You're already set for a main dish (chili, or brats, maybe?)-- but what to serve alongside that won't take too much attention? How about macaroni and cheese, a cheesy dip, or baked potatoes?
Delish Southern dish!!!
Hot, cheesy artichoke dip. You know it, you love it. Did you know you can make it in the toaster oven?
You read that right--stupendous seven-layer dip served hot. Score. And you make it on the grill. Double score.
Don't worry about deep-frying these mini, meaty empanadas: just cut out circles of pie dough, fill them with this super easy filling, brush with some egg, and bake. They're not your traditional South American pastry, but close enough - and the guys coming over to watch the game sure aren't going to complain.
Pants, then shoes, is one important order to remember. The other is the proper way to assemble Frito Pie. See below to make sure you're not doing it wrong.
Need deviled eggs in a hurry? This classic recipe gets this easy appetizer to your hungry guests fast.
An easy appetizer that cooks up in your slow cooker while you watch the game.
A tasty snack anytime, and it's simple to make, too.
A simple and delicious dip for game day; make it ahead of time and refrigerate until kickoff.
Three different types of cheeses combine, with pimento giving a tinge of heat.
A very creamy, cheesy hot dip. Heat it up at the tailgate party or serve it hot while you watch the game on TV.
Mushroom fans who are also party fans will want to try this simple dip.
When you're ready to make the leap to a really quality crab dip, here's the recipe to go with. Think of yourself as the Yankees signing Alex Rodriguez--sure, it's expensive, but if it gets you a World Series...
No stove necessary for this spicy crab dip. Just mix these ingredients together and zap 'em. Pow--game food served.
This dip is as much of an improvement over store-bought bean dip as Peyton Manning is over Jim Sorgi.
A blend of four cheeses, sauteed onions, and sour cream comes together in an incredibly creamy baked macaroni dish.
A spicy dinner idea for jalapeno lovers. Bacon, cheese and peppers make a great combo on this baked potato.
A warm dip for garlic lovers--or just anyone who likes flavor on their crackers.
Cloves cooked on the grill. Add 'em as a condiment on hot dogs and burgers, or just eat them whole. Make sure you have a breath mint handy, though.