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Food.com chicken wings (submitted image)
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Warm up winter with healthy comfort food recipes, time-saving tips and nutritious menus

by jmaloni


Thu, Jan 15th 2015 02:45 pm

Game day dishes for the ultimate feast

Food.com thaws the winter chill with recipes for comfort food favorites and quick, healthy meal ideas to heat up the dinner table. From hearty and delicious dinners under 400 calories to lightened-up comfort food favorites, get the recipes, tips and techniques you need to make it through the deep freeze. Plus, find a gallery of "superfoods" with surprising health benefits, and recipe ideas to keep the new year tasty and nutritious. Then take a break from resolutions and celebrate football season with the perfect game-day foods.

With ideas for festive dips, meaty mains meant for sharing, delectable desserts and more, busy hosts will score every time with these dishes. With a gallery of the ultimate game day pork dishes and 20 recipes to overload on cheese, these decadent dishes will satisfy long after the game is over.

Join the community at Food.com to share your favorite recipes and photos, and get reviews and help from other home cooks like you.

Kitchen hacks from food.com

Food.com has you covered with tip videos to keep food fresh and craft better sauces, soups and dressing. Find these tips and more at Food.com:

•Have old, hard lemons or limes leftover in the kitchen? Microwave them for 15 seconds and they will juice like new.

•To prevent onions from turning brown quickly, store them in pantyhose by placing them in each leg and tying a knot between every new onion. Hang them in a dark, dry place for up to six months. Snip off an onion as needed!

•Dried-out brown sugar can be softened by being microwaved for 10 seconds. To prevent crusty brown sugar in the future, store it with a marshmallow.

•Bring your old loaf of French bread back to life by sprinkling it with water, wrapping it in foil, and baking it for five minutes at 400 degrees.

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