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How Muslims Are Rethinking the Future of Ramadan

Some community organizers are hoping the changes driven by the pandemic will improve Ramadan for years to come

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Flourless Chocolate Cake Is a Simple, Indulgent Passover All-Star

During a holiday whose cuisine is often defined by what it lacks, this cake is proof that there is sweetness in restriction

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A Brief Guide to Buying Champagne

In the market for Champagne for whatever reason? Start with a bottle from one of these Champagne houses.

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The Best Gluten-Free Baking Recipes, According to Eater Editors

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Light Your Desserts on Fire

Flambeéing desserts at home is easier than you think — and guaranteed to make you feel something

Which Food Publication Won the 2020 Holiday Cookie Bake-off?

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The Best Holiday Cookie Recipes, According to Eater Editors

Baking for others is a delightful pursuit. These are the recipes Eater editors reach for when cookies are in the cards.

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The Best Ways to Send Holiday Cookies in the Mail

Turns out mailing cookies to your coworkers (and friends!) is easier than you think

The Cyber Monday Deals Worth Checking Out

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There’s Never Been a Better Year to Do a Takeout Thanksgiving

Help restaurants and save yourself time in the kitchen for what’s bound to be a weird holiday anyway

A Decidedly Un-Rockwellian Thanksgiving

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A Classic Make-Ahead Menu for Not-So-Normal Holidays

Starting a day early is the key to making a holiday feast without the help of friends and family

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A Comprehensive Guide to Sending Baked Goods in the Mail

Because the last thing you want is for your cookies to arrive as a box of crumbs

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Just Opt Out of Thanksgiving

It’s okay to skip the holiday this year. In fact, I’m treasuring the thought of it.

We Asked Health Experts About the Safest Methods for Trick-or-Treating in 2020

From scavenger hunts to hurling candy from your porch, here’s what they had to say

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Sweets Companies Are Really Hoping You Buy Halloween Candy This Year

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Iftar in Isolation

For Ramadan this year, Muslims are doing what they can to break the fast without breaking quarantine

How the Maxwell House Haggadah Found a Permanent Place at the Seder Table

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Fuck It, Let Them Eat Cake

Fuck It, Let Them Eat Cake

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What Does It Take to Run a Busy Chinese Restaurant on Christmas Day?

Christmas service at the Princess Garden Chinese restaurant in Kansas City is an all-hands-on-deck family affair

For Puerto Ricans, It’s Not Christmas Without Pasteles

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8 Rules for Eating Out on a Holiday (If You Refuse to Cook)

Arrive on time, tip big, and be prepared for the unexpected

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How to Cook Thanksgiving Dinner in a Super-Small Space

If You’re Rich, You Should Absolutely Give Trick-or-Treaters Full-Sized Snickers

Fourth of July Foods, Ranked by How Much They Make Me Love America

Bad (Pot) Luck

Do You Love Your Mom as Much as These Brands Love Her?

Stop Trying to Open Your Champagne With a Sword

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The History of Jews, Chinese Food, and Christmas, Explained by a Rabbi

Skip the Football and Listen to ‘Turkey Confidential’ This Thanksgiving

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You’re Morally Obligated to Call Out Your Racist Relatives at Thanksgiving

The annual dinner is the perfect time for uncomfortable conversation

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