'GMA's' Top 10 Recipes of 2012

From Julia Child's beef bourguignon to Rachael Ray's pretzel-coated chicken, we gathered the tastiest recipes from 2012. Try them this year before a whole new set of recipes takes over!

PHOTO: Julia Child's beef bourguignon is shown.
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Julia Child's classic recipe is the perfect warm stew for a cold day. Served on top of pasta or egg noodles, it will warm you up in no time.

PHOTO: Buttermilk biscuits are shown.
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These cheesy biscuits taste just like the real thing. Simple to make, serve them up with your favorite chicken or fish dish.

You too can make a McDonald's Egg McMuffin at home. With some bread, eggs and ham, enjoy the iconic sandwich right in your kitchen.

PHOTO: Emeril's simple pot roast recipe is shown here.
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This easy pot roast will give you tender results with little effort. Root vegetables, garlic and herbs, along with a can of cola, give the roast excellent flavor.

PHOTO: Buttermilk "not-fried" chicken is shown here.
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Get the texture of crispy fried chicken without heating up any oil. This tender chicken is coated in crunchy cornflakes.

PHOTO: Key lime cake is shown.
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Skip the traditional key lime pie and opt for this cake instead. Covered with cream cheese frosting, it makes a wonderful summer birthday cake.

PHOTO: Rachael Ray's pretzel crusted chicken is seen here on Good Morning America.
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You can't beat this pretzel-coated chicken recipe from Rachael Ray. Served with a cheesy sauce, it will easily become your kids' favorite meal.

PHOTO: Emeril Lagasse's Oven Baked Barbecue Baby Back Ribs are seen here in this undated photo.
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It might be too cold to grill but these oven-baked ribs taste just as good. Choose your favorite store-bought BBQ sauce or make your own.

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Serve these breadsticks alongside pasta or with your favorite soup. Who knew homemade breadsticks could be this easy?

PHOTO: Elisabeth Hasselbeck's mac and cheese is shown here.
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Gluten-free food can still taste fantastic, especially when you make this mac and cheese recipe from Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Made with gluten-free pasta, it tastes just as delicious as the regular version.

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