor of the ballet. Above: Jacqueline, 33, and John F. Kennedy, 45, gather with family in 1962 (left to right: Caroline Kennedy, 5; unidentified; John F. Kennedy Jr., 2; Anthony Radziwill, 3; Prince Stanislas Radziwill, 48; Lee Radziwill, 29; Anna Christina Radziwill, 2). Left: JFK hangs a stocking in front of the fireplace, 1962. Right: Caroline Kennedy, 4, prances around the tree, 1961. THE JOHNSON YEARS 1963-1969 President Lyndon B. Johnson, 59, and Claudia "Lady Bird" Johnson, 55, admire the tree in the Yellow Oval Room in 1967 with mixed-breed dog Yuki. Following the death of John F. Kennedy, the Johnsons opted for holiday decor…

4 minutos
in the kitchen cooking with the stars

Cravings The model and chef showcases yummy recipes (plus fun photos with hubby John Legend) in her debut comfort-food cookbook. CHRISSY TEIGEN'S ARMADILLO CHEESY GARLIC BREAD 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese 1½ cups finely shredded Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese ¾ cup butter, at room temperature ½ cup mayonnaise 2 tbsp. (6 cloves) finely minced garlic 1 tsp. crushed red pepper 1 tsp. kosher salt 1 tsp. black pepper 1 (1-lb.) oval French bread loaf 1. Preheat the oven to 400°. Stir together mozzarella, Parmigiano-Reggiano, butter, mayonnaise, garlic, red pepper, salt and black pepper in a large bowl. 2. Using a serrated knife, cut the bread across the top in a crosshatch pattern, making cuts 2 inches apart and taking care not to cut through the bottom of the bread. 3. Place the bread on an aluminum-foil-lined baking sheet with foil extending past the sides of the sheet.…

3 minutos
ziggy marley's new year's day brunch

Ziggy Marley's philosophy is simple. "Everybody's about fitness. Everybody's about looks. But they need to eat properly to get looks!" says the Jamaican singer (and son of the late reggae icon Bob Marley). At home in L.A., where he lives with his wife, Orly, and their four children, he is head chef in the family kitchen. "I'm very free-spirited as a cook," says Marley, 48, who always has fresh veggies on hand. "We grow kale in our small garden, and food you grow yourself just tastes better," he says. His kids' favorite dish? "They love my 'man'cakes!" says Marley. "On a Saturday morning, I'll make them with maple syrup as a treat." HEALTHY 'MAN'CAKES 2 cups gluten-free flour 2 tbsp. light brown sugar 1 tbsp. pumpkin seeds, coarsely ground 1 tbsp. flax seeds 1 tbsp. chia…

6 minutos
play with your food! edible crafts with kids

CATHERINE BEDDALL'S GINGERBREAD 1 cup shortening 1 cup granulated sugar ½ cup molasses (regular or fancy, not blackstrap) 2 tbsp. water 3 cups (about 12¾ oz.) all-purpose flour 4 tsp. ground ginger 1 tsp. kosher salt ½ tsp. baking soda 1. Preheat oven to 350°. Beat shortening and sugar with an electric stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment until light and fluffy, about 4 minutes. Add molasses and water; beat until incorporated. Stop to scrape down sides of bowl. Beat 30 seconds. 2. Sift together flour, ginger, salt and baking soda. Add to shortening mixture; beat on low speed until ingredients are incorporated and dough is crumbly and sticks together when pressed. 3. Place half of dough on a parchment-paper-lined work surface. (Make sure parchment fits a 17×12-inch baking sheet.) Press dough down slightly. Top with a second sheet of…