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40 Mom Recipes

Yo mama so fatigued from cooking you dinner all those nights, we think you should consider returning the favor. All joking aside, it would be the considerate thing to do. And since we have 40 easy recipes for nostalgic dishes like tuna noodle casserole, meatloaf, mac ‘n’ cheese and biscuits, you don’t have much of an excuse not to. If preparing comfort food for your mom isn’t possible, find someone else’s mom (Mo Rocca-style).

Yo mama’ll be so dumbfounded by your altruism.

Tastes like home: 40 nostalgic recipes

Let’s Get Down to Buzzness: 11 Ways to Cook With Coffee

It’s Friday. You’ve been at work or school for five days in a row. Understandably, you could use a pick me up.

Get stimulated with our recipes for coffee-fueled steak rubs, desserts and roast pork.

Then stay awake through the night to watch Bobby Flay cook more coffee-inspired dishes on Brunch @ Bobby’s, tomorrow, Saturday at 12pm ET. (Or just set your alarm and have some java at the ready.) He’s making Espresso-Chocolate Chip Banana Bread with Espresso-Cinnamon Butter, Scrambled Eggs with Sweet Potato Biscuits, Ham Steak and Red-Eye Gravy and Spiced Mocha Lassi.

 

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Beat the Wheat: Gluten-Free Pigs in a Blanket

pigs in a blanket

AKA Here, Piggy Piggy

Rip, rip, rip, WHACK, pop. That familiar sound of opening the cardboard canister of crescent-roll dough to make pigs in blankets. So easy, so salty, so delicious. Before I was diagnosed with celiac disease, pigs in blankets were an easy party treat. Something simple to make when my girlfriends came over for a Saturday afternoon movie marathon. Easy to bake in shifts when the game went into overtime and the guys needed snacks. Or something to nosh on and reminisce about as a favorite childhood hors d’oeuvre when having friends over for a dinner party.

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31 Days of Cookies: G’s Spicy Tequila Balls

Go out with a boozy bang on this 31st and final day of cookies with alcohol-infused vanilla wafer, walnut and cocoa powder balls. Packed with a whopping 1/2 cup of tequila and dusted with both chipotle and cayenne powders, these fiery cookies are perfect for New Year’s Eve carousing (and taste as strong as the cocktail you’ll have in your hand).

Click here for the G’s Spicy Tequila Balls recipe.

More cookies:
Cooking Channel’s All-Star Cookie Swap
50 All-Star Holiday Cookies
Unique Cookie Recipes
Food Network’s 12 Days of Cookies

Sparkling Drinks to Celebrate the New Year

Cranberry Kir Royales

Pop! The sound of a bottle of bubbly getting uncorked is a sure sign it’s time to celebrate. Think beyond basic bubbly and craft one of these cocktails for your New Year’s Eve party or New Year’s Day brunch.

French 75: Gin, lemon and sparkling wine are the notes in this classic cocktail.

Cranberry Kir Royale: This beautiful pink drink (pictured up top) looks as special as it tastes.

Pink SHAMpagne: Who says bubbly needs alcohol? This flavorful, festive drink gets fizz from sparkling apple cider and raspberry seltzer.

Blood Orange Campari Prosecco Cocktail: Fresh blood orange juice and campari give this drink a brilliant orange hue.

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Beat the Wheat: Gluten-Free Pasta Bolognese

Gluten-Free Pasta Bolognese
AKA It’s Like You’re in Big Night and You’re Cooler Than Stanley Tucci

I’m kind of obsessed with the movie Big Night. I’ve loved it since before I began writing about food and thinking about the role food plays in our lives. All the cooking, all the rushing around, the loud mouths and big stomachs, and that huge meal at the end that rendered everyone nearly unconscious: I’ve always wanted to host a dinner like that. The closest I’ve ever gotten is with pasta and Bolognese (I’ll save the timpano and the other 40 courses for another day).

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31 Days of Cookies: Irish Cream and Coffee Cookies

This edible version of the Irish coffee drink might just keep you buzzing throughout the entire 30th day of cookies. Both ground coffee and coffee extract infuse the sugar cookie dough with flavor and color. Pipe the delicate buttercream frosting — which contains additional coffee extract and Irish cream liqueur — into a frothy topping to make these cookies look just like their mugged moniker.

Click here for the Irish Cream and Coffee Cookies recipe.

More cookies:
Cooking Channel’s All-Star Cookie Swap
50 All-Star Holiday Cookies
Unique Cookie Recipes
Food Network’s 12 Days of Cookies

31 Days of Cookies: Layer Bars with Almond Butter and Strawberry Jam

Recover from holiday festivities on the 29th day of cookies with these nutty layer bars — they’re like your favorite peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich, compacted into a cookie and jazzed up a bit with sliced almonds and a crumble top.

Click here for the Layer Bars with Almond Butter and Strawberry Jam recipe.

More cookies:
Cooking Channel’s All-Star Cookie Swap
50 All-Star Holiday Cookies
Unique Cookie Recipes
Food Network’s 12 Days of Cookies

31 Days of Cookies: Warm Chewy Macadamia White Chocolate Cookies

How did the nut of Australian origin and Hawaiian proliferation come to marry the cocoa-free chocolate as a high-profile flavor combo? We’re not certain, but we’re not complaining. Partake in the 28th day of cookies with this tender, chewy take on the sweet, nutty cookies.

Click here for the Warm Chewy Macadamia White Chocolate Cookies recipe.

More cookies:
Cooking Channel’s All-Star Cookie Swap
50 All-Star Holiday Cookies
Unique Cookie Recipes
Food Network’s 12 Days of Cookies

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