Make Your Own Box of Chocolates

Richard Cadbury invented the first Valentine's Day candy box in the late 1800s in Victorian England and now more than 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate are sold for Valentine's Day each year! Every brand, from all-American Hershey to gourmet European chocolatiers, creates deluxe boxes, in all shapes, of different flavored chocolate candies. Whether it be caramel, dark chocolate cream, raspberry, mint or classic vanilla, everyone has their favorite (and least favorite!) chocolate bonbon flavor in that box. Instead of grabbing any old box off the shelf this Valentine's Day why not make your own for your sweetheart! It's actually a lot easier than you think, and nothing is sweeter than a gift from the heart.

6 Delicious Super Bowl Recipes

Tens of millions of fans will watch Super Bowl 49 this weekend as the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks. calls New Hampshire home so you can guess who we will be rooting for this Sunday! Millions of football fans will watch the game from their favorite sports bar, but plenty more will be hosting a viewing party right out of their living room. And Super Bowl Sunday means seriously good snacks! If you are hosting a party here are 6 delicious recipes you can whip up real quick to make your game day extra great!

5 Things You Need to Know About Your Favorite Snack Foods

You've probably never given too much thought to how that candy ended up at the checkout counter, but your favorite snack foods all have a story behind them and some really interesting histories any snack fan should know about!

How to Wrap Presents Like a Pro

I really like giving gifts and I always try to give people something really special and personal. I'm the perfect case study for showing that giving is better than receiving! But I'll admit my presentation isn't always perfect. While it is the thought that counts, I wish my gifts didn't look like they were wrapped by a 5-year-old in the dark! But luckily for me (and maybe you too), it’s easy to step up your wrapping game with these 5 tips: