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These festive little candies make tempting Christmas treats to stuff into stockings or share with guests.
Used to be that to qualify as Halloween candy, all a company had to do was take your favorite candy treats (Snickers, Twix, Kit Kat, etc.) and shrink them down to an adorably miniature form. But now, as Today reports, there's a batch of trendy new Halloween-specific candies in stores -- and if you're like us, you're going to find that not all these snazzy new treats will actually make their way into the bags of trick-or-treaters.
We love the holiday season; it's when it comes to New Year's resolutions that we generally say, "Bah-humbug!" It's not like we disapprove of self-improvement, it's just ... why do most New Year's resolutions have to seem so, well, joyless?
When my husband and I were married 400 years ago, the wedding present of the day was fondue sets. We were given three of them. A couple of years later, at my sister's wedding, woks were the big thing.
Ask my kids what the best thing about Christmas is, and they're sure to say the presents. However, for me, this time of year is all about the treats. From tins of cookies to candy canes and homemade fudge, there's always something sweet to savor during the holidays. Ideally, of course, these treats appear in gift baskets or on friends' tables, but sometimes we have to buckle down and make them ourselves.
For many, there's one sound that captures all the celebratory glitz of New Year's Eve: the pop of the cork on a bottle of Champagne. But which Champagne or other sparkling wine is the best for your holiday celebration? The lingo of sparkling wine and the wide variety of options can be confusing.