Here are a few ideas and recipes from our Stir It Up! index to make your game day party go just the way you want it to.
A healthy appetizer for your Super Bowl party.
A healthier alternative to every little kid's favorite food and a delicious appetizer.
A sweet, savory, spicy, and surprisingly delicious appetizer.
These tender little golden bites make a nice change from standard appetizers.
These crisp, lively fresh dill pickles get their flavor from dill, garlic, jalapeño peppers, coriander, and mustard and fennel seeds. And they’re ready to eat in 24 hours.
Korean hot pepper paste, rice vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic and ginger make oven roasted Korean Style Chicken Wings a flavorful appetizer, main course, or snack.
Pork sliders are quick to make and can be served as an appetizer or in pairs to make up a meal.
Juicy portobello (or portabella) mushrooms are a delicious alternative to veggie burgers.
Use wonton wrappers to wrap the filling and you'll have hot dumplings on the table in 30 minutes.
In Port-au-Prince the streets bustle with sights, sounds, and the smells of cooking street food.
You don't need a microwave to make tasty popcorn.
Make sure your Super Bowl recipes include the crowd-pleasing spinach dip.
Must-have Super Bowl recipes include tortilla chips and guacamole. Here is a lighter version of a favorite dish and no one will know the difference.
A dip with the taste of Buffalo wings without the bones and mess.