Football Legends' Super Bowl Eats and More

Staff Writer
In this week's Recipe Review, Super Bowl treats, winter citrus, and homey steamed mussels

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

Check out our editors' picks for this week's top food section recipes.

NY Mag
• Cara cara oranges create a subtly berry-tinted screwdriver.

LA Times
• For kids, make a tangelo pudding, touched with just a dab of orange flower water.

NY Times
• After the Super Bowl feast, have a healthy meal of orecchiette, kale, and tomatoes.

SF Chronicle
• Savory cobblers exist! Try this butternut squash cobbler for a surprising twist.

NPR
• Or make an instant classic — perfect grilled cheese sandwiches.

Chicago Tribune
• Warm up with some vegan split pea soup.

Seattle Times
Cowboy cookies, bursting with chocolate chips, nuts, and coconut, sound perfect with a glass of milk.

Portland Press Herald
• Brett Favre and Steve Young share their Jambalaya and bean dip recipes, respectively, so you can celebrate like the legends.

Washington Post
• Serve a cooling avocado-tomatillo green sauce alongside your standard salsa.

Wall Street Journal
• Chicago star chef Paul Kahan explains how to make steamed mussels with celery leaves.

 

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