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Mini Cinnamon Rolls – Super Bowl Treats

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Every one loves cinnamon rolls but they can take some time to make. This recipe will take you no more then 10 mins to prepare and they taste just as good and just as delicious. Take a look...
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Ragú Napoletano (Neapolitan-Style Italian Meat Sauce with Pork, Beef, and Sausage)

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If you were to pick a president and el tigre numero uno of the ragù world, it'd be ragù Napoletano, a meaty stew with big chunks of beef, pork, and sausages simmered until fall-apart tender in a rich tomato sauce flavored with wine, onions, garlic, basil, and plenty of good Southern Italian olive oil. It's the precursor to Italian-American Sunday gravy: just add some meatballs, serve it with spaghetti, and you're there. It's also the perfect dish for a lazy Sunday with family or friends at home.

Moist and Tender Brown Butter Cornbread

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Whether you're serving it with chili or simply with a smear of butter and a drizzle of honey, good cornbread with a moist, tender crumb and and intense corn flavor is one of life's greatest pleasures. So how do you take one of life's greatest pleasures and make it even more, well, pleasurable? Simple: Add some browned butter to it.

Crispy and Gooey Baked Jalapeño Poppers

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Creating a baked jalapeño popper that has a crisp and crunchy exterior and a creamy melted-cheese filling isn't an easy project, but this recipe delivers it all.

Baked Chicken and Potatoes with Bechamel Sauce Recipe

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In this video we will show you how to make baked mozzarella chicken breast with bechamel sauce and baked potatoes. It's pretty simple and very nutritious. Step by step you will learn bechamel...
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Bagna Cauda – Hot Garlic & Anchovy Vegetable Dip Recipe – Fancy Super Bowl Dip

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Learn how to make a Bagna Cauda Recipe! Visit for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this easy Garlic & Anchovy...
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Slow Cooker Barbecued Pork Sliders with Garlic Lemon Slaw These…

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Slow Cooker Barbecued Pork Sliders with Garlic Lemon Slaw

These slow cooker barbecued pork sliders make it easy to feed a crowd. They will be a hit at your next party! The pork is slow cooked in sweet barbecue sauce and then topped off with a crunchy slaw that shines with the flavor of lemon and garlic.

SERVINGS: 12 sliders

20 minutes prep, 6 hours cooking.

3 ½ lb. boneless pork shoulder
¼ cup water
2 cups barbecue sauce (We love this Ancho Chile Lime Barbecue Sauce.)
1 small onion, sliced

2 cups green cabbage, shredded
1 cup purple cabbage, shredded
2 green onions, sliced
4 cloves garlic, peeled
Juice of 2 Paramount Citrus lemons
Zest of 1 Paramount Citrus lemon
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 tablespoon freshly grated Parmesan cheese
¼ teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper

12 slider buns


1. Place the pork shoulder in the slow cooker. Add the water and 1 cup of the barbecue sauce. Place the onion slices on top of pork.

2. Put the lid on the slow cooker and turn to high. Cook for 5 to 6 hours, until the meat is fully cooked and falls apart easily.

3. About 20 minutes before the pork is ready to serve, make the slaw by tossing the cabbages and onions in a medium bowl.

4. Place the garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, mayonnaise, parmesan cheese, salt and pepper in the bowl of a small food processor. Pulse until the garlic is finally chopped and the ingredients come together into a dressing.

5. Pour the dressing over the cabbage and toss to coat. Cover and refrigerate until the pork is ready.

6. Transfer to pork to a cutting board. Leave the remaining sauce and juices in the slow cooker.

7. Use two forks or a fork and a knife to pull apart and shred the meat. Transfer the shredded meat back into the bowl of the slow cooker and toss it gently in the sauce.

8. Place 2 to 3 ounces of pork on each slider bun and top with 1 to 2 tablespoons of slaw. Add the top bun and arrange the sliders on a serving tray.

9. Serve the sliders with the remaining 1 cup of barbecue sauce on the side.


Quick and Easy Skillet Tamale Pie With Brown Butter Cornbread Crust

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Tamale pie is a dish that screams for an update. I mean, it's cornbread and chili all rolled into one! Just imagine how great it could be if we took the time to make a real, deeply flavored, meaty chili from scratch, eschewing the dump-and-stir approach and instead building up layers of spices and aromatics. Now imagine that chili topped with tender, moist, crisp-edged, buttery cornbread with those chili juices seeping up into it as it bakes in the oven. That's the kind of meal I'd love to come home to after a long day out in the cold. Wouldn't you?

The Best Tamale Pie With Braised Skirt Steak, Charred Corn, and Brown Butter Cornbread Crust

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Tamale pie is a dish that screams for an update. I mean, it's cornbread and chili all rolled into one! This version uses tender, slow-cooked, shredded skirt steak flavored with layers and layers of aromatics and vegetables for a rich, complex, chili-based stew topped with corn bread flavored with browned butter.

Mexican Tamale Pie (Cazuela de Tamal) With Black Bean Filling

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Tamales are delicious, but forming them is a small pain in the culo. This baked tamale pie, know as a cazuela de tamal in Mexico, is the solution: all the joys of tamales with not nearly as much work.

White Chocolate Coconut Latte

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This is a fantastic latte to have as a treat once and a while and is a perfect pick me up during the day. Take a look at my other thirst quenching drink recipes: FACEBOOK...
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Crispy Deep Fried Jalapeño Poppers

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After trying some of the highest-rated jalapeño popper recipes online with disastrous results, we set to work developing a method that won't let you down. These poppers have a crisp golden crust and soft melted cheese interior—all in the perfect bite-size package.

Spicy Orange Hot Wings Make a batch of these sweet and spicy hot…

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Spicy Orange Hot Wings

Make a batch of these sweet and spicy hot wings for the big game! Baked until crispy on the outside, these wings are then coated with a delicious sauce flavored with zesty orange. They are best served while cheering for your favorite team!

SERVINGS: 4 to 6

10 minutes prep, 40 minutes baking, 5 minutes cooking.


1.5 lbs. chicken drumettes and wings (about 14 to 16 pieces)
1 tablespoon cooking oil
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour

½ cup juice from freshly squeezed Paramount Citrus oranges
6 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon molasses
1 clove garlic, minced
2 tablespoons hot sauce
¼ to ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper
1 teaspoon tapioca starch or cornstarch
2 teaspoons water
Zest of 1 Paramount Citrus orange


1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Cover a large baking sheet with parchment paper.

2. Place the chicken in a large bowl. Add the oil and toss to coat. Add the flour and toss to coat again. Transfer the chicken pieces to the lined baking sheet. Arrange in a single layer.

3. Bake the chicken for 20 minutes. Flip the pieces and bake for 20 more minutes.

4. While the chicken is baking, make the sauce. Whisk together the orange juice, brown sugar, molasses, garlic, hot sauce and crushed red pepper in a small bowl. Transfer to a medium saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Boil two minutes, stirring halfway through. Remove from heat.

5. Dissolve the tapioca starch in the water, add the slurry to the sauce and stir. Return the pan to medium-high heat, bring to a boil. Boil for 30 to 45 seconds, until the sauce thickens enough to coat the spoon. Remove from heat and stir in the orange zest.

6. Transfer the wings to a large bowl. Pour the sauce over the wings and toss to coat. Serve warm.


Philly Cheese Steak Bites

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While this is not the traditional Philly Cheese steak recipe it is a delicious little spin thats fantastic for game day or when entertaining friends. FACEBOOK
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2015 Super Bowl Prediction Using Chicken Wing Bones!

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Learn who is going to win the 2015 Super Bowl by watching our prediction with chicken wing bones! Go to for more information. I hope you enjoy this 2015 Super...
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Bacon, Bratwurst, and Beer Cheese Potato Skins

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One of my go-to Game Day foods has always been potato skins. This time around, we can settle for nothing less that the ultimate champion of skins—the MVP of football feasts. If we're truly bringing our appetizer A-game, we need to mix it up a bit by drafting some beer right into our recipes. Brew-loving brothers and sisters, if you're with me, allow me to introduce an ale-filled appetizer just in time for the Super Bowl: Bacon, Bratwurst, and Beer Cheese Potato Skins.

Chicken Dinner-Flavored Popcorn

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Inspired by the flavors of a roast chicken dinner—the chicken stuffed with cloves of garlic, lemons, and thyme, and served alongside mushrooms and mashed potatoes—this homemade popcorn is meant to evoke the essence of a familiar, comforting meal.

Miso-Soup-Flavored Popcorn

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The flavors of miso soup find their way to a crisp and crunchy snack in this homemade popcorn. The secret ingredient: instant miso soup mix with some pieces of crumbled seasoned nori snack sheets. So familiar, yet so new...and totally addictive.

Za’atar (Thyme, Sesame, and Sumac Spiced) Popcorn

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Za'atar, a Middle Eastern spice mixture most often made with sumac (a tart spice), sesame seeds, thyme, and oregano, gets a new starring role as a flavor for homemade popcorn. Best of all, it's incredibly easy: just sprinkle store-bought za-atar on the freshly popped corn and you're all set.

Thai Red Coconut Curry Popcorn

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Inspired by the flavors of a spicy red Thai coconut curry, this homemade popcorn is flavored with a fragrant mix of coconut, chili power, lemongrass, makrut lime leaves, garlic, and ginger. A little sugar rounds out the assertive flavors into an addictive little package.

Matcha and White Chocolate Popcorn

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In this recipe, vibrant matcha, a type of Japanese green tea, is whisked into white chocolate to form a coating for freshly popped popcorn. Slightly herbal and not-too-sweet, it has a subtle flavor that will keep you coming back for more.

Brown-Butter Maple Popcorn With Pecans

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In this addictive popcorn recipe, rich brown butter and maple syrup are cooked into a quick caramel, which is then used to both candy the pecans and coat freshly popped popcorn. A generous pinch of salt makes all those sweet-savory flavors pop.

Bagna Cauda (Anchovy-Garlic) Popcorn

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Inspired by the flavors of bagna cauda, the famed Northern Italian vegetable dip made from melted butter, olive oil, garlic, and anchovies, this snack is like your classic buttered popcorn but with extra bold, grownup flavor.

Hot and Numbing Xi’an Style Oven-Fried Chicken Wings

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Smoky chilies, cumin, and anise combine with mouth-numbing Sichuan peppercorns, cilantro, and scallions for flavor that just won't quit on these crispy, juicy oven-fried chicken wings. The key to their perfect crunch without having to break out the deep fryer? An overnight rest with baking powder and salt.

Za’atar Potato Chips

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Za'atar, a Middle Eastern spice mixture most often made with sumac (a tart spice), sesame seeds, thyme, and oregano, gets a new starring role as a flavor for homemade potato chips. Best of all, it's incredibly easy: just sprinkle store-bought za-atar on the freshly fried chips and you're all set.

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