This thick chili has plenty of flavor. You'll be counting the minutes 'till you get home with this baby in the slow cooker.
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.
Food Network host and chef Tyler Florence created this recipe for the Hass Avocado Board. This goes with his Hass Avocado Grapefruit Salsa. Read our interview with Tyler Florence for more cooking tips.
It's all here: Ground beef, Mexican seasonings, chips, cheese and spicy jalapeno peppers.
Plenty of spice and tasty cheese, but none of the meat in these vegetarian-friendly nachos.
A big helping of black beans bring the protein in this easy nachos recipe.
Tasty refried beans in every bite of these cheesy nachos. Use vegetarian refried beans to make this for non-carnivores.
Simple, fresh chicken nachos you can make during the football pre-game show.
Add to the Mexican flavor of nachos by deploying chorizo sausage.
Perfectly-grilled, juicy pork chops add an amazing new dimension to these easy nachos.
A home version of this bar classic. Nothing beats the crunch and creaminess of mozzarella sticks.
Adapted from an idea from the mad cooks of the Gastonia (NC) Grizzlies baseball team. If you can, get out to Gastonia's Sims Park and try their version. It comes with a challenge: If you can eat the nachos in ten minutes, they'll pay for 'em and put your pic on a Wall of Fame.
Up the manliness quotient of your nachos with the addition of pork rinds. If you're on a low-carb diet, this recipe is actually a pretty good call, very high in protein.
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.
Here's a great way to start off your day--or cap it off, with a breakfast-like dinner.
Nachos with an American twist--that lunchroom classic, Sloppy Joes. Inspired by Anthony Robertson's "Red Devil Dip."