Fresh spicy dip for tortilla chips. Beware--use just one canned chipotle, not one whole can of chipotle. Don't make the mistake Don did.
You man enough to handle this spicy cheeseball? With a hefty dose of horseradish, this baby has serious kick.
An easy make ahead vegetarian appetizer for your next football party. Plenty of taste for meat eaters thanks to cumin and cheese.
Homemade bean dip with all the flavor of the storebought kind (and you actually know what goes in it).
Pork and shrimp combine in these authentic Chinese dumplings. Put 'em in chicken broth to make won-ton soup or eat 'em with the simple sauce below.
Get great ingredients and this simple olive tapenade will wow your guests.
Make this Quebecois food tradition your own. Known as tourtieres by the French Canadian families who make them, these hearty, flavorful pies packed with three types of meat and tasty traditional spices.
Ever have meatballs or lil' cocktail smokies that are swimming in a deliciously sweet and spicy sauce? A little known secret is to use a jar of chilis and a jar of grape jelly to get that wonderful flavor, but the meat itself is high in fat and calories. Well Buford got to thinkin'. What about a low fat meat like ground chicken or even ground pork?
Developed at a New Orleans restaurant in 1899 during a snail shortage, the richness of the sauce caused the chef to name these after John Rockefeller, then the richest American. Now we'd call them "Oysters Gates," which doesn't really have the same ring.
Yet another thing to wrap bacon around. These delicious red potato bites taste amazing dipped in a fresh garlic sauce.