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New Recipes This Week: Burnt Caramel Sticky Buns, Kale Taco Salad, Kugel

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Sep 26, 2014 3:00 pm

This week brought about a few instant classics: chiefly, those buns. Just make them, okay? Ditto Dale Talde's Kale Taco Salad with the only salsa verde dressing you'll ever need to know how to make. Every Jewish holiday going forward will probably involve Jerusalem Kugel (every single Jewish holiday) and we're swapping out popcorn for Taiwanese salt and pepper chicken on movie night. Check out this week's new recipes.

New Recipes This Week: Fawaffles, Chicken Fingers, Stuffed Meatballs, Bourbon Pops

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Sep 19, 2014 3:00 pm

Something about the changing seasons makes us crave tailgating food...now what could it be? Oh right, the influx of friends who insist you have the biggest TV and therefore we're watching football at your place. But in your heart, you know they're just there because you make the best food. And have the biggest TV. Therefore: mini stuffed meatballs, maple popsicles with bourbon and bacon and especially pigs wrapped in pimento cheese-infused dough. Check out this week's new recipes.

15 Reasons To Visit Philadelphia For The Food And Drink Alone

Restaurant openings, beer crawls, burgers and more
Sep 15, 2014 2:00 pm

There's a lot more than obnoxious sports fans and cheesesteaks going on in the City of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia is home to a rejuvenated food and craft beer scene, spurred on by an influx of big-name chefs and large amount of new openings. Here are 15 reasons you should consider making a visit this fall.

New Recipes This Week: Reuben Dip, Pretzel Poutine, Chickpea Curry

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Sep 12, 2014 3:30 pm

Dear world: Reuben dip. Love, Food Republic. That's right, we're cooks and poets. That's why we also brought you pretzel poutine, Mexican meatballs in salsa verde and potato skins loaded with spinach and feta dip this week. That is food poetry. Brining thick bone-in pork chops in nice strong chai is food poetry too. And we'll need all pleasantries in the world (in addition to football snacks) to finally bid summer goodbye.

New Recipes This Week: Soft Pretzels, Potato Curry, Veracruzana Sea Bass

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Sep 5, 2014 3:00 pm

We kicked off football (food) season with a spicy wing that will quell the Chinese food craving you didn't even know you had! Also in the kitchen: big soft pretzels with a tangy sourdough twist, enlisting the help of delicious fermentacular probiotics in the case of the pretzels and some awesome savory pancakes inspired by South Indian dosas. More Indian, more Mexican and MUCH MORE CAKE in this week's new recipes. 

New Recipes This Week: Cuban Sliders, Scallop Ceviche, Cheddar Beer Pie

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Aug 29, 2014 3:00 pm

Got peaches? You should, the markets are teeming with sweet, juicy stone fruit just begging to go for a swim in weekend pancake batter. Going to the beach? Bring a bunch of Cuban sliders. Bringing the beach home? We've got a scallop ceviche recipe for that. Utterly sick of summer food? You're nuts, man. But we made you this cheddar pie with bacon and broccoli because we still love you. Enjoy this week's new recipes and have a great long weekend.

Proud Alums: 8 Chefs Share College Football, Tailgating Memories

Recalling epic dishes, game day parties in college
Aug 29, 2014 2:00 pm

The wait is over! College football is finally back, and not a moment too soon. In honor of the arrival of the upcoming season, we take a look back at our Proud Alum series, which covered acclaimed chefs who attended college football powerhouses. We asked them for some stadium and tailgating memories and jotted down their favorite game day recipes.

New Recipes This Week: Broccoli Tempura, Stuffed Meatballs, Grilled Veggie Pie

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Aug 22, 2014 3:00 pm
Here's how we worked vegetables into our diets this week: stuffed meatballs, steak salads, deep-fried broccoli, creamy mushroom sauce for fried pork cutlets and grilled zucchini and squash layered with creamy ricotta. Hey, nobody said we were cleansing, okay? The fact is, seasonal vegetables add a delicious element to summer dining that simply can't be replicated. Purist? Check out that heirloom tomato salad. It barely even needs a recipe.
 
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