This is a very delicious chicken wing recipe that I made myself.
Nachos surf-style, with shrimp and the Southwestern flavor of ancho chile powder. Not too spicy, you should be able to serve this to any guy who drops by during the game. Inspired by Luke's "Creamy Southwest Dipping Sauce."
Serve these Mexican-style nachos with your favorite cerveza for a south of the border style tailgate or man cave party.
Two of man's favorite foods join forces to make this spicy snack. Like Bacon Burgers and Bourbon BBQ Sauce, this is bound to become a classic.
A plate of peeled out potatoes with broiled cheese, bacon, and chives with sour cream for dipping.
Want hearty soup fast? Uncle Sam's cooks have the battle-tested answer. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
If you like spice, but not too much, the mild flavor of poblano peppers is for you. This Mexican-style beef stew features roasted poblanos, among the most popular peppers south of the border.
Nachos with an American twist--that lunchroom classic, Sloppy Joes. Inspired by Anthony Robertson's "Red Devil Dip."
Why dip chips and veggies in ranch dressing when you can just incorporate that classic flavor into nachos? Saves time and effort, so you can focus on your fantasy stats.
Your nacho will runneth over with this combo of beef, sausage and picante sauce. Inspired by wellsteins' "Superbowl Dip."