Football Legends' Super Bowl Eats and More

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

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.

• 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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