Chow.com tells you how to ship cookies and other treats for the holidays
: "You don't want to ship any cookie or baked good that won't hold up for three to five days sitting around your house in the container you plan to ship in. Not sure? Do a test batch and see what happens." [more inside]
Who ate Baby Jesus?
You may well ask yourself if you should become owner of this here nativity scene made entirely out of S'Mores.
Wherever and whoever's celebrating, no matter what your religious beliefs are, Xmas (in the Christian-dominated world at least) means over-indulgence and conspicuous consumption. The standard fare and behaviour, however, vary wildly. Here's a standard Christmas menu
for Portugal and a glimpse into one of Barcelona's less savoury traditions
to start the ball rolling. Just how different are MeFi Xmas experiences? Hey, do they have anything in common at all?
Enjoy what may be your last royalty-free Christmas dinner...
Opinion solicitation: is either extreme right here? Is there a compromise solution that will satisfy both sides? Where do the rest of us (i.e., the food consumers) fit in to this?