Cook (& Eat) Your Feelings

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If you’ve got a little extra time on your hands and need a way to self soothe, here are some cooking projects from the archives that’ll keep you busy and calm your nerves.

Grill 23 & Bar‘s Peter Agostinelli‘s Buffalo Chicken Dip is just the right balance of indulgent and delicious — it’s also ideal if you’re watching sports re-runs on repeat.

Flour‘s Joanne Chang offered up this Whoopie Pie recipe for the BostonChefs holiday cookie feature but there’s no time like the present to whip up a batch of these comforting treats.

This easy-peasy Soy-Cured Deviled Eggs recipe from Outlook at the Envoy‘s Tatiana Rosana makes for an inventive snack while you’re working from home. You can sub in cayenne pepper or red pepper flakes if you don’t happen to have togarashi in your pantry.

Tiffani Faison, of Sweet Cheeks, Tiger Mama and Orfano, sent along this Roasted Pork Shoulder recipe as a way to ensure good luck in the new year. Give a whirl if you feel like you could use a dose of something delicious (and a little extra luck).

Poke through the archives yourself to see what else your favorite cookers have sent — there’s a ton to choose from.

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