Entertaining Idea of the Day

More soup for you. This gingery take on everyone's favorite is just the thing for chilly winter nights.
Celebrity party planner Mindy Weiss gives us the scoop on her go-to beverage for this year's festivities.
This decadent dessert features a surprising ingredient that'll have you begging for another serving.
Discover the Middle Eastern spice blend that's been missing from your life.
More soup for you! Spice up a lackluster meal with bold flavors and a colorful array of toppings.
With sweater weather in full swing, one New York creative hosts his closest friends for a cozy night in.
Looking for an easy weeknight dinner you won't have to go far for? Forget the restaurant and opt for this simple, satisfying dish.
To say that Diana Yen knows her way around the kitchen is an understatement. As the founder of The Jewels of New York, she has assembled a highly talented collective of chefs who can do more than ju...
Step up your Super Bowl party game with this elegantly simple crowd-pleasing appetizer.
With an endless number of variations and a super-short five-minute prep time, Diana Yen's açaí bowl hits all the right notes.
The addition of buckwheat flour and pumpkin puree makes a classic breakfast staple less decadent.
Sushi, martinis, and everything else a Wolf of Wall Street would approve of.
A quick trip down the spice aisle of your local supermarket and 15 minutes are all you need to warm up the holidays.
Mud, wine, and makeup prove no match for the professionals at The Laundress.
Want to win this year's cookie swap? Make like a grown-up and opt for these fun and festive tea-infused treats.
Diana Yen of Jewels of New York shares her recipe for the perfect Yule Log.
These jolly, happy souls by Lonny's go-to recipe guru are almost too cute to eat.
One Kings Lane and Sweetgreen divulge their tips for hosting an intimate and delicious gathering.
From turkey soup to stuffing-topped hors d’oeuvres, these ideas from some of our favorite food websites help you relive the holiday's best dishes.
Here's what to do when the perfect holiday tablecloth eludes you.
Just this once, forget the apple and pumpkin and live a little.
Helpful hack or old wives' tale? We're separating the tricks from the myths with a Pie School professor.