It's simple: These very merry Christmas cookie recipes are favorites that you'll want to save, hand down, and make again and again. We've got all the classics, including sugar cookie recipes, Christmas spritz cookies, and spiced gingerbread recipes. Try one of our cookie recipes to share this Christmas!View Slideshow
One of the most time-consuming parts of any holiday meal: making the dinner rolls. With the time it takes to prepare the dough, wait for it to rise, and bake, traditional dinner roll recipes can be an all-day affair! Making dinner rolls doesn't have to take all day, though. Whether you make them from scratch or start with a little extra help, you can make delicious dinner rolls in just one hour. So, make preparing your holiday dinner a little easier with these eight quick dinner roll recipes that are all ready in 60 minutes or less!View Slideshow
Add a frosty flare to your mason jars with this holiday craft that you can make for anyone on your gift list.View Video
Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Japanese inspired recipes are all here: soups, dips, salads, tempura, dumplings, spring rolls, and more.
Tofu with a crispy, crunchy sesame seed coating tops this ginger-spiked watercress and spinach salad.
Instead of a dough wrapper, like Chinese egg rolls, spring rolls encase seasoned radishes, greens, carrots, cucumbers, and other vegetables in thin, translucent rice papers.
A ginger-lime dressing tossed with broccoli and coconut adds a fresh-tasting twist to this spring roll variation.
Soy sauce, gingerroot, cabbage, and pea pods add an Asian flair to this version of a classic favorite.
In this meatless recipe, tofu is wrapped into wonton skins with shiitake mushrooms, scallions, water chestnuts, and three Asian sauces: hoisin, soy, and chili sauce with garlic.
These tender bites of rice noodles, fresh vegetables, and herbs are traditionally served for New Year's, but are great anytime.
For a flavorful appetizer try these ground beef and vegetable bundles. Serve them with a rice vinegar-soy dipping sauce garnished with scallions.
For a festive party finish, top the Chinese dim sum-style buns with black and white sesame seeds.
Long before wraps became the rage in America, Asian cooks folded savory fillings within rice-paper wrappers, thin pancakes, and lettuce leaves. The lettuce leaves provide a crisp, fresh contrast to a spicy filling.