Basic marshmallow popcorn balls that use a pack of Kool-Aid(R) for color and flavor. Depending on the flavor used, they can be a little tangy. Kids love them!
These little ham balls are backed in a brown sugar sauce and are always a party favorite. Perfect served as a side dish or to bring to a potluck.
This basic cornbread recipe will give you a good start in the morning. Buttermilk grants a little sweetness to go along with the corn.
Choose your favorite barbecue sauce to custom fit this wing recipe to your party. Use something sweet and smoky, or turn on the heat to bring the pain.
A great dessert for two (or for a small family) that beginning cooks can make.
Easy, fall-off-the-bone ribs cooked in beer. What more do you want? Great family dinner or meal for the man cave.
Dragon's take on the hot dog, with a few tweaks! This hot dog is stuffed with sweet tasting pineapple, wrapped in bacon & topped with baked beans!
A mix of tropical and Thai, these quick kabobs get flavor from a basting sauce of apricots, mustard and garlic. A new taste for the grill you'll want to try over and over.
The classic man's soda, root beer, turned into tasty homemade ice pops.
An easy way to give Mexican flavor for your popcorn. Watch with Robert Rodriguez' Mexico Trilogy, All the Pretty Horses or The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
My friends and family love these burgers. Can't go wrong: burger in one hand, cold lager in the other. Enjoy.
Biscuits stuffed with chicken, jalapenos, and cream cheese mixture, GREAT for parties!
No skimping on the cheese or the bacon here. You'll be using your finger to get at this if the chips run out.
The flavors of Greek salad sit on top of flaky crescent roll crust for a tasty summer pizza.
A manly dessert with none of that fru-fru whipped cream and such. Just popcorn, sugar, bacon and pecans.
Ketchup, mustard, ketchup, mustard. Gets a little dull, yeah? Spread this fresh relish on your burgers for a different (and probably better) flavor.
Need deviled eggs in a hurry? This classic recipe gets this easy appetizer to your hungry guests fast.
Got a hankering for a spicy appetizer? The doctor recommends a dose of cayenne pepper in these easy deviled eggs.
Easy football appetizer game plan: Start the eggs boiling at the end of the first quarter. They'll be done halfway through the second. Cool them in the ice water. They'll be ready to make at halftime. And you start the second half with a play to defeat lingering hunger.
Amp up this easy appetizer with spicy, smoky chorizo sausage.