Tater tots, that staple of the school cafeteria, have graduated. Instead of a diploma, they get a bacon wrapping. Think of this as school lunch for adults.
To make chili you need to be in an excellent frame of mind. If the game sucks, at least your chili was 'off the hook.' Make sure everything is cool, all your cooking utensils are ready, your cans opened and accessible. Make sure the kitchen is free. No one should be spying on you or checking on what you’re doing in the kitchen. If all is clear and ready to go, then let’s do this!
A new twist on the same old Chili. If desired, add shredded Cheddar and sour cream into bottom of your bowl and pour hot chili on top, and serve with bread and soft butter or margarine.
They won't float, but these stuffed wiener boats will satisfy a football fan's hunger.
Cover your french fries with this Americanized version of Poutine. Think of it as french fry nachos--with a Texas twist.
You'll be plenty full after eating this flavorful turkey chili stretched with new potatoes. Inspired by Nicky G.'s "Nick's Sloppy Chompin' 57 Chili"
Call this chili improved. Start with a can of no-bean chili, then add meat, beans, extra flavor from spices and veggies--you've turned than can of chili from a benchwarmer to an all-star. Inspired by Nicky G.'s "Nick's Sloppy Chompin' 57 Chili."
A classy take on the simple baked potato skin. Eat for an appetizer or a great breakfast.
A spicy dinner idea for jalapeno lovers. Bacon, cheese and peppers make a great combo on this baked potato.
Got a pound or so of ground beef and some potatoes to get rid of? Here's a hearty soup to do it with--pretty easy to put together, and relatively fast as well. Does it taste just like one of your fabulous home-grilled burgers with a side of crispy fries? Nope. But it does taste great in its own right!
This may be the best potato skin devised. The hearty heat of crispy potato skins topped with a cool dollop of creamy smoked salmon. Try it for your next football party.
Got some ham left on that Thanksgiving or Christmas? Well, hell! You can stick darn near anything in a pot of potato soup and it ends up as good (if not better!) than it was before! Give this hearty, cheesy potato soup a try even if you have to go get a couple ham bones from your friendly local meat-cutter. Serves 8 that aren't too hungry or have a good sandwich to go along with it. Otherwise, figure on 4-6 servings
An easy appetizer and a great melding of Island and Asian cooking styles.
Easy oven-baked sweet potato fries flavored with curry powder. Eat with ketchup or with a simple chive mayonnaise.
This easy potato recipe works as a side dish (put in the oven alongside whatever else you're roasting) or as an appetizer.
We get gold stars for this every time we serve it! Remember that we are located far, far from any source of fresh seafood, so most of ours is from a can. If you don't really appreciate canned clams, well, wait 'til you try 'em this way! It's a thick, savory, rich chowder with just a hint of tomato and lots of clams and potato chunks.
So easy! This no-fuss recipe is soooo good, even the kids love it. My husband loves his soups and this is one of his favorites.
Here's a great potato casserole that has onions, cheese, tomatoes and green chile. What's not to like?! A side dish for 12-16 people, it can easily be scaled down to half that size.
My personal favorite summertime potato salad, this one is quick and easy. Sometimes I'll make a batch of it to just have on hand for snacking!