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Close up of a white plate with Wasabi Bacon Deviled Eggs.

Wasabi Bacon Deviled Eggs

Wasabi Bacon Deviled Eggs are a great addition to your Easter brunch. The wasabi adds a slightly sweet tanginess to the filling with a subtle heat that gradually wafts up, creating a burning sensation in the nose.

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Hurricane glass with a Green Eyed Leprechaun Cocktail - a St. Patrick's Day layered drink made with run, melon liquor, Pineapple and lime juice, frozen pineapple, and a garnish of cinnamon. Top view.

Green Eyed Leprechaun Cocktail

This is a fun St. Patrick’s Day libation that tastes like you’re on a tropical vacation. Melon liqueur and rum are mixed with fresh juice and a touch of coconut cream for a sweet, creamy Green-Eyed Leprechaun cocktail that will surely bring good luck.

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Skewers of Chicken Spiedini on a white plate and garnished with parsley, onion slices, and lemon wedges. Close up view.

Chicken Spiedini

This easy and tasty weeknight dish that’s always a family favorite. Tender chunks of marinated chicken are skewered, then lightly breaded and grilled to flavorful perfection. They’re versatile enough to serve on a salad, in a pita, or as hors d’oeuvres for a party.

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Plate of Creole Eggs Sardou - poached eggs on a bed of sauteed, chopped artichoke hearts and creamed spinach, drizzled with homemade hollandaise sauce.

Creole Eggs Sardou

What could be more perfect for the end of Mardi Gras than a luxurious and decadent brunch of Creole Eggs Sardou? It’s hangover food, but with a kick! Creamed spinach, sauteed artichokes, and poached eggs are layered in a bowl and topped with velvety hollandaise sauce for a greener, more decadent take on a classic Eggs Benedict.

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A Purple Rain Cocktail in a coupe glass with a twist of lemon on the rim on a tarnished silver tray with a shot glass and cocktail shaker in the background. Top side view.

Purple Rain Cocktail

Fruity yet delightfully tart, this Purple Rain Cocktail will take you back to your younger days, listening to your ‘Walkman’ and cruising in your boyfriend’s ‘84 Firebird convertible. This cocktail is purple, fruity, and very refreshing. It’s perfect for game day, girl’s night out, Halloween, Easter, or any evening you desire a tasty libation.

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Homemade Cheesy Fennel Gratin with Parmesan closeup on the pan on the wooden table. Horizontal view.

Cheesy Fennel Gratin

Cheesy Fennel Gratin is a creamy, indulgent side dish that pairs beautifully with grilled or roasted meats. It’s also fantastic as a main dish with a leafy green salad and crusty bread.

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White casserole dish with almond baked oatmeal with a serving removed. Oatmeal baked with a sugared almond topping.

Almond Baked Oatmeal

Almond Baked Oatmeal is a decadent-tasting yet healthy breakfast that will satisfy your sweet tooth while nourishing your body. Top it with some vanilla Greek yogurt and fresh fruit for a filling breakfast that will keep your belly full until lunch.

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Homemade Baked Turkey and Brie Sandwich with a homemade mayonnaise and cranberry sauce spread.

Baked Turkey And Brie Sandwich

Thinking about what to do with your leftover holiday turkey? Why not reinvent a classic grilled cheese with sliced turkey, brie, and a leftover cranberry sauce spread? This sandwich is so delicious you may be making it year-round with rotisserie chicken from your grocery store and canned cranberry sauce.

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Old fashioned ham salad in a white bowl. Closeup view

Old Fashioned Ham Salad

Take a stroll down memory lane and use up the leftover holiday ham. Old-fashioned ham salad is a delicious way to reinvent your ham leftovers into a wonderful, vintage appetizer or sandwich spread.

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Sideview of a festive Christmas drink, this Santa's Peppermint Mimosa cocktail with prosecco and candy cane on gray stone concrete background.

Santa’s Peppermint Mimosa

Who wouldn’t love a sweet, minty, effervescent adult beverage while watching the kids tear into their gifts? Santa’s Peppermint Mimosas are exactly what Christmas mornings call for.

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Side view of a spooky tray with individual Skull Calzones - pizza dough filled with sauce, cheese, ricotta, and pepperoni and baked in a skull shaped muffin tin.

Skull Calzones

These individual skull calzones are the perfect, gory, macabre, Halloween dinner idea that you need to feed your family and ensure the kids will eat! This recipe is easy – refrigerated pizza crust dough, mini pepperonis, shredded cheese, ricotta cheese, and sauce make these spooky treats even better than the plain personal calzones you get from your local pizza place.

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