Lots of people think the West Coast craft cheese industry is a new thing, with pioneers like Cypress Grove and Cowgirl Creamery. But in truth there's a proud and unique cheesemaking tradition there that stretches back over 90 years.
No matter if you are rooting for the Pats or the SeaHawks, you need a boozy treat to get you in the mood. Perhaps it's to celebrate, or just to gird your loins, these cocktails all have a story to tell. They are fruity and flavorful, full of that alcoholic energy that keeps the party going.
Celebrate your winning team this Super Bowl Sunday, with a boozy treat. We love the kick that a bit of alcohol adds to a good recipe. These are all festive and tasty on their own, but the secret ingredient in each one makes them just for the grownups.
When I smell freshly baked pretzels while meandering through the mall, I often feel like a cartoon character who has been entranced and I am swiftly guided to the lovely smell. Before I can stop myself, I am standing in line waiting to buy the salted chewy bread morsels.
Rice pudding is a classic dessert that is especially comforting on cool winter nights. Traditionally, rice pudding is made on the stove top with you perched over the pot with a wooden spoon, continuously stirring the pudding as it bubbles under the flame.
When cooking for a crowd, especially one that's watching the big game, can be a daunting task. Not only are you worried about the food being hot and something everyone will like, but you want to enjoy the party too. These oven baked nachos are a crowd pleaser.
It was more than six years ago when Trader Joe’s released its first gluten free brownie mix. At the time, gluten free baking wasn’t as commonplace as it is now and the mix was one very easy way to quickly mix up a gluten free chocolate treat. Fast forwarding to today, Trader Joe’s has recently...
One skillet dinners mean easy clean-up and easy prep. This lemon thyme chicken recipe is one of my favorite dishes to cook any night of the week, both for its ease and deliciousness. It’s even elegant enough to serve to guests!
Transform the classic pecan-studded cheese ball into a festive game day football with this easy recipe from PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese. This creamy, three cheese spread is sure to get cheers from your fans. Best of all, it takes just minutes to whip up!
It is easy to imagine making some foods. For instance, you can probably picture yourself making Homemade Girl Scout Cookies, Homemade Oreos or a version of your favorite muffin from the local coffee shop. It is not as easy to imagine yourself making some other products at home – but with a little bit of...
One of my go-to Game Day foods has always been potato skins. This time around, we can settle for nothing less that the ultimate champion of skins—the MVP of football feasts. If we're truly bringing our appetizer A-game, we need to mix it up a bit by drafting some beer right into our recipes. Show More Summary
I find myself in the midst of strangers a lot, a lot - crammed onto buses, in line at a cafes, grabbing lunch at favorite spots, grocery shopping - and I can't tell you how many conversations I've overheard in the past week related to cleanses, detoxes, and diets. Show More Summary
Sure, buttered popcorn is good, but you can get a bit more creative than that. Here are seven inventive popcorn flavors, both sweet and savory, to make your snacking a heck of a lot more interesting.
Nothing beats chili for the perfect game day recipe. We found a list of excellent chili dishes that cover all the bases: hot, spicy, sweet, chunky, healthy, meaty, rich. We share them with you now, in the hopes you can enjoy some of the best game day eats you have ever tasted. Enjoy!
I love foam cakes because their light, airy texture makes them both fun to make and fun to eat. Foam cakes are types of cakes that are leavened primarily with beaten eggs or egg whites. When eggs are beaten at high speeds, they build a foam made up of tiny bubbles that is held together...
Cheese balls are quite possibly the easiest party food - EVER! Softened cream cheese (any soft fresh cheese could work here) are mixed with an array of ingredients that culminate into something splendid and delicious.
Whether you are rooting for the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks, one thing is for certain, an assortment of game day foods to enjoy during the Super Bowl is essential. Party mixes are a quick and easy snack you can literally throw together in minutes.
Togarashi tofu fries are a light and crispy appetizer inspired by Japanese flavors. A block of tofu is cut into matchsticks before being covered in a seasoned panko breadcrumb mix and baked.
Serve up his crowd-pleasing Super Bowl spread and you're sure to get cheers from your fans!
Sliders are always a fan favorite at any game day party and we love these spicy Mexican-style ones from celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez.