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The Cookstr Weekly: Super Snacking

January 18, 2013
Here’s a confession: Sometimes, I eat in front of the television. Sure, I feel a little guilty about it, but there are times when kicking back with a plate of good cheese or a bowl of homemade soup or some fresh-out-of-the-oven nachos can be pretty irresistible. Times like awards shows, or the season premiere of Downton Abbey, or – you guessed it – the Super Bowl. So I quite enjoyed putting together a collection of recipes that are made for guilt-free vegging out in front of the tube, from potato skins to guacamole – with just a few surprises in between.
And if you’d like to make your own list of recipes for your own Super Bowl party, or for any other occasion, I’m really excited to announce a new feature in My Cookstr! It allows you to organize recipes into different lists of your choice. You can read more about it at the bottom of this email. Please let us know what you think, and what else you’d like to see on Cookstr next. 

Warmest regards,

Kara Rota
Editorial Director
Cookstr

By Lauren Groveman

 

 

Whether you’re gearing up to watch the big game or far more focused on the food than the field goals, it’s worth thinking beyond cellophane bags of chips and lukewarm wing platters covered in tinfoil. Lauren Groveman’s recipe for Dates Stuffed with Roquefort Cheese and Topped with Walnuts is at home at a cocktail party, but the combination of savory, sweet, cheesy and salty notes is just as happy kicking back on the coffee table for an indulgent game day tradition. 

More Super Snack Recipes from Cookstr
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New on Cookstr: Your Recipe Lists

You know that little heart icon next to the photo on every recipe page? Starting now, you’ll see a green plus sign on that heart, which allows you to add it to any of your recipe lists. So whether you’re planning a week’s worth of dinners or gathering ideas for gluten-free baking, you can make a list to organize and cook your way through all of your ideas. You can move recipes from one list to another and view all of your collected recipes in one place in the My Cookstr tab. Try it out, and let us know what you think!

Contact Us

We want to get to know our users as cooks, eaters, and full participants in the Cookstr vision. We are eager to hear from you and learn how we can make Cookstr.com even more helpful and enjoyable. Let us know what your favorite features are, what works for you, and what doesn’t. Tell us what your digital culinary journey is lacking on the web, in the kitchen, and everywhere in between. Cookstr is consistently striving to develop new technologies that make your experience of food and cooking more accessible, intuitive and rewarding – and we can do that best when you let us know what you want!

Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and by e-mailing us at editorial@cookstr.com. Tell us what you’re cooking and what you thought, and we might feature your recommendation in The Cookstr Weekly or on the Cookstr homepage!

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