A Mexican style coleslaw that is great served with chips or as a condiment.
I originally made this recipe up to dip some bacon-wrapped shrimp in, but we soon found out that it was good on all kinds of chips and crackers also!
This is a huge party hit. Men enjoy this just as much as women and are happy to ask for it any chance they get!
This makes OOdles and OOdles of coleslaw.
This is a fresh salsa mix that is easy and takes only minutes! Great with chips, or on tacos, in burritos, etc.
Black-eyed peas bring a Southern flair to a Latin favorite.
This chili uses banana peppers and a hearty mixture of spices that combine to make a wonderful flavor. Party guests love it, and it's great as a leftover. I like to make a big batch and freeze the leftovers in serving-size containers; reheated, it makes a for a tasty and easy lunch!
This version of guacamole has a fresh taste and a bit of a bite.
Even though this recipe says it serves four, you'll want to at least double it to get you through the whole game - maybe even triple it. Get enough beer - both for cooking and drinking. Don't get the wimpy kind, get the real stuff.
Let the taste of Brazil simmer in your home all day. When you're ready, spoon out this hot, hearty stew and count down the days till Festival.
Eat just like the cowboys on the old range. Bust out a cast-iron skillet and make yourself this spicy cornbread. Then listen for the howl of the wolf and the lowing of the cattle.
Philly? Yeah, we know a shortcut. Make the classic cheesesteak using pre-cooked roast beef.
Simple chili recipe for beginners, and it cooks up quick, too. Still, has all the star players of the best chili -- ground beef, beans, tomatoes, and chili powder for heat. You might add a little cayenne for extra spice.
With all the can opening you get prepping this recipe, it almost counts as a workout. The payoff? Besides stronger forearms, a chili that cooks up very quick.
A very quick chili, thanks to your trusty food processor or blender. And a very tasty chili, thanks to your trusty bacon.
Forget apple or pumpkin, this is a man's pie. Includes all the man food groups--spicy, hot doggy, and cheesy.
Is it cornbread with chili cooked in? Or chili with a cornbread base? You decide. Either way, you'll find it hard to stop eating.
They didn't know it at the time, but the toaster oven's inventors were really creating the world's best bruschetta maker. Try this staple appetizer of Italian restaurants tonight.
Instead of a bowl that you would just have to wash with precious water, you put your soup in a hollowed out round sourdough loaf. You are a master of conservation.
Looks like a fancy dessert, but isn't too difficult. After all, nothing you make in the toaster oven should be.