NEW YORK (AP) - Tablet computers are expected to top many kids' holiday lists, but parents need to do their homework first.
Cookbooks offer so much in the way of a gift: a glimpse into a chef's kitchen, a visit to another country, elaborate blueprints for meals you will never attempt, even just a chance to enjoy exceptionally gorgeous food photography.
Edible, drinkable and all-around delicious, these gifts were made by local chefs and businesses.
Your child has been asking for a pet for a while now. He’s hoping you’ll cave and buy a puppy or kitten for Christmas. Be a good parent: give your child a video or book on cat or dog care, and plan to adopt a cat or dog after the holidays.
Eggnog off the shelf is smooth, sweet, and perfectly satisfying, but if you’re anything like myself, a full carton sitting in the fridge proves...
The holiday season is all about giving back, which means honoring the people in your life.
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