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Chinese New Year customs can bring a welcome sense of renewal to a seemingly endless winter. Ready to ring in the Year of the Rabbit with a fresh outlook? Here’s how.
Many of the foods people traditionally eat for luck on New Year’s Eve are believed to bring a year of prosperity and good health.
Can, carton, bottle, jar: stock these star-chef staples.
Optimism is Reader’s Digest’s middle name, so we reached out to thought leaders, authors, and experts in various fields to make our case. Some wrote from the heart, while others thought globally. Some were serious; others, funny. But they all agreed—2014 will be a very good year.
There’s more to finding the right wine than choosing a white or a red. But moving past that simple distinction is a challenge for those of us with less experience (though I will stand by two-buck chuck until the end).
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Between the gifts, party outfits, and festive nights out, the holidays can pass in a frenzied blur of green (and we don’t mean mistletoe). Once the confetti settles on New Year’s, it’s a good time to reevaluate your financial goals. … Read More
Here are some illustrated ways that you can better yourself in 2015.
The envelope, please. The Wine Trials 2011 is out (Fearless Critic Media, $14.95), and the annual brown-bag blind tastings have yielded a list of the best wallet-friendly wines in every category:
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This fruity, vanilla-infused punch is perfect for parties.
This hits the perfect balance between sweet, tart and potent with its combination of cognac, apricot brandy and raspberry eau de vie – known as framboise.
This sweet tart pomegranate cocktail looks as good as it tastes.
Created at Buck’s Club in London in 1921, this sweet and tangy drink is one of the most frequently sipped champagne cocktails in the world.
Serve these fun and flirty cocktails at your next girl’s night get-together.
The richness of these flavorful burgers is balanced by fresh mint and feta cheese, making them the perfect bite for a summer cookout or a mid-winter snack.
Hot buttered popcorn becomes sublime when paired with a fizzy glass of sparkling wine.
Inspired by a punch from Trinidad this frozen granita is just the thing for a light end to a meal.
Spinach and feta on top of flaky phyllo make irresistible appetizers.