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Made-Over Game-Day Recipes to Lighten Up Your Party

Make better-for-you versions of game-day classics....

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  1. Lauren says:

    Oh my, I not really sure who to vote for. If I could, I would have both Alton Brown and Bobby Flay in the pantry with me; both are my favorite food network stars and I just love them to death. I have to agree, though, Alton would more than likely know how to break out of a pantry lol!

  2. Shaun says:

    Next Iron Chef…chef decided to do a Philly Cheese Steak…not even close. Over 30 years in Philly, now 5 years in Central NY, nobody knows how to make a cheese steake and I'm sick and tired of everyone trying. You CANNOT make a philly Cheese Steak outside of Philly. It's not just the steak but also the fresh baked Italian role which no one knows how to make out side of Philly. I wish everyone would stop trying. Unless you are from Philly, you have no idea.

    • Sharon R says:

      You are soooooooooooo right, I have to go back to Philly to get a Cheese Steak, no one else knows how to make them. Got friends in Syracuse who went to Philly w/ me and had a true Cheese Steak and said it was amazing, will never order one outside Philly again.

  3. Krissy H says:

    Ive tried this dish , add walnuts or pine nuts for texture…….

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