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50 Pieces Of Expert Advice On How To Have A Happy Marriage From 50 Marriage Professionals

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Tips to Maximize Kitchen Storage Space

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Christmas Trifle

Using store-bought pound cake and lemon curd for this dish is a guaranteed time-saver. This trifle can be prepared in advance and stored in the refrigerator until it's ready to be served.

Broiled Citrus and Cranberries

After a rich, filling meal, indulge in something simple and fresh. Broiling caramelizes the sugar-dusted citrus and gives this winter fruit salad a sophisticated feel. The cranberries deliver a tart punch and cleanse the palate.

Mulled Cranberry Cocktail

This cocktail can be served as a dessert, or you can drink it instead of tea on a freezing winter afternoon.

Peppermint Eggnog

Serve this virgin eggnog, jazzed up with peppermint extract, in candy-rimmed mugs.

Christmas Tree Cupcakes

Serve this snowy dessert this holiday season. Cupcakes are shaped like trees, covered with snowy frosting, and sprinkled with sanding sugar. Save some sugar to create beds of "snow" for serving. If you like, you can also make mini gingerbread stars to decorate the tops of the trees.

Frosting for Christmas Tree Cupcakes

Serve this showy dessert this holiday season. Christmas Tree Cakes are laden with snowy frosting and sprinkled with sanding sugar. If you like, you can tint the buttercream pale green with gel paste food coloring. Save some sugar to create beds of "snow" for serving.

Christmas Morning Breakfast Bake

This luscious breakfast fits the bill and, best of all, will satisfy adults and kids alike. Brew a big pot of coffee: It's a meal your guests will want to linger over.

Christmas Tree Cookies

Try one of our cutout cookie variations: Stained-Glass Snowmen, , , , and .

Cinnamon Poached Apples with Toasted Walnuts

A snack you make ahead such as this one will help you feel satiated until your next meal.

Apple Cinnamon Rum

The organic version of this rum sidesteps the pesticides found on most sugarcane (its primary ingredient). This winter nightcap recipe adds warming, spicy notes of cinnamon.

Peppermint Bark

Who can resist velvety chocolate -- bittersweet, milk, or white -- topped with nuts, candy, or dried fruit? Try our other , or experiment with your own favorite flavors.

Santa Claus Crackers

Assemble jolly hors d'oeuvres for a holiday party with kids among the guests. Your kids can be little helpers.

Cranberry Dessert Sauce

Cranberries are loaded with antioxidants and vitamin C, both of which may help boost the immune system.