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Tater Tot Poppers

The jalapeño popper is definitely a game day favorite. But this party staple hasn’t had much in the way of an upgrade in years, so we figured it was time. Our update? Drumroll please…tater tots.

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Game Day Croissants

We love going out for a good breakfast on Sunday mornings. But when it's a game day weekend, we opt for the couch, watching the game and picnic-ing on the coffee table. These bacon and egg breakfast croissants are the perfect addition to your weekend game day couch party. Cheat day breakfast foo...
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Jalapeño Poppers

We’ve given you a healthy version of this dish in years past. But now we’re going full-on indulgent, cheat day on you because it’s March Madness, darn it! Don’t let the number of ingredients scare you. These are easy to make! And trust us when we tell you, they’re totally delicious! If you’re inv...
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Chicken Cashew Wraps

I originally came up with this recipe for US Olympian Shaun White, who loves Chinese food. But in the spirit of Rio and in the spirit of aspiring for a gold medal, I’m including this super tasty recipe in my Rio 2016 collection! It’s a really tasty dish, if I don’t say so myself and it’s great fi...
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Grilled Tuna Melt

Back in college when we were less than sober, we used to order in greasy, cheesy, nasty pizza. A lot of friends would also frequent the Waffle House. So we thought, ok, a recipe for something that satisfies the requirements of “drunk food” but maybe it also qualifies as proper late night snack fo...
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Brazilian Feijoada

Feijoada, which in Portuguese means “beans”, is a stew of beans with pork and often beef. The pig parts traditionally used are usually some of the weirder ones such as salted ears, salted trotters, salted belly, back fat, snouts, faces, and tails. As many of you prefer not to eat these parts, I’v...
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Chopped Cheese Sandwich

Whether you call it a hero, a grinder, a hoagie, a wedge, a sub or just delicious goodness (this is largely determined by where you live in the US), the only matter of importance is the experience you’ll have eating this sandwich. Originating in the Bronx, this ubiquitous bodega sandwich is made ...
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Prosciutto Egg Salad Sandwich

Quite literally there is a national food-something-day daily. Did you know that National Deviled Eggs Day comes the day before National Sandwich Day? Two food favorites back to back! NICE!  In honor of both national food holidays, we decided to basically smash them both together. And since a devi...
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Roasted Garlic & Herb Pasty

Here’s a delicious dish for Dad this Father’s Day! We’ve teamed up with Smithfield to bring you this recipe, featuring Roasted Roasted Garlic & Herb Marinated Fresh Pork Tenderloin. The pork comes already marinated & cooks in minutes. In this particular recipe, all you’ve got to do is sli...
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Homemade Tater Tots

Saying we’re all about tailgate food is like saying you’re nostalgic about the comfort food you grew up on. We all are! Growing up eating lunch in public school cafeterias evokes nostalgia about tater tots. Served in those paper boats, smothered in Heinz ketchup…we can still smell them. Our recip...
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The Classic Patty Melt

A lot of tailgating foods are comfort foods. A lot of comfort foods are served in diners. Today, we are celebrating what could quite possibly be the most comforting burger on a diner menu, the patty melt. With oozing cheese and plenty of butter, it’s like a burger got dunked in a grilled cheese. ...
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Classic Lobster Roll

Many of you have yet to experience the US Open. Those that have will probably agree that it’s really a ton of fun with enough food and drink options to make your head spin. Our favorite thing to nosh on at the Open has always been (and may always be) the signature lobster roll. So here’s our take...
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Smoked Meat Sammie

My first visit to Montreal was in 2014. I totally gorged on poutine. (French fries drowned in gravy, topped with cheese curds and meats). I had “gourmet” poutine–fries topped in foie gras. Decadent. But their Smoked Meat Sammies are the beast… I mean best. There are 3 ways to make this. If you ha...
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