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  • Chocolate-Hazelnut Crispy Treats

    A favorite childhood treat gets a sweet upgrade with the addition of chocolate-hazelnut spread. Drizzle each treat with chocolate and a sprinkle of sea salt for the ultimate treat.

  • Fried Ravioli with Fire Roasted Tomato Sauce

    Crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside, these easy fried raviolis will please all your hungry football fans. What's more? They look like footballs!

  • From-Scratch Kalamata Hummus and Homemade Pita Chips

    This classic from-scratch hummus recipe gets a blast of rich salty flavor from kalamata olives and freshness from parsley. The pita chips are quickly toasted in a skillet so that you can make them anytime, even on short notice.

  • Classic Pastrami Sandwich

    The famous New York delis serve warm pastrami – a combination of lean and fatty – on seeded rye with mustard. In Los Angeles, the most best known classic delis add Cole slaw and Swiss. We’ll happily chow down on either one!

  • Asparagus and Prosciutto Crepes

    Here’s a classy wrap for your next picnic. The simple spread on this crepe is the secret sauce served on sandwiches at the pub where my daughter, Maggy, worked when she lived in England. The grated onion, which subtly heightens the flavor, is key.

  • Sautéed Baby Artichokes with Lemon

    Roasted Baby Artichokes with Lemon makes a splendid side dish that is both healthy and versatile.

  • Caramel Popcorn

    Oh what a heavenly snack, for movie night or a home-made holiday gift or a birthday party. Remember to share!

  • Homemade Veggie Chips

    To make sure these beautiful chips cook evenly, be sure to cut them to an even thickness. A mandolin or v-slicer makes easy work of it. While the chips cook, stir them often—again, that promotes even cooking. Finally, don’t be surprised if they aren’t crisp right when you pull them out of the pot—they crisp as they cool.

  • Classic Banana Bread

    Everyone needs a great banana bread recipe and this one is a keeper. Full of flavor and a hint of cinnamon, it’s perfect right out of the oven and even better the next day. For the best results, let the bananas get nice and brown before you use them.

  • Black Pepper Kettle Corn

    Sweet and savory flavors collide to pack loads of luscious character with a spicy kick into each tiny morsel. If you love popcorn, this recipe is an absolute must-make!

  • Snickerdoodle Cookies

    This recipe uses the simplest ingredients, but it’s almost impossible to eat just one snickerdoodle. The edges are wonderfully crisp while the inside is soft and chewy. Although similar to a sugar cookie, the snickerdoodle is rolled in cinnamon sugar just before baking, giving the outside a dark crackled top.

  • Mint Almonds

    This is my alternative to the “after dinner mint” where roasted almonds are coated in a sweet, minty powder. The almonds and mint together are so morish, you’ll find it hard to stop at one. Great with coffee or just to snack on!