12:32 AM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 12/20/2014 09:45AM
The Downton fan made the edible replica for the actress who plays Mrs. Patmore on the series
Originally posted 12/12/2014 02:00PM
The ultimate in edible real estate
Originally posted 12/10/2014 09:40PM
Consider your holiday cookie swap strategy forever changed
Originally posted 12/10/2014 06:50PM
Plus, a decadent dessert recipe from the actor's wife, Tracy Pollan
Originally posted 12/04/2014 02:00PM
It's the season for shopping, or at least that's what the holiday advertisements tell us. It's up to you whether you hit the malls or just stay home and make your loved ones homemade Popsicle-stick ornaments this year, but in either case, we've got a treat for you. We're rounding up The Price Is Right, Supermarket Sweep and TV's other delightfully weird, shopping-centric game shows.
Originally posted 12/03/2014 06:30PM
You know the drill when you get on an airplane: Stow away your carry-on in the overhead compartment, buckle up ... try not to fall asleep on the passenger sitting next to you.
Originally posted 11/13/2014 09:45AM
She may be known as one of Lifetime's Devious Maids but Roselyn Sánchez has nothing but good tricks up her sleeve when it comes to making the holidays extra special for her daughter, Sebella Rose.
Originally posted 07/30/2014 10:15AM
July 30 is National Cheesecake Day, a holiday so decadent you may need to call in reinforcements.
Yes, it's the special day dedicated to the dessert that everyone seems to adore, including Britney Spears. And yet, perhaps the biggest cheesecake connoisseurs were our beloved '80s TV matriarchs, The Golden Girls. Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia forked through more creamy ricotta creations than almost any other group on television, ever. Plain, fruit, chocolate – there was no type of cheesecake that went overlooked by these roomies.
Originally posted 04/17/2014 11:00AM
If a stranger approaches you with a raised arm on Thursday, don't be alarmed – it's just National High Five Day, an unofficial holiday during which participants raise money for charity by engaging in an all-day high-five-a-thon.
The holiday began on the campus of the University of Virginia in 2002, when a group of students set up a stand giving away free high-fives in the middle of a quadrangle.
"We discovered two things," Greg Harrell-Edge, executive director of the National High Five Project and one of the original UVA group, told PEOPLE. "One, it's real fun to give away high fives all day. Two, we got to see it spread virally in real time."
The event became a yearly tradition, and soon the likes of Jimmy Kimmel and Today were showing up to cover UVA's high-five fest. After graduation, the friends used the day as an opportunity to stay in touch, and a few years ago they added a charitable giving component – they've since raised nearly $50,000.
Originally posted 03/05/2014 02:25PM
Mardi Gras revelers in New Orleans started off the indulgent celebration with an odd act of vandalism – because YOLO.
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