Celebration ideas for your family-friendly New Year's eve party.
Amp up the allure of veggies by marinating them in sweet and tangy balsamic vinaigrette. Delicious and party-perfect served warm on skewers, they're also great as leftovers added to pasta sauces and salads.
This flavorful finger food will be gone in seconds. Store-bought wonton wrappers make prepping these delicious dumplings a snap. They can also be made ahead and stored in the freezer for up to a month.
If you've been searching for a rich, chewy, dark, decadent chocolate cookie that's like a cross between a brownie and a black hole, look no further. Made with melted chocolate, chocolate chips, and cocoa powder, these could best be described as epic.
This chopped salad is fabulous even without the pita chips, which push it into sublime territory. Delicious and healthy, Turkish cuisine is perfect summer food for the whole family.
These are moist and savory and cheesy and wonderful, and they make the perfect pack-and-go meal if you are, say, headed out into the blizzard to make snow angels.
An Italian twist on the classic mac 'n' cheese, this hearty casserole features creamy tomato sauce and five varieties of cheese. With an easy, five-minute prep, you'll have dinner on the table in less than an hour.
Goofy's cup cozy adds a bit of good humor to any holiday refreshment.
Here's a silly, highly energetic wrestling game.
You can defy gravity with this aqua-batic stunt.
On New Year's Eve, invite your kids to write a letter to their future selves. They can list their favorite things and make predictions.
A variation on checkers that's a deceptively simple strategy game.
One of our Founding Fathers is caught in a bind and needs your help! Can you free him from his round buddies so that he can celebrate Presidents' Day?