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Have you joined us for a live class (yes, LIVE with real-time answers to your questions and everything!) on the Food Network Kitchen app yet? If not, this Sunday, December 15, 2019, is great day to check one (or nine!) out. We're unlocking the entire day of live classes, so you can get a taste of what we've been cooking up for you — whether you watch on your phone or a device like the Amazon Echo Show. If you like what you see, we hope you'll sign up to get even more great features — like 40+ live classes, just like these, each week.

Here's what's on the docket for Sunday:

Join caterer to the stars Mary Giuliani as she makes this super savory twist on a classic party app. Not only does the recipe include mini hot dogs (of course), but the dough gets topped with crispy pancetta.

With just four ingredients (vodka, amaro, cinnamon syrup and maraschino cherries), you can whip these festive, warming cocktails.

Mary is back once more for the day to wrap things up with a dessert — these gooey bars have chocolate, marshmallows and peanuts just like their namesake ice cream.

Photo by: Jason DeCrow

Jason DeCrow

Bobby kicks off the afternoon with a spicy-sweet rub inspired by Mexican mole. Rubbed onto chicken thighs, this mixture is the secret ingredient to a stellar taco platter.

Chef Elena Besser joins us to make the holiday treat you won't be able to stop snacking on. Her recipe has walnuts, pecans, almonds, cashews and pistachios flavored with fennel seed, crushed red pepper flakes, garlic powder and rosemary.

Bobby's back with another use for his mole spice rub — this time, combining it with maple syrup and honey make for a delicious granola flavor profile. Use it top your morning yogurt, or give batches of it as a gift.

Cocktail time again! TV star Brian Balthzar presents a chocolaty, candy-cane rimmed drink that's inspired by his favorite reindeer. 🦌

Food Network Kitchen recipe developer Arlyn brings some holiday cheer with this cupcake-cake in the shape of everyone's favorite Christmas cookie.

Food Network culinary producer Dana rounds out the day with the cutest-ever treat that's perfect to make with kids. Melt white chocolate, top with white chocolate truffles and decorate with colorful candy to look like snowmen.

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