No skimping on the cheese or the bacon here. You'll be using your finger to get at this if the chips run out.
Run out of food during the football game? This dip is so easy, you could practically make it between plays.
Hot, cheesy artichoke dip. You know it, you love it. Did you know you can make it in the toaster oven?
You read that right--stupendous seven-layer dip served hot. Score. And you make it on the grill. Double score.
This classic dip made on the grill--cook the chicken first, then let put the rest of the dip together.
This is a sweet and hot variation of traditional buffalo sauce. It can be used as a dipping sauce or to coat your wings.
Look Ma, no stove! This fresh salsa gets heat from jalapeno and sweet from mango.
Ketchup, mustard, ketchup, mustard. Gets a little dull, yeah? Spread this fresh relish on your burgers for a different (and probably better) flavor.
That's East Indian. Regular old guacamole gets spice from the other side of the world--a dash of the Indian spice mix garam masala.
If you like salsa you will love this! Made with corn fresh from the cob, jalapeno, lime zest, and cilantro!
This colorful dip packed with cheese and olives tastes great and is so easy to make, you'll never need to wonder what you're going to bring to the party. Don't forget plenty of tortilla chips!
You might know it as white sauce, this sauce for meat, salads and bread can be found primarily in Greece and Turkey, but also Bulgaria, Serbia, and as far away as Iraq. You can also find it at your friendly New York City falafel stand... Or, make it at home to serve with steak, salad or anything that needs a little extra taste bump.
Try this easy guacamole for your next football gathering or tailgate party. You can make this recipe over and over if you keep plenty of lime juice on hand.
Turn your sandwiches from all-stars into hall-of-famers when you give mayonnaise and easy but amazing flavor boost.
Instead of baking your pizza toppings on a crust, bake them on their own and spread them on crackers or bread.
An easy appetizer spread with no cooking required--just a food processor.
Make this bar and restaurant appetizer classic at home with fresh ingredients.
A no-cook appetizer that you can prepare in a few minutes--it just needs a couple of hours in the fridge for the flavors to come together. Make it just before the game and serve at halftime.
Don't know what to do with left over and or precooked shrimp? This is awesome on anything from crackers to cold pasta. I eat it on toast, my son loves it on pasta!
My mom made this when we were kids. I now make it for my friends and family the guys at work love it.