Cream cheese or traditional Southern cooked frosting? This recipe offers a sweet compromise for your red velvet cake.
Red, white, and green—the colors of the Mexican flag are all represented in chiles en nogada, which is one reason this is the traditional dish for Mexican Independence Day. But these fabulous chiles are as delicious as they are beautiful, rewarding your guests with a virtual explosion of flavor.
Simply put, the Native people lived by and for corn; it was integral to all aspects of life from religion to mythology. The Maya considered corn a gift from the gods and believed that cultivating it was a sacred duty.
These colorful fire starters are easy to make, and will make your fire—either in a fireplace or campfire—even more beautiful.
Rise from the ashes of your own past disappointments and spread your wings like the glorious Phoenix you are!
The elements of Earth and Fire come together in a beautiful way in these stunning candles, and they are surprisingly easy to make.
A home altar or ofrenda is an important feature of the Day of the Dead celebration. This is where the faithful believe the souls of the returning deceased will first be received and welcomed.
Although the literal translation of the Spanish word arpillera is "burlap," the term is also used to refer to the colorful, three-dimensional quilts that have become a popular folk art in South America. A relatively recent art form, most of the...
Papercutting is practiced in various forms around the world, and Polish papercutting, or Wycinanki, which involves the symmetrical cutting and layering of several pieces of paper, is one of the most colorful.