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    3 of Giada De Laurentiis’ Best Food Network Biscotti Recipes That Will Satisfy Every Sweet Tooth

    Try one of Italian-American chef Giada De Laurentiis‘ top Food Network biscotti recipes for your next coffee break. The culinary personality has a crunchy and just-sweet-enough biscotti for every sweet tooth. Food Network host Giada De Laurentiis | Getty Images/Getty Images for NYCWFF Chocolate-Hazelnut Biscotti combines the best of both worlds Chocolate hazelnut spread is most definitely the star of this cookie from De Laurentiis. It’s combined with butter, sugar, and brown sugar. After that, it’s creamed in an electric mixer where an egg and vanilla extract are added. Flour, baking soda, and baking powder are stirred in with a  

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    Football food recipes for NFL playoffs with pizza and dips

    How about a menu of stuffies  pizza and peanut butter brownies for your New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills game watching Saturday nights. Buffalo wings are not welcome at this party.  But don’t forget the dip. Make up a trio to serve with chips and veggies. Stuffies are a RI tradition TR McGrath is a third-generation bakemaster. His Newport catering company, McGrath Clambakes, traces its history back to the 1960s. Five years ago he shared his stuffie recipe. It’s from the family recipe box. “We literally make it the same way my grandfather did,” he said. And you can, too. 

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    Tamal Ray’s recipes for winter pulse freezer meals | Food

    After weeks of a diet whose main food groups comprise paté, cheese and Ferrero Rocher, I’ve started the new year with mind and gut crying out for a change. I won’t be indulging in any crash dieting, though. Instead, I’ll be shifting my focus to foods that nourish and satisfy and, in particular, feed the gut microbiome. These dishes rely on pulses, which are naturally full of fibre, to provide sustenance to all the microorganisms that make a home in our digestive system and help to keep us healthy. Both are also great to make in bulk and freeze,  

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    Craving One-Pot Meals During Winters? Take A Look At These 5 Classic Recipes

    Winters are all about comfort food that warms the stomach and the heart. As the temperatures dip, it can also seem incredibly difficult to get out of your cozy blanket and spend hours in the kitchen. On such chilly winter evenings, you can trust one-pot recipes to provide you with a wholesome meal that is tasty and a whole lot of fun. We have a few recipes lined up for you to choose from, on a busy day. Take a look at the five one-pot meals you can prepare at home for your family for dinner or lunch. Here are  

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    25 Essential Healthy Recipes That Are Also Great for Meal Prep

    Reality TV shows like Chopped have turned cooking into a competitive sport, but it doesn’t have to be quite so high stakes. Getting a handle on a few healthy recipes can go a long way. (There’s nothing wrong with takeout or delivery, but most of us can’t afford to outsource every single meal!) It also takes some of the guesswork out of weeknight meals, because it means you have several easy dinners to fall back on when you don’t feel like ordering in or getting creative. The best part is that simple, healthy meals are often the easiest to throw  

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    Recipes for New Year’s Eve

    Good morning. Greetings from isolation on this final day of what was for many an unsettling, un-fun year. There’ll be no Champagne and caviar for me tonight, no elegant roast, no countdown to 2022. I might tie some flies, listen to an old Ry Cooder show. Quarantine and testing, here’s to auld lang syne. I hope that’s not the case for you. I hope you’re safe and happy in the embrace of family or friends, that you’ve got a good and safe plan for celebrating, that maybe you’ll look around in the fridge and be able to put  

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    12 Recipes Our Food Staff Cooked on Repeat in 2021

    Year-end lists can be very revealing. Take, for instance, Spotify’s personalized lists of users’ most-played songs and artists, all of which can be telling. Was there a lot of upbeat pop or groovy disco? Or was it all Death Cab for Cutie, a sign that the vibes were not quite so high? Whatever the case, The New York Times Cooking staff’s end-of-year recap also reflected our general mood: Comfort and ease were essential, and so were reliable old standbys. You know when you just want to eat cake and you want it now, and you also don’t want to decide  

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    Essential recipes from Nigel Slater, Claudia Roden and Ottolenghi: the best food books of 2021 | Food

    Med: a CookbookClaudia Roden(Ebury, £28)More than 50 years after her groundbreaking, genre-defining A Book of Middle Eastern Food, Claudia Roden has produced another triumph that this time travels around the Mediterranean. The most revered of living food writers (by me at least) has relaxed. The recipes are simple and of course immaculate, the writing is effortless. Read and cook from it often. AJBuy it for adding to your Claudia Roden collectionOrder your copy at guardianbookshop.com Nigel Slater’s A Cook’s Book. Photograph: PR A Cook’s BookNigel Slater(4th Estate, £30)Subtitled The  

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    From irresistible nibbles to decadent desserts: our best recipes for Christmas Day | Food

    A decadent starter – and a godsend for cooks who like to get ahead. Photograph: Louise Hagger/The Guardian. A set of festive snacks: caraway, spelt and parmesan grissini with aleppo chilli, to dip in a three-cheese mix with spiced date syrup and pine nuts, and a posh, sake-cured salmon with sesame sprinkles and pickles. Photograph: Laura Edwards/The Guardian. Two light first courses to offset the big feast to come – a bright prawn, fennel and celery salad, and a ricotta and spinach bake that’s somewhere between a soufflé and a frittata. Photograph: Louise Hagger/The Guardian. With roast cassava, a garlic  

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    Easy 30-minute dinner recipes from the TODAY Food All Stars

    The time crunch of busy weeknights can make preparing dinner a challenge — especially with all of the extra activity around the holidays! On this week’s “TODAY Food All Stars,” Jocelyn Delk Adams, Alejandra Ramos and Jake Cohen are hustling and bustling in the TODAY All Day kitchen to whip up a few of their favorite 30-minute meal recipes. First, Alejandra makes spicy steak tacos with a zesty sauce and quick-pickled red onion. Next, Jake makes a hearty one-pot pasta with cherry tomato ragu. Finally, Jocelyn coats fish filets in crushed cereal and panko breadcrumbs for an extra crunchy, family-friendly  

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