A short history and description of the Mexican Day of the Dead (Dia de los muertos) celebration. The holiday is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd and dates back to the Aztecs.
Learn some simple cloth napkin folds that take minutes to learn and bring elegance to your table.
We've created this gallery of sugar skulls decorated for Day Of The Dead to help stimulate your creativity as you decorate your sugar skulls this year. View several examples of non-traditional sugar skulls.
There are several types of fondue fuel most commonly used in fondue making. Read about the fuel options and uses. Choose the right type of fuel for the fondue you are making. Includes paste fuel, gel fuel, candle lights, alcohol, butane and sterno.
After the Easter egg hunt comes the hunt for left-over hard boiled egg recipes. Here are some suggestions on what to do with those left over hard-boiled Easter Eggs.