Fry up a batch of quick and easy chicken croquettes for a fun appetizer the whole family will love.
Combine sweet and salty flavors into one summery dish with grilled peaches, goat cheese and prosciutto.
Grilled sweet watermelon makes this summery soup refreshing and flavorful.
Make those most of juicy, tart, summery citrus fruits with Joy Bauer's simple ceviche recipe.
Top tortilla chips with creamy cheese sauce and sliced steak to add classic Philly sandwich flavor to nachos.
I love a good chopped salad. Its a convenient way to use your fresh produce, and it makes a delicious lunch.
Joy Bauer takes summery salsa to the next level with sweet pineapple, fresh avocado and spicy jalapeño.
Al grills his avocado to achieve that coveted charred flavor, then dices it up and serves it as a simple side dish.
Make salad — even if you're out of lettuce — with grated carrots, zesty lemon and fresh herbs.
Adding sour cream to guacamole might sound controversial, but everyone who has tried it absolutely loves this delicious recipe.
Satisfy your fried food cravings with crispy, corn-filled hushpuppies.
Nachos get a better-for-you makeover by swapping the tortilla chips with crunchy bell peppers.
Plain white beans get a big flavor boost from fresh herbs, zesty citrus, rich olive oil and spicy red pepper flakes.
Hummus is an easy, make-ahead snack to have at the ready for all those times you get a case of the munchies.
This kid-friendly lunch can be ready in just 15 minutes, plus children love being able to make their own little pizzas.
Alex Guarnaschelli gives chicken skewers a cheesy topping with homemade pesto and Parmesan.
Add fun flavor and a pop of color to deviled eggs by incorporating creamy avocado into the yolk filling.
No one will be able to resist the sweet and salty combo of bacon wrapped dates.
The bold crunch of fresh celery takes center stage in this easy, healthy and spicy salad.
Al's simple, one-bowl recipe that mixes cheddar, pimentos, mayo, Sriracha and onion, might be the easiest (and cheesiest!) dish you'll serve.
Craig loves wings, but Buffalo sauce is not his thing (gasp!); he prefers to flavor his wings with an Asian-inspired barbecue sauce.
On Super Bowl Sunday, Hoda steps up her pigs in a blanket game by using mustard-brushed croissant dough to wrap them.
Toss smoky grilled chicken wings with Alabama-style white barbecue sauce.
Easy cheesy sausage bites are a guaranteed win for greatest game-day grub.
Celebrate the Super Bowl with delicious pulled pork sliders topped with coleslaw, spicy pickled onion and melty cheese.
Fresh herbs and bitter leafy greens make this simple Italian salad the perfect start to any meal.
Wrap up chicken- and veggie-filled spring rolls for a finger-friendly, oven-free dinner.
Add cheese and black pepper to pate a choux dough to turn it into a savory appetizer.
Make plain pastry puffs to turn into sweet or savory party-perfect bites.
Replace slider buns with crispy potato latkes for a delicious brisket-filled bite.
Make extra of these irresistible baked clams; they have a tendency to disappear fast.
Start off a feast of the seven fishes on Christmas eve with a mixed seafood salad.
Ina Garten fries up classic potato latkes for a festive Hanukkah celebration.
Creamy crab dip tastes like it took hours to prepare, but this quick recipe comes together in under 30 minutes.
Enjoy dressing for more than just one day with these easy and delicious appetizer bites.
These awesome fritters made from sauerkraut and meat and fried in a crispy shell hail from Akron, Ohio. They're totally worth a trip.
This recipe is also a great way to do some grilling in the wintertime!
This finger sandwich is the perfect starter for the holidays. The meat, bread and veggies all locally sourced from Utah, bring savory flavors.
Combine spicy Nashville-style hot chicken and Indian pakoras into one deliciously crispy dish.
Red bell pepper essence, truffle pea pesto and feta cream each add a different flavorful element to roasted cauliflower.
Make caviar even more elegant with fresh herbs, sour cream and bright lemon.
This dish is a simple side dish celebrating Basque Country heritage and utilizing Idaho's most famous ingredient.