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Chocolate bliss in less than an hour! Click on our bio link to get the recipe for these decadent Caramel Brownies.

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Recipe of the Day: Ina's Friday Chicken Dinner [link in bio] At Ina's house, Friday night means roast chicken for dinner. Follow her cue and roast juicy, bone-in chicken in a skillet with dry white wine, onions, garlic, lemons and herbs. After roasting, the lemons turn from bitter to sweet and soft, so that you can bite right into them.

3 Hours ago

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That time @GuyFieri tried Snails in Hot Sauce on #DDD... Tune in for a new episode Friday at 9|8c! [recipe link in bio]

14 Hours ago

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Get cozy with Lemon Garlic Shrimp and Grits, one of our most-popular recipes! [recipe link in profile]

18 Hours ago

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Instant ramen is cheap, fun, and totally underestimated. Learn how you can use it to make Ramen Carbonara, tostadas and more! [link in bio]

22 Hours ago

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Recipe of the Day: Crispy Oven-Fried Onion Rings A vat of piping hot oil may be the starting point for the onion rings you gorge yourself on at the bar, but nothing's stopping you from making them at home — and doing it without all the greasy fuss. A coating of panko breadcrumbs and buttermilk ensures they leave the oven crispy as ever. [recipe link in bio]

1 Days ago

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This French toast is made from an entire loaf of bread! See more incredible #GinormousFood Fridays at 8|7c.

1 Days ago

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Does it get any better than Breakfast in Bread? 🍳 😍 🍳

2 Days ago

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Recipe of the Day: The Pioneer Woman's Best Brownies [link in profile] For a recipe that gets its start with a box of store-bought brownie mix, Ree's best-ever brownies are a far cry from from-the-box territory. She scatters the batter with chocolate chips and pecans and gives it a drizzle of sticky caramel sauce for brownies that will seriously "knock you naked."

2 Days ago

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2 Days ago

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Impress the crowd with these easy Mini Meatball Sandwiches! Get @ThePioneerWoman's recipe in our bio link.

2 Days ago

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It’s cold outside, but this Slow-Cooker Pork Curry is sure to warm you up. Turn on your cooker in the morning and this dish will be waiting when you get home. [link in bio] Sponsored by @reynoldskitchens. #FNMag

2 Days ago

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3 Days ago

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Recipe of the Day: Super-Easy Shrimp Jambalaya A saucy gathering of tender shrimp, perfect rice and andouille sausage, this Cajun-style skillet meal is one of those mic-dropping dishes that literally anyone can make. Make your shrimp work double duty: Use the shells to make a shrimp broth that enhances the flavor of the dish. [recipe in bio link]

3 Days ago

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Now these are chips you can snack on guilt-free! Get the recipe for Zucchini Parmesan Crisps in our bio link.

3 Days ago

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Goodness gracious, great bowls of melon! Learn how to turn your fave foods into bowls by clicking the link in our profile.

4 Days ago

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Recipe of the Day: Giada's Weeknight Chicken Saltimbocca [link in bio] Take 10 on the ordinary weeknight chicken cutlet dinner Giada's way by rolling it with spinach, Parmesan and prosciutto. With flavor like this, it's no wonder this surprisingly healthy dish's name literally translates to "jumps in the mouth" — and it takes just 35 minutes to make from start to finish.

4 Days ago

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Valentine's Day is less than a month away! Surprise the love of your life with Ina's gooey Brownie Tart. [recipe in bio link]

4 Days ago

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Bacon-Jalapeno Dip is exactly what your game day is missing! [recipe link in bio]

5 Days ago

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Recipe of the Day: The Pioneer Woman's Make-Ahead Meatballs [link in bio] Ree's homey barbecue meatballs were born for a potluck. Bulked up with oats in lieu of standard breadcrumbs for texture and formed into balls ahead, these meaty morsels are coated in tangy, homemade barbecue sauce and baked later when it's time to eat.

5 Days ago