Top Rated Family Recipes

Enjoy the taste of summer with Grey Goose L'Orange vodka. It adds the perfect splash of citrus to any cocktail. This cocktail is great for the effortless host, and easy-to-create for a crowd.
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Smoothie Bowl
This granola bowl is a tasty and filling way to start the day. Feel free to garnish with any toppings you’d like.
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pickled olives
Take some of summer’s bounty and pickle it with olives for delicious pre-meal snack, they also double for great cocktail accoutrements! Recipe Courtesy of California Ripe Olives 
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4.5

french toast
This recipe is courtesy of Banfi Wines
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4.5

This cake is topped with homemade icing! Share it among friends and family. The recipe speaks true to its name.  For more recipes visit Taste of Home.
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Family-Style Seasoned Cod and Roasted Vegetables
Roasted vegetables topped with seasoned butter and baked cod make for a super simple weeknight dinner. Recipe courtesy of SeaCuisine.
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All in the Family
The “All in the Family” recipe was created by Shaun Dunn (The NoMad). Unlike your typical sweet liqueur cocktails, Frangelico is extremely versatile. Mixed with bourbon, Frangelico creates the perfect libation for sipping by the fire or cozying up to on the couch. 
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 Llama Inn
Mixologist, Lynnette Marrero has a knack for bright, light cocktails as showcased in her La Chunga — a Peruvian version of the classic Rum Buck, made with dark and white rum, such as Zacapa Rum, traditional chicha morada (a sweet, non-alcoholic Peruvian corn-based beverage), ginger, lime, and saline. Coutesy of Lynnette Marrero, Llama Inn.
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salad
This sweet and savory salad isn’t your average beet and goat cheese salad. The addition of escarole, Japanese cucumber, figs, and pistachios makes this salad an excellent fresh and vibrant lunch option. — Angela Carlos, Cook EditorThis recipe is courtesy of Executive Chef David Feau of Wally's Beverly Hills​.
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The eggnog milkshake is made by Sugar and Plumm's executive pastry chef, Pichet Ong.   
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This dish combines the Edwardian love for capers/salty appetizers in a fancy entrée. As this is a relatively inexpensive yet still elegant dish to offer, this would be a staple for Downton Abbey dinners when no guests are present.
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