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One day of gluttony isn’t a big deal. But if you chase it with three days of the same rich, calorie-dense leftovers, you risk undoing everything gained from weeks of moderation. However, if you integrate your holiday treats into healthier fare, you can empty out your fridge and still enjoy the long weekend without worrying about dieting later.

15 Best Quick and Easy New Year's Eve Appetizers - The best and easiest appetizers that are a must to ring in the New Year!

15 Best Quick and Easy New Year's Eve Appetizers

Pumpkin Pancakes

Pumpkin Pancakes From Better Homes and Gardens, ideas and improvement projects for your home and garden plus recipes and entertaining ideas.

Rabanada (Brazilian-Style French Toast)

Rabanada usually makes an appearance on the Brazilian breakfast table around Christmastime, but it's so delicious we whip it up all year long. Most recipes call...

This holiday season, as you search for edible gift and cookie platter ideas, peruse The Daily Meal’s round up of 101 cookie recipes, including everything from the classic to the quirky, that is sure to satisfy your cookie needs.

How to Make Your Own Rosca de Reyes...Three Kings Bread

This Christmas bread, also known as "three kings bread" is wreath shaped and has a babay Jesus doll baked inside.

Perfectly Paired Holiday Side Dishes

Fennel-and-Potato Gratin | This cheesy potato gratin gets a punch of flavor from nutmeg and fennel. It's impressive enough for a holiday party, but easy enough to put together on a busy weeknight. |

A traditional Mexican bacalao recipe prepared for Christmas ~ In Portugal, where the dried salt Cod originated, it is called Bacalhau. There are thousands of variations for basic Bacalhau, in its simplest form it is re-hydrated in milk and sautéed alone in olive oil. Bacalhau spread as a common food staple to northwestern Spain, and then to Mexico and the Americas via Portuguese and Spanish sailors / fishermen. Today. most of the dried salt Cod is produced in Norway and Iceland.

Okra and Corn (kinara) for Kwanzaa

Okra and Corn (kinara) for Kwanzaa: Corn is one of the basic foods grown in Africa and is therefore a central food in it’s culture and society. They regard the corn’s life cycle as a symbol of the human life cycle.The stalk (kinara) represents the relationship between parents and children, and between their ancestors and their descendants. Gluten free