Spicy, crunchy snack, perfect for watching the game.
A tasty version of an classic snack.
Here's a new pizza topping idea: Sliced bratwurst and mustard, for a pizza that looks kind of like a pretzel.
Your weekend eating challenge: this hot sandwich stuffed with ham, cheese and veggies. Of course, if you don't want to try to eat it yourself, you can slice it up and serve to the guys in the man cave.
An American invention with an Italian name, stromboli was invented in New Jersey. Or Spokane. Depends on who you ask. You don't have to ask whether this sandwich, full of beef, cheese and Italian flavors, will fill up a crowd.
You can teach the kids how to make their own homemade pizzas at home.
Try this crazy recipe at your next guy pig-out session. Inspired by the experiment of a Minneapolis cook, it gives pizza-flavored snacks a homecoming of sorts...by arranging them all on a pizza. So it might be a good choice before your favorite school's Homecoming game as well.
These are hot, sweet, and spicy nuts that I make around the holidays and leave them here and there for people to munch on. I usually set them out by the J. Paul's Trash (recipe on MTR).
This is a quick, kid friendly pizza recipe that can make everyone happy.
A hot, creamy dip with a little bit of spice, depending on how much heat your salsa gives it.
Appetizers, army-style. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Remember Fiddle Faddle? This snack mix tastes better and is way cheaper. Very simple to make, but irresistible to anyone who dares to try it. The most common word used to describe this recipe has always been "Addicting." People truly say they cannot stop eating this stuff once they start.
Simple meatballs get a boozy boost from a sweet, savory, smoky whiskey sauce. (Inspired by david's "Cosmic Meatballs.")
Salty, tasty Parmesan flavors this easy snack mix. Make it during the pre-game show before today's game.
This recipe is great for adding a bit of spice to your potato wedges. Great if you have mates coming round to watch the match. Cheap and easy too!
Here's a great way to start off your day--or cap it off, with a breakfast-like dinner.
A classy take on the simple baked potato skin. Eat for an appetizer or a great breakfast.
This easy potato recipe works as a side dish (put in the oven alongside whatever else you're roasting) or as an appetizer.
Restaurant fries will taste bland after you make this homemade version. Three herbs, two types of peppers, and, oh yeah, a dose of Italian seasoning.