These snacks have been optimized for cramming into your mouth during peak touchdown excitement. Salty, sweet, or sour? Buffalo wings, snack mix, or cheese dip? We got you covered.
Spicy, crunchy snack, perfect for watching the game.
A tasty version of an classic snack.
When you want a Chili that is full of heat and taste that will leave you with a sweat filled forehead and a red face, but leave you craving for more, this is what you'll want to go for.
This thick chili has plenty of flavor. You'll be counting the minutes 'till you get home with this baby in the slow cooker.
A host of special ingredients give this complex chili an incredible taste. Inspired by bakerandahalf's "Northwestern Sweet Chili"
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.
Tasty Cajun flavor in your movie popcorn. Fire this up for watching Southern Comfort, Live and Let Die, or The Big Easy.
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.
Like mozzarella sticks? Like pizza? Let's put the two together! Everyone loves these little cheese stick appetizers. Make up a bunch ahead of time and keep them in the freezer, that way all you have to do is drop them in the frier and heat up some marinara sauce.
Steak and bacon. Need I say more?!!!!!! You better be quick, because they won't be around long.
Everyone knows that popcorn is the perfect thing to go with a movie. Here's how to make it the REAL way (e.g., without a microwave).
A hot, creamy dip with a little bit of spice, depending on how much heat your salsa gives it.
This simple recipe gives you wings without all the hassle of deep-frying. You won't have that crispy crust, but all the taste is there.
Appetizers, army-style. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Chips, beef, and chili deep-fried into balls. Who's the hero of football Sunday? No matter how many points your running back gets, it's gonna be you if you made this amazing appetizer.