Serve up warming clam chowder in mini sourdough bread bowls for a true San Francisco treat.
Top off a citrusy cocktail with effervescent soda for a super refreshing sipper.
Serve up a San Francisco-inspired cocktail to toast to the 49ers on Super Bowl Sunday.
Celebrate the Super Bowl with delicious pulled pork sliders topped with coleslaw, spicy pickled onion and melty cheese.
Adam Richman flips the script on traditional chili with chunks of steak, savory oyster sauce and strong black coffee.
This dish is a simple side dish celebrating Basque Country heritage and utilizing Idaho's most famous ingredient.
Stuffed mushrooms get a veggie-filled makeover with a fresh spinach, tomato and onion filling.
Turn bacon into a snack with Valerie Bertinelli's sweet and spicy bacon bites.
Fresh herbs, feta cheese and lemon zest brighten up easy roasted asparagus dip.
Baked, hand-cut fries take the place of tortilla chips in this better-for-you steak nacho recipe.
Buffalo isn't just for wings: Joy Bauer glazes meaty drumsticks with the classic sauce and serves them with a side of ranch.
Give bratwursts a savory beer bath before serving them on toasty buns with spicy mustard and braised onions.
Pile smoky brisket, sweet barbecue sauce and a tangy pickle on a soft potato rolls for great game-day sliders.
Al Roker layers tangy pimento cheesy, crispy onions and grilled chicken on a flaky biscuit to make his signature sliders.
Bump up game day flavors with spicy sriracha and peanut butter chicken wings.
Jimmy Fallon reimagines burgers with these spicy, air-fried chicken patties served on soft potato rolls.
Maya Rudolph's 4-bean chili gets garnished with chocolate chips, cheddar and corn chips.
Dip crispy homemade zucchini chips in warm marinara sauce or cool tzatziki sauce for two different taste experiences.
These crispy potato and zucchini patties are the perfect one-bite appetizer to eat during the big game.
Turn french fries into nachos with melty cheese, spiced steak and a few tasty toppings.
Turn frozen chicken tenders into a hearty party meal with a few easy-to-find pantry staples.
Smother crispy fried chicken wings in a sweet and spicy chili sauce.
Stuff tender, shredded pulled pork into warm tortillas for a creative and tasty football food mashup.
Smother Tater Tots with spicy chili and melty cheese sauce for the ultimate game day indulgence.
Make the most out of any barbecue leftovers with egg rolls stuffed with mac and cheese, plus smoky brisket.
Serve up brisket-stuffed empanadas for a great game-day bite.
Serve up deliciously decadent sliders with fancy sauce and homemade bacon jam.
Braise bratwurst in beer before grilling to infuse flavor and cut down on cooking time.
Dip crispy fried cheese curds in spicy sriracha ketchup for the perfect flavor combo.
Spiced beef, savory onions and spicy peppers make grilled skewers flavorful and fun to eat.
This surprising ingredient makes meatball sliders even more irresistible.
The low and slow braised beef for these delicious sandwiches is well worth the wait.
Change up chili dogs with savory Italian meat sauce, spicy marinated peppers and creamy burrata cheese.
Grilled cheese gets even more indulgent with a melty macaroni and cheese filling ... plus bacon, of course.
Dip spicy cheese-stuffed jalapeño poppers in sweet raspberry sauce for a fun and flavorful game-day snack.
Feed hungry football fans with warm crab dip and crispy spiced pita chips.
Add loads of flavor to French fries by sprinkling them with zesty Middle Eastern za'atar spice.
These loaded potato appetizer prove you don't need meat or dairy to make a delicious nacho.
Serve creamy smoked fish dip at your next summer get together for a Southern-inspired snack.
Fried chicken sandwiches get a flavor boost from boozy barbecue sauce, scallion cream and crunchy slaw.
Savory steak sliders get a flavor boost from easy, no-cook, herbaceous chimichurri sauce.
Add a touch of sweet and a dash of heat to guacamole with spicy chiles and fresh mango.