- 10 movies we can't wait to see this year
- Rounding up culinary resolutions for 2012
- Celebrate Kate Bosworth's birthday with her 15 hottest looks
- Carry-on packing tips for beginning-of-year travel
- Job search tips to find your dream job this year
- Do you have a pet-related goal for 2012?
- How to get rid of tired, puffy eyes
- Love resolutions you can stick to in the new year
- Great movies you'll want to bring your kids to
- Gorgeous ways to decorate with terra cotta pots
- How to stick to your healthy hopes for 2012
- Ryan Gosling introduces Eva Mendes to his mom
- Chic cold-weather looks for a Seattle Winter
Posts for January 2nd 2012
We're into the second day of the new year, and by now, you've probably recovered from that massive hangover, and have managed to square away all of your big resolutions. To help you get your year off to the right start, we want to see what you know about age-old food traditions that are supposed to bring good fortune right about now. Cultures around the world are welcoming the year with a variety of foods that symbolize luck and prosperity; take the quiz to see if you know what they're eating around the globe for a happy, healthy 2012.Take the Quiz
It's that wonderful time of year where we get excited for all the magnificent things we're going to accomplish. Aside from the expected health, financial, and personal resolutions, I like to set culinary resolutions every year. This year I'm planning to make as many things from scratch as possible, instead of buying them from the store — especially bread. It'll be a year of great gastronomic adventures. What about you? What are your culinary resolutions this year? Share them in the comments.
After all of the holiday festivities, hit the reset button on your palate with a wholesome beet salad, courtesy of Sevimel.
Too much making merry? Detox with this delicious salad — your liver and your taste buds will thank you!