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    Inspired by an Asian recipe, Hudson Valley based Chef Ryan McClintock brought this green bean dish to the Italian side with a fresh herbaceous handmade aioli. Aioli is basically the best mayonnaise you've ever had -- with a twist. Pair the warm green beans with salt cured radishes for a bitter and sharp combination. Once the aioli is added, this makes a great vegetable dish or starter.  

    You can taste Ryan's dishes at the highly regarded farm to table restaurant Global Palate in West Park, NY, where he is Sous Chef. Here is the recipe for these delicious warm blistered green beans and salt cured radishes with a cool aioli you'll want to put on everything. 

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    Ooh, it's been a brutal winter, and we still have weeks to go. How will we ever survive? Through the magic of crock-pot stews, that's how! After trudging home from work through the cold and slush I would really appreciate it if there were a hot meal waiting for me. Why isn't that happening? Because 1. I haven't taught my 10-year-old how to cook yet and because 2. I don't have servants. But there is a work-around! Ye olde crock-pot. Just a little prep before I leave for the day and dinner will be waiting to warm my belly by night. Here's some soul-warming stews we think will hit the spot.

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    I discovered Cajun seasoning way too late in my life, but since a good friend from Louisiana opened my eyes to this amazing spice, I'm always on the lookout for great recipes that incorporate unique flavors from the Deep South. As a girl with a Mediterranean background, I got super excited when I discovered this recipe for Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta. It's simple to make, takes about 25 minutes -- perfect for busy weekdays -- AND blends the best of New Orleans and Italy in one dish. Bring it on!

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    You obviously know what this weekend is ... it's Super Bowl Sunday! The Denver Broncos are taking on the Seattle Seahawks in what should be an exciting matchup, but what we're all really concerned with is the commercials food. Chili, wings, nachos, dips, beer, it's a glutton's dream come true. What better way to kick off the biggest game of the year than by whipping up your very own chicken wings? The best part? You can do it in your slow cooker.

    That's right, get a jump start on these babies early in the morning, then have them warm and juicy and ready to go when the game starts at 6:30 p.m. These wings, from Betty Crocker, have a teriyaki twist for even more flavor. So easy and delicious, you'll love the convenience of being able to use your slow cooker anget to enjoy wings that have been slowly marinating all day for five hours! Is it Sunday yet?

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    You've got to admit it: lots of us will watch some pretty inane things on YouTube just because. From videos of parents letting their kids gets mauled by cats to clips of teens shamelessly pouring their hearts out to their girlfriends, anything goes these days. One of the latest viral video trends is one I totally don't understand but find fascinating and, dare I say, even a little inspirational? It seems a great many people love to watch other people eat food.

    If this "movement" has a star, her name is Park Seo-Yeon, a South Korean woman who goes by the name "The Diva." The Diva cooks big meals for herself each night -- everything from noodles to pizza and steak -- and streams herself from 8 or 9 p.m. until whenever, just sitting back at her table alone, eating every morsel of her yummy creations. And get this: she earns more than $9,000 a month from eating -- which was enough to quit her full-time job!

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    Are you a meat and potatoes kind of person? In these frigid temps, it sounds as tempting as ever, doesn't it? There's nothing quite like a tender, juicy steak alongside some freshly whipped up mashed potatoes to soothe that comfort food craving (okay, okay, so you should probably add a salad on the side to get your greens in for the day and not look like a complete glutton).

    That's why this steak, mashed potatoes & salad recipe from Food Network is so insanely awesome. No fuss, no frills, and obviously you can switch up whatever you'd like (especially for the salad ingredients) for a truly versatile, easy dinner.

    Pair this hearty meal with a big glass of red wine and you'll be sure to kiss your winter blues goodbye. Break out the steak knives and enjoy!

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    Like every good Italian girl, I appreciate a well-made meatball sandwich. There's just something about the combination of textures -- crispy French bread meeting cheesy, aromatic chopped meat -- that makes my taste buds very happy. But I'll be honest. Your typical meatball hero can get a little boring. There, I said it.

    So I was over the moon to find a recipe that incorporates a few unorthodox ingredients and really kicks your meatball sandwich up a few notches. Chili powder? Check. Cinnamon? Yes, please. Allspice? Now we're talking. 

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    Of course it's easy enough to dial up your local pizza joint and have a pie delivered, but nothing tastes as fresh and wonderful and delicious as homemade pizza. Sure, it's always summertime fun to heat up the grill for your pizza needs, but your oven will do the trick just fine too. Obviously you can get store-bought pizza dough, but if you really want to go all out, this homemade pizza recipe from Simply Recipes has you making it from scratch. We just wanted to cover all the bases.

    Check out the original link for some amazing step-by-step photos. Don't be intimidated by the recipe's length -- a majority of it is how to make the dough, and there are lots of helpful hints sprinkled throughout. Then do what you wish for your toppings! Mushrooms, onions, peppers, fresh basil, tomatoes ... yummy goodness all around!

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    Think of all the dinner dates you've ever had. Any special memories? One young couple will never forget the dinner they shared at Ciccio's, in Barrie, Ontario. A stranger, an older man, paid their tab. That in itself was a terribly thoughtful gift. But he left them a note that's worth far more -- and that they'll remember longer. Lee Ballantyne had just lost his wife of 43 years. The young couple reminded him of his late wife, Carol. Here's what he wrote to them.

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    Pot pies are fantastic meals to make on nights when you don't really feel like cooking or washing more than one pot, but still crave something creamy, warm, and indulgent. This pot pie recipe stands apart from all others because of the addition of buttery, fluffy homemade biscuits, which are beautifully arranged on top of the pie like candles on a birthday cake. 

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