If you are like me, your fridge and freezer are always well-stocked. And by well-stocked, I mean totally jam-packed. While my chaos is somewhat organized, and I can usually move stuff around to accommodate whatever I am working on for dinner, when it comes to preparing for holiday feasts? I need to do some serious re-org.
Mardi Gras can be a handful. Between the happy dancing, drink guzzling, snack munching and picture taking, Bourbon Street-goers often wish they had a few extra hands. That’s why Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen invented the Mardi Gras Beadbox, a set of beads that hold a box of fried chicken, just in time for Fat Tuesday this year.
The Irish may be better known for their beer than their cheese, but Aldi is determined to change that this St. Patrick’s Day.
These emotional support animals won’t ruffle any feathers.
Popeyes announced on Tuesday that they are launching “Emotional Support Chickens” to help offset some of the stress that comes with traveling during the holidays—but it’s not exactly what you think.
Channel your inner Ina or Martha and master your holiday hosting duties this year. Whether you’re putting-up a few out-of-towners for the weekend or hosting the entire extended family on the Big Day, we know you can make it through the festive season without a single comment from your mother. From setting up a guest bedroom (when you don’t have one) to the power of delegating, these are the rules to live by for thoughtful hosting.