Our favorite party trend? Creative DIY drink stations that let party-goers play mixologist. We're sharing our favorite beverage stations, including an infused vodka station, a mojito station, and more. Once you set out the listed supplies, you're all ready to party!View Slideshow
We all love chocolate! Whether you prefer intense dark, creamy milk, or sweet white chocolate, we can agree on one thing -- any time is a good time to indulge. Think beyond the world of desserts with these decadent recipes that celebrate chocolate in sweet snacks, sides, and main dishes.
Make a break from the bar with a tempting sweet or savory treat that starts with chocolate.
Ditch boring grilled chicken. We've spiced up this zesty sandwich with a slathering of homemade Mexican mole sauce (hello, chocolate!) and chopped papaya for a fresh tropical twist.
Chocolate with fish? Believe it! Rich cocoa and nutty almonds provide the crust atop this 30-minute anything-but-basic salmon.
Rethink your pasta course. Serve warm baked ravioli for dessert, and you'll be rewarded with crunchy pockets filled with luscious, oozing milk chocolate.
White chocolate + shrimp = delicious. Don't take our word for it: Find out for yourself with our easy and elegant one-dish meal.
No arm twisting here! Ultra-chocolaty pretzels are sure to satisfy your most intense chocolate cravings. Keep a batch in the freezer for any time you need a sweet snack.
We're crazy for cocoa-crusted pork! Top juicy tenderloin with a robust rub of dark cocoa powder, bitter coffee, and spicy chili powder. Temper the heat with a tart sour cherry salsa.
No grill? No problem. You can enjoy these oven-barbecued chicken breasts any time of year. Ancho chile pepper brings the heat while bittersweet chocolate deepens the flavor.
Tip: This chocolaty barbecue sauce can be used on pork chops or grilled meaty fish, such as swordfish or halibut.
Not for the faint of heart, our South-of-the-Border chili is loaded with rich chocolate and smoky chipotle peppers. Want even more flavor? Finish the bowl with a sprinkle of dark cocoa powder and a cooling dollop of sour cream.
Marry chocolate and espresso, and you'll have the start of a delicious sauce. Three's company when you add short ribs for an elegant take on classic comfort food.