Spicy, crunchy snack, perfect for watching the game.
This a wonderful salad that, by not mixing in the chips, can serve as a dip appetizer. This is always requested for our tailgating parties, and is the first to disappear.
This is a fresh salsa mix that is easy and takes only minutes! Great with chips, or on tacos, in burritos, etc.
I am 160lbs and I was first served this recipe at a barbeque. I consumed 5 hotdogs as I could not believe the taste that I was experiencing. I ended up begging for this recipe. It yields a sweet and exceptionally tasty Brat.
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.
"Uncle" Bo was my dad's college roommate. He created these sandwiches and served them up at Friday night parties before Penn State football games. I found this recipe some years back hidden in my mother's recipe box and decided to make them. They're great now for sitting in front of the big screen watching football-and football season is fast upon us. Make these for your crowd.
Chili, cheese, onion, corn chips, and tamales, with South-of-the-border spices, served bubbling hot.
These hearty, spicy sandwiches are perfect for a meal on the go or a snack for the game.
In this kickass riff on a classic Wisconsin butter burger, I incorporate some other great Wisconsin ingredients: butter and beer!! No man can resist the pure greatness of this burger...
A twist on the famous New Mexico green chile cheeseburger, this stuffed burger is a favorite at our ranch's summer get-togethers. The cream cheese mitigates the heat from the jalapeños, but leaves the wonderful flavors of them and the green chilies intact. The chipotle mayonnaise, filling or even the uncooked burgers themselves can be made a day ahead and kept sealed in the 'fridge overnight. Just get them out of the 'fridge about half an hour before grilling.
Pump up the basic hot dog with this pineapple syrup stuffing and a wrapping of crispy bacon.
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.
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.
Don't dirty an extra dish for your salad. Just put it on top of your flat iron steak as it grills.
A healthy hat for your grilled rib eye; the traditional Italian caprese salad.
Get those food groups out of the way--put a serving of veggies right on your Porterhouse as it grills.
A meal in itself, this simple T-bone gets a tomato, mozzarella and bread topping.
New York strip like you might have in Little Italy, with the traditional Italian caprese salad on top.
A tender steak gets a fancy hat--the traditional Italian caprese salad.
Think of it as a steak sandwich inside out. Instead of two slabs of bread, a few breadcrumbs take their place among cheese and tomatoes as a small hat for your grilled sirloin.