I've made this cheese ball for years. I find the jarred dried beef to have the best flavor but you have to rinse it to remove much of the salt. This recipe works best if made at least one day in advance.
This is a festive spread that goes great with any kind of cracker. It was given to me by a friend who has made it for years. It's especially nice during the holidays, but tasty enough that you would never want to have it only once each year. It's a cream cheese based spread with orange zest, pecans, and dried cranberries providing an excellent supporting role. Dessert, hors d'oeuvre, or something else? I'm not sure, but I hope you like it.
This recipe always makes me think of Christmastime and my late Nana, because we made it every Christmas and New Year and continue to do so.
Mushroom fans who are also party fans will want to try this simple dip.
Thin chips can't handle this hearty Asian dip. You'll want to break out some bread--or at least crackers--for this one.
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.
Easy deviled eggs get a sweet touch from sweet onions and pimentos. Or get spicy pimentos and make a sweet/spicy mix.
Hit three food groups in one easy appetizer. With these quick deviled eggs, you've got your dairy group (obviously), your vegetables from the peas, and bacon for protein.
Making a spread for vegetarians? You won't miss meat too much with this hearty, flavor-packed vegetarian dip.
No cooking, minor assembly. This is an easy appetizer your kids could put together before the party.
Try easy deviled eggs a different way--with the unique taste of mango chutney.
Can you stir, chop and spread? Then you can make this easy Italian appetizer recipe at home.
The sweet, creamy taste of caramel in this easy dessert dip. Might be just as good as fondue, but it takes a whole heck of a lot less time and effort to make. Nice choice for date night with your special friend.
You're minutes away from putting a tasty party appetizer on the dinner table--or the coffee table of your man cave.
Bringing a dip for a party? Running short on time? This recipe is so easy, you could practically make it in the car at stoplights on your way.
An easy vegetable dip that comes together in just a few minutes.
Not much of a cook? You don't have to be with this dip that doesn't require a heat source of any kind. If you can stir, you can do it.
A vegetable dip with a little hint of spice to make raw vegetable eating as exciting as possible.
Homemade bean dip with all the flavor of the storebought kind (and you actually know what goes in it).
Get the authentic flavor of Mexico when you include tomatillos in this easy guacamole recipe. You can sometimes find tomatillos near the ginger and herbs at the supermarket.