Score a touchdown at your next bowl game watching party with these tasty handheld bites and creamy dips.
Start with fried green tomatoes from your favorite meat 'n' three restaurant. Bake them on a baking sheet at 350° for 5 minutes
or until warm and crispy. Add sweet-hot pickle chips to the bun with wooden picks for a fun garnish.
Spice things up with this cheesy dip. You can make it ahead and keep warm in a fondue pot or mini slow cooker during your
Wow your guests with this 6-ingredient twist on the iconic finger food.
You can serve this versatile recipe on French bread crostini or with crackers over a block of cream cheese. Try tossing leftovers
in a Caesar salad.
A satay is an Indonesian version of kabobs: thinly sliced marinated meat grilled on a skewer and served with lip-licking peanut
This sandwich falls under the "hearty fare" category. It'll satisfy your hunger to win.
Hot sausage spices up the veggies in this creamy, flavor-packed dip. Serve with corn chip scoops, red pepper strips, and pretzel
What's a party without salsa? Make yours one to remember.
Just like any good Louisiana gumbo, this dip is thick and full of flavor.
Pepper jelly adds a nice sweet-hot note to chicken salad. And you'll love the extra zing from lemon zest and ground red pepper.
Photo: Jennifer Davick, Styling Buffy Hargett, Food Styling Vanessa McNeil Rocchio and Angela Sellers
Wow family and friends with these easy party poppers. You can also bake the mixture in a casserole dish and use the breadcrumb
coating as a crispy topping.
You can serve these hearty bites between biscuits, brioche, or artisan dinner rolls for an elegant presentation.
Save time and pick up brisket and sauce from your favorite barbecue joint to use in these party bites.
These hearty bites will become your signature party dish. You can keep the queso blanco warm in a fondue pot or 1-qt. slow
These are cheesy, buttery, and altogether addicting. They’re great in a bread basket, served alongside chili, or as an appetizer.
Tortellini Caprese Bites are drizzled with a basil vinaigrette and are so simple to prepare. The no-mess presentation makes
these appetizer skewers ideal for parties.
You can bake the crostini up to a couple of hours ahead of time, top just before guests arrive and place in the oven to finish.
Roasting black-eyed peas gives them a crispy, dry texture that’s perfect for snacking. Chili powder and cumin give the beans
a flavor-packed coating that won’t disappoint your guests.
Start with black bean soup mix to make this zesty bean dip. Serve with slices of cucumber, bell pepper, or your favorite raw
A tasty appetizer of Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp will be hit with your party crowd. They'll savor the hint of heat mingled with sweetness
in each bite.
This scrumptious appetizer is easy to prep. Simply roll a log of creamy goat cheese in fresh chopped thyme, parsley, tarragon,
and mint in advance. Then, just before serving, spread onto fresh toasted baguette slices and top with sun-dried tomatoes
and basil leaves.
Our Party-Style Pork Empanada uses refrigerated canned bread dough to make preparation easier. You can make up to two hours
ahead of time, leaving you plenty of time to enjoy the party.
Add a caramel chewiness to already-delicious bacon-caramel corn.
Bake a mixture of goat cheese and cream cheese and top with a spicy tomato mixture for a warm dip that’s great for entertaining.
You can assemble this dip ahead and freeze for up to one month.
Two Southern icons make the ultimate sandwich, generously topped with pickled green tomatoes and local Raleigh honey.
We love when two Southern classics come together - like deviled eggs and pimiento cheese. You won't be able to tear yourself
away from the deviled egg tray, especially if you garnish with sliced country ham and pickled okra.
Serve Black-eyed Pea-and-Ham Dip atop cornbread crackers for a unique regional pairing.
Use a combination of parsley, thyme, and oregano, or sage, rosemary, basil, and chives for a savory and perfectly balanced
Our directions for these juicy baby back ribs are for a two-burner gas grill. If you have a three-burner grill, light both
sides, and leave the center portion off.
Grits are treasured like gold in the South. These Bacon-Grits Fritters are the perfect Southern delicacy to introduce to your
family and friends. Watch them quickly disappear
For a crowd, assemble several pizzas; cover and chill up to two hours. Bake a few at a time, to keep the Pizza Sticks coming
out hot and fresh.
Sweet potatoes, shiitake mushrooms, red onion, cheese, and Italian spices make this good-for-you pie distinctly delicious.
Make the filling ahead of time to meet your party preparation timeline. Serve with homemade chili sauce over a bed of fresh
These mouth-watering Latin pastries are stuffed with a flavorful mixture of chicken, green olives, fresh herbs, and spices.
This low-fat potato salad is rich with creamy goodness but easy on the fat and calories.
Bring your homemade pizza to the next level by incorporating fresh ingredients. If you don't have time to prepare your own
fresh dough, some supermarkets sell uncooked pizza dough on request from the bakery department.
If you want a complete throwback recipe that is still delicious today, try the classic taste of Rolled Olive Sandwiches.
Barbecue sauce, refrigerated pizza dough and packaged precooked chicken breast strips make Quick 'n' Easy Chicken Barbecue
Pizza a snap to prepare. For even more flavor, sprinkle pizza with chopped cooked bacon and chopped fresh cilantro before
adding the cheese.
This easy chicken wing recipe is great for any party.
These oven-fried drumsticks have a satisfyingly crunchy texture. We loved the flavor results when we used 1/2 tsp. red pepper.
This is an updated version of a recipe that used ham, cheese, and mustard. Eyes lit up at our tasting table when these roast
beef sandwiches came out of the oven.