How to Host the Perfect Tea Party

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How to Host the Perfect Tea Party

Host a tea party at home with our three examples of ways to steep you and your guests in the tea tradition.

7 Flowers Good Enough to Eat (Really!)

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7 Flowers Good Enough to Eat (Really!)

These seven flowers pack a sweet punch, adding more than just decoration to your dinner plate.

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars

Both kids and adults will gobble up this no-bake bar. It’s peanut butter cups and Rice Krispie Treats all rolled into one.

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Mexican Wedding Cookies

These melt-in-your mouth cookies have many names: Russian Tea Cakes, Mexican Wedding Cakes, Pecan Balls, Snowdrops, and Snowballs. They’re often baked during the holidays but are also popular at weddings and other festive occasions. Vary the recipe using hazelnuts, almonds, or walnuts in place of the pecans.

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Chocolate Almond Brittle

This easy-to-make treat resembles peanut brittle in its rough-hewn appearance and buttery flavor. It takes much less time to make, however, and is simply delicious.

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Apple Cobbler

Many kinds of fruit can be used in a cobbler, but apples are perfect for fall and winter. This is a very simple dessert you can prepare in advance and pop in the oven just before guests arrive.

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Chocolate Cake with Cocoa Frosting

This chocolate cake might be the easiest cake in the world to prepare, and it’s incredibly versatile, lending itself to a layer cake, bundt cake, or cupcakes.

Apple Cobbler

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Apple Cobbler

Tart apples and fluffy biscuits meet in this perfect fall dessert.