Take our quiz for recipe suggestions.
Our collection of holiday cookie recipes has something for everyone.
Modestly priced options and a range of cocktail possibilities for the holidays, from Spirits columnist Jason Wilson.
Deputy Food Editor Bonnie S. Benwick compiled the top 10 cookbooks of the year, along with hometown favorites and others that deserve a place on your bookshelf — or on the shelves of your favorite cooks.
To find deals on high-quality sparkling wine, look at originas both usual and unexpected.
Two Washington bloggers combine forces to sell cookies, pies and cakes with a retro twist at a farmers market and online.
Learn how to create a showstopping, edible 3-D Christmas tree.
Fill out your dessert spread with these bite-sized treats.
Sourced: David Hagedorn finds out what goes into confections made by two area companies.
Dave McIntyre’s recommended reading from 2011.
A family’s annual cooking sessions mean more than a good meal.
Pastry chef Tiffany MacIsaac shares a few tips, from good butter to a pre-cooked filling.
Solo cooks who get loaded with leftovers as they leave the party will appreciate these ways to use them up.
Dave McIntyre debunks the dogma.
Our panel put six vegan products to the test, with surprising results.
Corn bread gets smoky flavors from andouille, while sweet potatoes and broccoli rabe take their turns over the fire. The result: a lazy man’s holiday.
A kosher, dairy-free menu inspired by West Coast living and Sephardic influences.
Lessons learned from the 19th century inform the holiday cooking of Maryland farmer Sally Waltz.
Using an oven, a father and daughter re-create the taste of the bird that Hawaiians cook slowly underground.
The Post’s Travel writers suggest presents designed for the jet setter in your family and friends.
The Post’s Style critics suggest presents designed to bring more joy into the life of the lucky recipient.
What will you pay to send a package out of town to arrive by Christmas Eve? Here are your options.
Christmas shopping apps organize gift-giving.
Instead of toys that end up broken or discarded, put your money toward a 529 college savings plan.
Celebritologist Jen Chaney offers gifts that feature the joys of fictional small-town life.
Present possibilities, from the I Am T-Pain microphone to a plush Lil’ Sebastian.
We frequently get asked what gadgets, books, and more we’d recommend for the weather enthusiast. In this post, each of the Capital Weather Gang members offers an idea or two.
Al Kamen’s In the Loop offers holiday gift suggestions and one for next year — a new Obama biography.
Gift ideas for the 1 percent.
Giving gifts from the heart sometimes means being practical instead of extravagant.
Here are 15 “just because” items that can make the holidays fun for the techie in your life.
The holidays have officially arrived, which means it’s time to start gift shopping. We’ve done the legwork for you.
Presents that will get you on your feet — and make them feel better too.
Philip Kennicott recommends exhibits, books and albums to brighten the season.
Peter Marks’s picks for the most joyful shows and songs.
Ann Hornaday offers a cinematic feast for movie fans.
Finding the right box-set of sentimental reruns for the person on your gift list is no easy task. That’s because our favorite TV shows can be deeply personal, just like the holiday itself.
Selections by Post pop music critic Chris Richards.
Forget whimsy. Avoid flimsy. Gifts for gardeners, like gardeners themselves, are practical.
What multitasking women really want this year is the new Apple iPhone’s cheeky little vixen.
Find suggestions for men, women, teens, tweens, foodies, book-lovers and others.
Know an entrepreneur? Here are some ideas to jump-start your holiday shopping.
Gift cards are more popular than ever for people who already have just about everything, but if you buy or use them, here’s how to avoid being scammed or ripped off.
Head to National Harbor and Georgetown, among other places, for last-minute gifts.
Car expert Mike Tucker Jr. shares his list for the best gifts for cool dads.