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September 13, 2013

By

Lauren Gordon

For swig of something seasonal, try shaking up this tasty drink.

1

Servings

2149

Calories Per Serving

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Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces SKYY Infusions Moscato Grape
  • 3/4 Ounces simple syrup
  • 3 medium watermelon chunks
  • 3 thyme sprig
  • 3/4 Ounces fresh lime juice

Directions

In a cocktail shaker, muddle thyme and watermelon. Add the rest of the ingredients. Shake and finely strain over ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a thyme sprig.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving2149

Total Fat10g16%

Sugar446gN/A

Saturated1g6%

Protein42g85%

Carbs543g100%

Vitamin A1926µg100%

Vitamin B63mg100%

Vitamin C573mg100%

Vitamin E4mg18%

Vitamin K15µg19%

Calcium524mg52%

Fiber29g100%

Folate (food)211µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)211µg53%

Iron19mg100%

Magnesium702mg100%

Monounsaturated3gN/A

Niacin (B3)12mg62%

Phosphorus773mg100%

Polyunsaturated3gN/A

Potassium7812mg100%

Riboflavin (B2)2mg90%

Sodium83mg3%

Sugars, added16gN/A

Thiamin (B1)2mg100%

Zinc7mg47%

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How to Make a Football Cookie Cutter

Attention all football fans! Here is a cheap and effective way to create bite-sized football shapes for your upcoming Super Bowl parties. Why go to Michael’s and buy cookie cutters when you can make your own cookie cutters with what you already have in the pantry. Okay, maybe you can’t make that many cookie cutter shapes by hand, especially the intricate ones with a million corners. And if you’re not feeling crafty and instead prefer to buy, I highly recommend Wilton cookie cutters: Wilton 4 Piece Football Cookie Cutter Set.

But for funsies, why not make your own? A football shape is so simple to re-create since it’s really just an oval with pointed corners.

All you need is a small can of tomato paste, about 5 to 6 ounces, which is usually on sale for under $1. Don’t go using a 15-ounce can or even a small can of tomato sauce instead of tomato paste. Can size actually matters here. The standard can size is much too big, and what we want to do is create a bite-sized football.

Let’s start by removing the label from the can and any remaining pieces of glue or adhesive. Grab a can opener and remove the top lid. Scoop out all of the tomato paste and transfer to a bowl for later cooking use. Not sure what to make? Check out my baked turkey meatball recipe! Tomato paste adds great depth of flavor.

After you’ve emptied the can, clean thoroughly with soapy water. Flip the can upside down and remove the bottom lid to make a hollow cylinder. Clean and dry to ensure no residue remains.

Great. You’ve got a clean can! See that middle seam holding the can together? Center that edge and squeeze the can down as much as you can.

If you’re strong, you can use your fingers and really squeeze the side corners down to create clean pointed ends.

Press down more and more throughout the length of the entire can so that the whole thing takes on a football shape.

If it’s really hard to create sharp corners, feel free to use pliers.

Of course footballs don’t look like Hey Arnold!’s head. It’s more like Stewie Griffin’s head. Once you have your sharp corners, stretch the can open for a rounder shape.

Nice. Looks exactly like Stewie. If you’re not making football-shaped food for the Super Bowl, you could throw a Family Guy party instead.


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Looking for something cute and delicious to make for Super Bowl Sunday? Look no further. Football deviled eggs are a fun way to spice up ordinary deviled eggs, and they’re sure to be a hit on game day. Even the most obnoxious and macho fan in the room will tell you how cute these are (it’s not guaranteed, but it’s worth a try!)…

You can make these with chives, but chives are often inaccessible or expensive. I stick with scallions/green onions since they’re easier to find. Prepare some basic deviled eggs and top it with strips of green onion, and you’ll transform a classic appetizer into the perfect snack for any football game. Click here for my basic recipe for deviled eggs!

Here’s what you need for football deviled eggs:

Prepared deviled eggs…. obvi.

Grab a green onion and chop just the green part off. We won’t use the white parts for this project.

Cut the green top in half…. and in half again. We want thin long strips of scallion.

Then cut 1-centimeter long pieces.

And also cut pieces that are about 2.5-centimeters long. These pieces will form the stitches, or laces, for the footballs.

Top the deviled eggs with the pieces of scallion. Three stitches will do the trick. Aren’t they adorable? Eat up. And enjoy the Super Bowl!

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Football Deviled Eggs

Total time: 5 minutes
Prep: 5 min
Cook: 0 min
Yield: Varies
Level: Easy

Ingredients:
Prepared deviled eggs
Green onions, green tops only

Directions:
To make the stitches/laces of a football: Using a knife, slice off the green parts of the scallions. Slice the green parts lengthwise to achieve thin long strips of scallions. Cut 1-centimeter long pieces of green onion, and also 2.5-centimeter long pieces. Place the longer strip of green onion in the center of the deviled eggs. Across the top of this long strip, place three 1-centimeter long pieces of green onion on the deviled eggs to form football stitches. Serve immediately.


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Take your party to another level with this easy to follow guide on how to make a charcuterie board, with a variety of cheese, cured meats, crackers, olives and dips. Add some sourdough crackers with sesame seeds to the board.

Tomato bruschetta with balsamic glaze is an easy Italian appetizer topped with tomatoes, onions, garlic, basil and olive oil. Delicious, fresh and simple. The perfect light Super Bowl recipe.

Turkey pinwheels are bite-sized finger food perfection and will make back-to-school lunch planning for the kids a total breeze. They are fully customizable and you can wrap them up in a tortilla or in pita bread.

Whipped ricotta crostini is a fancy easy appetizer to make in just minutes or prepare in advance and assemble before serving. A total crowd pleaser.

Classic deviled eggs are a simple and easy to whip up, go-to appetizer for lunch or just a snack. Perfect for a party or picnic too.

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Fresh thyme has a pronounced, concentrated herbal flavor with sharp grass, wood, and floral notes (like lavender and rosemary). Lemon thyme’s citrus fragrance is the most prominent note in that variety.

Thyme can be used in its whole form, or by picking individual leaves from the stem with a gentle pinching motion at the base of each leaf cluster.

Thyme leaves can be added, whole or chopped, to a dish at any stage of cooking. The longer they cook, however, the more flavor they’ll provide. Thyme stems are fibrous and won’t break down during cooking, so if using whole thyme stems, pick them out and discard before serving. If baking with thyme, remove the small individual leaves from the stem beforehand or use dried thyme (which has already been de-stemmed).


Grilled fish, roasted chicken, or grilled vegetables.

So good! Use this whenever I'm making a meat or fish main. And on it's own.

This was absolutely amazing! I substituted a couple ingredients since that was what I had. I used chicken broth instead of the veg stock and my regular butter and did not add more salt since the butter and broth have plenty. The lemon topped it off perfectly! Will definitely be making this again!

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I made half this recipe for 2 of us and I and it was soooo good! It was a tad spicier than I like so I would cut back on the pepper flakes next time. I had long grain brown rice, didn't see short grain and don't know what difference it would make. Also, the heat needs to be a low simmer because after about 30 minutes the liquid had boiled out and the rice was not completely done.. The final step of the oil/garlic/chili flakes and lemon juice adds moisture back into the rice as well as lots of flavor. I didn't buy fresh thyme so added 1 teaspoon dried into the rice/broth and don't know what affect that had on the result.


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