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The Holidays Call for Turkey

Whether it's roasted, deep fried, smoked or grilled - Americans love to serve up juicy, flavorful turkey as the highlight of holiday meals.

Make Your Holidays Sweeter

This year, resist the urge to dust off those same old recipe cards and spread some holiday cheer with creative, new recipes that feature the fruity goodness of Lucky Leaf Pie Fillings. With three classic offerings of cherry, apple and blueberry, you're sure to find the perfect flavor for all of your seasonal baking needs.

Sweet Ideas for Holiday Desserts

The highlight of many a holiday meal, desserts are adored by young and old alike. This year, complete your festive celebration with delightful desserts that feature California Dried Figs.

Fuss-Free Festive Appetizers

Whether you've planned a gathering with loved ones, or friends and family drop by for some impromptu celebrating, the holiday season is filled with festive entertaining.

Eye Health and Aging

As you age, your body goes through many changes, including differences in eyesight which can negatively affect day-to-day activities.

Back to Basics: Gifts That Inspire the Imagination

Though it may seem that all of the high-demand gift items this season require batteries and a level of tech savvy only the younger generation can boast, there are actually many great options that let you encourage the kids on your list to get back to basics and get unplugged.

Tips for Hassle-Free Holiday Shopping

Looking to take the stress out of your holiday shopping this season? Planning ahead and taking steps to protect yourself and your purchases can relieve a lot of shopping-induced stress, according to Jeff Unterreiner, a senior vice president with Assurant Solutions.

Bringing the Outside Indoors

When the weather conditions are just right, a relaxing evening spent on the porch or patio is perfect for enjoying good company and the beauty of the outside world. Wouldn't it be nice to enjoy these comforts regardless of the season?