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For A Twist On The Lunar New Year Dumpling, Add Green Tea

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Just like the Super Bowl, the Beefy Butternut Squash Chili takes a couple of fall favorites and pairs them in a winter classic. John Lee/Courtesy of Rebel One hide caption

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A Surprise Play: Beefy Butternut Squash Chili

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This paprikash recipe may be well-traveled — from Hungary to Australia — but its belly-warming comforts haven't changed a bit. Courtesy of HarperCollins hide caption

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From Down Under, A Paprikash To Warm You All Over

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Don't be fooled by the name: Neither Sandy nor Crystal is quite sure where the King Ranch Casserole has its origins. Courtesy of Clarkson Potter hide caption

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A Taste Of South Texas In A 9x13 Dish

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There are dozens of varieties of borscht — but at its most basic, it's a beet soup with potatoes, tomatoes and often beef or pork. Flickr/Liz West hide caption

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Borscht Make Your Heart Beet? They're Serving 70,000 Gallons In Sochi

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Eating black-eyed peas and rice is a New Year's tradition. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Giving Hoppin' John An Indian Twist, Just For Luck

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Aunt Ida and Uncle Julie in Winthrop Beach, Mass., in the 1940s. Courtesy of the Brass Sisters hide caption

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J.R. Ewing And A Found Recipe For Poppy Seed Cookies

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