When in Scandinavia... Do as the Scandinavians do. This delicious recipe is the Nordic version of a lobster boil that will leave you full and satisfied.  
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Boiled Peanuts
For anyone not from the South or not familar with boiled peanuts, it can sound like an oxymoron: "Why would you boil a peanut?" is a frequent question from the unitiated. But for those who grew up on them, it's another form of comfort food. Salty, sometimes spicy, and always delicious, boiled peanuts are a great snack, appetizer, or conversation piece. It's important to have a lot of time and patience on hand when making boiled peanuts for the first time. Everyone has different opinions on how soft and salty they like their peanuts, so it's not an exact science. But with a little practice, boiling peanuts can be one of the easiest and tastiest snacks to make. Click here to see more peanut recipes.
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Beet Pink Boiled Easter Eggs
Beets will make your eggs so pretty in pink with this easy recipe, they could end up dancing with Molly Ringwald in a John Hughes lensed prom! Click here for more Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes! From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner, dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.  
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Boiled Hot Dog Recipe
This summer is all about hot dogs, but if you can’t make it outside to grill them or just have a midnight hankering for a bite, you can still enjoy them inside with a few simple steps. Boiling hot dogs is an easy way to prep hot dogs inside — and they’re ready in just minutes.
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seafood boil
If you’re looking for a unique spin on your Super Bowl party menu, why not try a seafood boil? With limitless customization available between what protein you choose and what sauce you pair your dish with, this easy-to-clean-up recipe is sure to delight your friends.This recipe is courtesy of Lowcountry in Chicago.
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Potatoes
Both fingerling and new potatoes can be used in this recipe. New potatoes are boiling potatoes that have been harvested at least a month earlier than regular potatoes. Simply steamed, they are thin-skinned, tender, and delicious. Fingerling potatoes are similarly tender and even more delicious. They are called for in this recipe, simply because it's fun to mix together the different colors that are available. Tender boiled potatoes make for a wonderful complement to grilled chicken or fish, and are an essential component of a Deconstructed Salmon Niçoise Salad. — Allison Beck
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Easy Boiled Eggs for Easter
This simple, three-step process is the easiest way to boil eggs on the stovetop for Easter. This easy recipe allows your eggs to be ready in a snap for decorating or simply slicing up and enjoying! For best results, boil eggs that are seven to 10 days old.  Click here for more eggs-cellent boiled egg ideas for Easter!
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A crawfish boil is a New Orlean's specialty, which is why chef Tony McPhail of the famed Commander's Palace chose to create a recipe for it for Taste of the NFL's event in New Orleans. 
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Cabbage
Chefs and co-owners Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier of the acclaimed Arrows and MC Perkins Cove in Ogunquit, Maine, and Summer Winter in Burlington, Mass., consider their classic boiled beef dinner to be New England home cooking at its best. Their easy, crowd-pleasing Boiled Dinner, Our Way, is a simple, comforting combination of thinly sliced corned brisket of beef, slightly sweet roasted root vegetables, and classic green cabbage. They write, "If boiled dinner is practically a religious experience in New England, we confess to one sacrilege: We prefer to roast the vegetables separately, which makes them richer and less watery. The exception is the cabbage, which takes on a pleasant, meaty taste when cooked with the brisket." Click here to see 6 Inspired Takes on Corned Beef and Cabbage.
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Boiled Ham
“In choosing a ham, ascertain that it is perfectly sweet, by running a sharp knife into it, close to the bone; and if, when the knife is withdrawn, it has an agreeable smell, the ham is good; if, on the contrary, the blade has a greasy appearance and offensive smell, the ham is bad.” — Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management This recipe, written in 1861, may seem antiquated, but it is a throwback to the Edwardian and Victorian eras. It was a typical main course served at dinner parties; stewed beef was also a popular centerpiece.
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Hard-Boiled Eggs
Need to hard-boil eggs for Easter Sunday? You definitely don't want to miss this recipe. For the perfect hard-boiled egg, all you need is a little know-how and about 20 minutes of time! Click here for more eggs-cellent boiled egg ideas for Easter!
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Blueberry Boiled Easter Eggs
Robin’s egg blue just took on a whole new meaning! With a few mashed blueberries, your eggs will be more of a lavender than blue, but will still look absolutely stunning.  Click here for more Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes! From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner, dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.
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