We've given you all the wings, chili, nachos, and dips your heart could desire on Super Bowl Sunday, but sometimes mere snacks just won't cut it. Perhaps you're looking for something a little heartier, a little more filling to help you through the game? From a classic club to grilled cheese to a party-sized chicken parm sandwich, we've got 21 serious sandwiches for game day.
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You've got your wings, your dips, and your big pot of chili ready. But what about the drinks?
Some of them have beans. Some of them don't. Others are so bare bones that there's little more than chilies and meat. However you like your chili, you will most certainly want a recipe to keep you full and happy through the Super Bowl. And we've got a list of 15 of our favorite variations below.
A little spice never killed nobody. And neither did a creamy guacamole, for that matter. If you want something a little more South of the Border than a gooey, cheesy artichoke dip or a smooth bean dip to dunk your chips in, look no further than a bright, fresh salsa or a nice hearty guacamole. Here are 25 great recipes for salsa and guacamole for smooth dipping on Super Bowl Sunday.
Every team has a mascot. But what about the mascot of the Superbowl itself? We're pretty sure it would be the chicken wing. Like Bubba Gump's shrimp, we've got all kinds. Fried wings, baked wings, grilled wings—you name it, and we'll show you how to make it. Here's a list of 16 wings to spice up your game day.
What do you call cheese that isn't yours? Nacho cheese! While cheese jokes may abound, nachos are no joke. You can't go wrong with bathing crispy tortilla chips in cheesy sauce and loading them up with toppings—nachos are a natural choice when snack time (or game day) rolls around. There are infinite tasty iterations; here are 15 nacho recipes to see you through the Super Bowl.
There are few foods as comforting as a juicy, tender meatball. There are also few dishes as diversely represented around the world, which is why we've spent the last week paying tribute to meatball styles, stories, and recipes. From soups and sandwiches to sauce-doused entrées, here's how to make some of our favorite meatballs at home.
If you're watching football, it's essential to have the perfect dip on hand. When tensions are running high, you need to be able to reach your chip into a delicious dip without peeling your eyes away from the screen.
Rye cocktails often pair the whiskey with another bottle as a helper: sweet vermouth in the Manhattan, a little pastis or absinthe in the Sazerac. But if you don't really want to add another type of booze to your liquor cabinet, you can still enjoy a rye drink at home. Here are nine recipes to get you started.
The New Year naturally ushers in new resolutions for a 'new you.' Out go the Christmas cookies and heavy holiday dinners, and in come fresh smoothies and hearty soups. Now we're by no means suggesting you eschew anything delicious, but for those of you looking for something just a bit lighter to start the year, we have a list of 12 tasty main dish salads to keep you satisfied in the coming months.
Creamy, gooey rich lasagnas. Hearty bowls of chili. Saucy enchiladas. Big, satisfying salads. Whether you're a committed vegetarian or just looking to cut back on your meat intake, we've got 31 delicious meat-free meals to highlight the best of winter's ingredients.
We adore a freshly squeezed glass of OJ—especially in winter, when citrus is at its peak—but sometimes you want something a little more unusual. Ever tried to juice a kumquat? Or a sweet potato? Curious about how to make good-tasting green juice? Here are 15 of our favorite recipes.
After the crown roast of pork, the Christmas goose, and the ham, after the plates upon plates of cookies and pies and cheesecakes, it can feel good to whip out the blender come January 1st, and make breakfast something bright, fresh, and light.
Any party drink can be festive, but there's something special about hoisting a little bubbly as New Year's Eve rolls around. And while we love drinking Champagne by the flute, these sparkling cocktails work well with more affordable Cava and Prosecco.
Christmas dinner is all about hearty, family-friendly fare. And nothing fits that bill better than dessert. From creamy and light pies to the fudgiest of cakes, we've got 28 pies and cakes to complete your holiday feast.
Making a great, crowd-pleasing salad shouldn't be hard. From a winter citrus salad with jewel-toned oranges and clementines to a medley of winter greens, we've got 27 salad recipes that'll keep you coming back for more. And more. And...yeah...some more.
I believe in soup. Especially for Christmas dinner, when a warm and refreshing bowl of soup primes the palate for a parade of sweet ham, rich stuffing, nutty Brussels sprouts, and delectable pie. Ready to slurp? These 21 soups are the perfect complement for your holiday meal.
Amidst the rich proteins and hearty sides, no holiday table would be complete without a homemade bread to soak up your gravies and sauces, slather with butter, and sandwich your leftovers. From flaky buttermilk biscuits to a rustic white loaf, we've got 10 perfect recipes to serve to your family this holiday season.
Whatever cocktail you drink will help warm you up from the inside, but this time of year, we like the speed the process with a festive mug of something hot and boozy. Here are our favorite recipes for hot toddies, spiked cider, and cocoa with all the trimmings.
Poultry is a true kitchen chameleon. Turkey and chicken soak up spices and seasonings, pair well with almost everything, and the meat can be prepared in any number of different ways. From sous-vide and deep-fried to grilled and classically roasted, we've collected 23 chicken and turkey recipes for your holiday table.