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Superbowl Slice: Spinach and Feta Greek-za

spinach and cheese greek pizza| dailywaffle

Superbowl Sunday is one of the biggest days of the year for pizza consumption. And it’s probably the longest you’ll ever wait for pizza to be delivered. Why not take pity on your pizza guy and make your own?Grab some dough while you’re out stocking up on snacks today and have a go at this Spinach and Feta Cheese Greek-za.  #GoHawks

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Take the Shortcut: Pork Chow Mein

easy pork chow mein | dailywaffle

Stir-fried dishes get all the glory for being quick to prepare. If you’re working with tofu or chicken or just doing a quick vegetable side, it lives up to the hype.  But bring noodles into the equation, as you would for chow mein, and your quick fix dinner goes out the window — if you’re relying on dried noodles. The good news is, you can make this pork chow mein in about half an hour, with one simple change.

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Football Food, Literally: Fried Rice Inarizushi

fried rice footballs lineup| dailywaffle

You’ve seen the Snackadium, the pizza with a pepperoni football, the zillion layer dip, but come Sunday you might want a more literal football food — inari, the sushi we’ve always called “footballs.” The basic inarizushi is simply filled with seasoned white sticky rice, a fancier version might add some shredded teriyaki chicken and carrots, and this one, I went full-on, stuffing it with bacon and char siu fried rice.

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After Thanksgiving: Red Redemption Salad

red radicchio honeycrisp pomegranate beet salad | dailywaffle

Thanksgiving week. No one wants to talk about salad. And that’s 100 percent fine. Because after all the butter, carbs and sugar, you’ll be wanting something clean. So when you’re back on track, it’ll be time for redemption. In this case, it’s red redemption — radicchio, pomegranate, beets and honeycrisps with a sprinkling of toasted walnuts and parsley. Roast your beets a day before, or just buy the pre-cooked ones, and this winter salad comes together in no time.

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