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The key to a successful tailgate is good food, drinks, company, and weather (plus your team winning never hurts either). To make this happen, it's clutch to prep a lot of the food ahead of time so that you leave the simple stuff for the tailgate and can just enjoy yourself.

While there are essential tools and equipment that make this even easier, there are also a lot of recipes and steps that you can take pre-tailgate to make this experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Yes, of course there are sausages and burgers, which are great if you have a grill. But to mix things up, try bringing a variety of condiments and buns so that everyone is satsified. Throwing some grilled vegetables on never hurts, especially if you have a vegetarian in the crowd.

Snacks are always a power move; they encourage socialization by having people walk around while sipping on this and munching on that. Since dips are the ultimate snack and are always a crowd-pleaser, try making queso, 7-Layer Dip, salsas, or this Capitol Crack Dip. If you're looking for something heartier, make a casserole, chili, or these porchetta sandwiches — which are a great way to use leftovers (and if you don't have a grill, these suffice as a replacement for burgers/hot dogs). Side dishes that lean on the healthier side like coleslaw, and the quinoa salad below, help balance out some of the heavier dishes so you don't feel too weighed down. Plus, they are less filling, so you'll have more room for those drinks that you also made ahead.

To end the meal, try making brownies, these simple pumpkin cake doughnuts, or cookies (whether you decide to decorate them with your team's colors is up to you).

When packing up a meal for a picnic, tailgate, or even a potluck at a friend's house, nothing beats hearty grain-based salads that can be made in advance...

— Allison Beck

I'm not a huge fan of dips. Except sour cream French onion dip. And chopped liver, I like that. And salsa. Hummus is pretty good too come to think of it...

— Arthur Bovino

This everything-but-the-kitchen-sink dip is a tailgate classic — easy to make, with a little taste of something to please everyone in the crowd...

— Maryse Chevriere

A fresh, slightly Asian-inspired twist on traditional mayo-filled coleslaw, this recipe provides just the right amount of crunch and flavor...

— Yasmin Fahr

Deviled eggs go great with sports. You can make them in advance, there's minimal fuss, and you can flavor them with whatever it is you like...

— Jordan Pervere

The reason this works as a great tailgating or casual party recipe is that you can do most of it ahead, and also because guests can help assemble their own and even customize...

— Valaer Murray


New Twists on Chicken Dinners

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Kelsey's Goat Cheese and Herb Stuffed Chicken Roulade

Kelsey's elegant roulade is stuffed with spinach, goat cheese and lots of fresh, flavorful herbs.

Spicy Garlic Sauteed Chicken Breasts

Slay that weeknight dinner with a spicy, garlicky chicken.

Cherry-Cola BBQ Chicken

Go beyond a basic grilled bird by adding a six-ingredient barbecue sauce that's both spicy and sweet.

Rachael's Roast Chicken Enchilada Suizas Stacked Casserole

Rachael's easy chicken enchiladas can be prepared ahead and then chilled or frozen until you're ready to cook them, a great weeknight dinner solution.

Chicken Piccata

Briney capers and fresh lemon juice give this classic Italian main a satisfying tang.

Pesto Chicken Penne

Freshly made pesto adds a bright punch of flavor to chicken penne.

Extra Virgin's Grilled Tuscan Chicken

Try Debi and Gabriele's Italian-style marinated and grilled chicken.

Rachael's Golden Lemon-Olive Chicken with Pine Nut Couscous

Rachael gives chicken a touch of the exotic, cooking it with sliced lemons and olives. Turmeric, cumin and cinnamon add flavorful spice while fresh herbs brighten it up.

Giada's Grilled Chicken with Spinach and Pine Nut Pesto

Put your grill pan to good use by making Giada's Italian-style grilled chicken topped with spinach pesto.

Bal's Chicken South Indian Style

The Spice Goddess loads this Indian dish up with flavorful spices like curry and turmeric.

Laura Calder's Butter Roasted Chicken with Roasted Vegetables

Basting this chicken with butter as it roasts creates a crispy brown skin.

Kelsey's Chicken Cacciatore

Try Kelsey's easy version of this Italian classic, an essential recipe you'll return to again and again.

Chicken Scallopine with Sage and Fontina Cheese

Giada's rolled chicken cutlets are stuffed with sage and fontina cheese, breaded and pan-fried, then cooked until tender in a tomato-white wine sauce.


Here you will find a collection of our favourite recipes all with a ‘healthy twist’ on traditional and new recipes. We like to keep things natural, simple and easy to make.

All our recipes are created with our busy family lives in mind and to benefit each of our health needs, whether that’s IBS, food intolerance, diabetes, migraines or hormones!


2. Moscato Aperol Spritz

The Aperol spritz is a combination of Prosecco and the bright orange bitter liqueur, Aperol. It is often used as an apéritif. A Moscato Aperol spritz is a tasty, slightly sweeter twist on the classic using Moscato d'Asti sparkling wine.

Ingredients

  • 1½ ounce Aperol
  • 2½ ounces Moscato d'Asti, chilled
  • 1½ ounces sparkling water, chilled
  • Ice

Instructions

  1. In a wine glass, combine the Aperol, Moscato d'Asti, and the sparkling water.
  2. Add the ice and stir to chill.

A new twist on black-eyed pea soup to ring in the New Year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s almost time for the New Year, and for some people that comes with some tried and true traditions.

If black-eyed peas are one of those traditions you never miss at the start of every year, the Culinary Center of Kansas City has a fresh take for you to try. FOX4’s Marcus Officer visits with Chef Jill to break down the recipe. Watch them whip it up in the video player above.

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons sea salt
  • 2 cups dried black-eyed peas
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 2 stalks celery, chopped
  • 3 large carrots, peeled and chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 3 poblano peppers, diced, about 1 1/2 cups (see Cook’s Note)
  • 8 cups basic chicken stock, homemade (recipe follows), divided
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 pound smoked pulled pork
  • 1 1/2 cups diced green chiles (505 fire-roasted chiles)

Spice mix ingredients

  • 2 teaspoons oregano
  • 2 teaspoons cumin
  • 2 teaspoons smoked paprika
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons granulated garlic
  • 1 teaspoon granulated onion
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
  • 1 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • Pinch cayenne or more to taste

Directions

Dissolve 2 tablespoons salt in 6 quarts of water in a large pot. Add beans and soak at room temperature for at least 8 hours. Drain and rinse well.

Heat oil in a large soup pot over medium heat and cook onion, celery, and carrots until they begin to brown and caramelize. Add the diced poblanos and garlic to the pot and cook until fragrant.

Add soaked and rinsed beans and bay leaf to the pot cover with 6 cups of chicken stock and 4 cups of water or enough to cover with 2-3 inches above ingredients to allow beans to absorb liquid.

Add more stock or water, if needed. Heat on high until boiling. Reduce heat to a strong simmer and cook 45 minutes.

In a small bowl, combine spice mix ingredients. Add all the spice mix, pulled pork, and diced green chiles to the pot. Add about 2 cups more chicken stock to thin or until desired consistency is reached.

Bring back to a simmer and cook another 10 to 15 minutes to meld flavors. Taste and season with salt or pepper as needed.

Serve with cornbread and honey-butter, if desired. Makes 12 servings.

Cook’s Notes

  • ALWAYS use gloves when handling peppers.
  • If you purchase ready-made smoked pulled pork make sure it does not have barbecue sauce on it as that will change the flavor.
  • A combination of fresh chiles and canned chiles creates added bulk and appealing texture to the soup.
  • Use any favorite chile you prefer for added heat — the poblano and hatch green chile combo in this black-eyed pea soup is medium-mild heat.
  • Homemade Stock makes all soups better — make it with chicken, turkey or beef stock.
  • Make-ahead and freeze for quick heat and eat weeknight meals.

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Make a Sweets Stadium Your Game-Day Party Centerpiece

It's not that we're ready to give up the chips, dip, pretzels, and pigs in blanket that normally fill a snack stadium: we love a savory spread. But we're guessing your party guests really enjoy dessert too — so why not make it your party's MVP? With just a few materials, you can easily build the stadium's structure and have plenty of time for the fun part: filling it with loads of your favorite sweets.

When choosing what's in your lineup, the sky is truly the limit. We've stuffed our stadium with a bunch of varied, tasty choices that will certainly offer guests the sugar rush they need to fuel them through the big game. Here's how we did it.

Build the Structure

To construct the stadium, start with ten open-top cardboard bins measuring 9 inches by 6 inches by 4 1/2 inches — the ones we used have a slanted opening that mimics the slope of an arena stand. A 12-by-16-inch baking pan will become the field, and paper basket liners (in a fun pattern like gingham or check) add extra festivity to the stadium.

Assemble the cardboard bins in an oval shape, and then line them with the patterned paper or 4-by-8-1/2-inch foil loaf pans, which are helpful for holding hot food.

Enclose the Stadium

Make the Field

Snack stadiums usually enlist guacamole as the bright green field, but we're stealing a trick from Easter for our sweets stadium — coconut "grass." Dissolve a drop or two of green food coloring into 1/2 cup of water. Stir the water into 2 cups of shredded, unsweetened coconut to dye it green. Then, spread the coconut onto a baking sheet to dry.

In the meantime, bake your favorite brownies (may we suggest one of these recipes?) in the 12-by-16-inch baking pan. Frost with chocolate ganache or icing, then sprinkle on the coconut. Pipe yard lines with a squeeze bottle of cookie icing, or use a decorating bag (or a snipped plastic bag) with whatever icing you like. Add rainbow licorice laces to make the yellow endzone lines, and finish with a milk chocolate football (found at most online candy stores).

Chocolate Pretzel Rods

Cinnamon Sugar Star Dippers

Dessert dips are indulgent and playful — perfect for a party. Food Network Kitchen's Seven-Layer Dessert Dip tastes just like an ice cream sundae, and pairs well with many dippers, including these sporty, crunchy tortilla stars.

Cut star shapes out of flour tortillas with a cookie-cutter, and arrange them on a cookie sheet lined with parchment or a nonstick baking mat. Brush both sides of the stars with melted butter, and then sprinkle with cinnamon and red sanding sugar. Bake at 350 degrees F for five minutes or until lightly browned.

Chocolate Crispy Footballs

Bready Bites

Treat dessert like appetizers and you can morph classic recipes into fun finger foods. Here we've made two options: angel food cake skewers and French toast bites.

The skewers are super easy: Just slice homemade or store-bought angel food cake into 2-inch pieces then alternate with strawberries. For the French toast bites, slice a baguette into 1” pieces. Dredge in French toast batter, then transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees F for 25 minutes, or until golden brown.

Apricot-and-Almond Chocolate Bark

White Chocolate and Peppermint Popcorn

Think Like a Kid

Pile the Sweets in the Stands

Filling the stands, your sweets turn into a bountiful party centerpiece. Let's take another look at the full spread, clockwise from 12:00:

French Toast Bites, served with syrup for dunking Peanut Butter Cookies Chocolate Apricot-Almond Bark store-bought tropical fruit salsa with baked blue corn chips sweet quesadillas candy bracelets and salt water taffy Cocoa Crispy Footballs White Chocolate and Peppermint Popcorn Seven-Layer Dessert Dip with Cinnamon Stars and Angel Food Cake Skewers. Place your field of brownies in the middle, stand your pretzel "light posts" in the corners, and you're ready for kick-off.


HOMEGATING RECIPES:

I’m always looking for ideas as I stroll through the gourmet aisles at HomeGoods. On this trip I picked up some cashews, spices, and olive oil. Yes, you can find all of these at HomeGoods. In fact, it’s my go-to source for these types of items.

After I picked up a few other ingredients at the grocery store, I was ready to whip up a batch of my Seasoned and Roasted Cashews.

Everyone seems to love these and they make the perfect complement to any entertaining spread. Let me walk you through the recipe.


Make This Gameday Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip Recipe

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Line 2 large baking trays with non-stick baking parchment. Unroll the pastry sheets with the wide end facing you. Sprinkle on the shredded cheddar. Arrange the bacon on top of the cheese, so it’s almost touching, but not overlapping. Slice the pastry into strips, in between each bacon strip.

Twist each of the pastry strips so you get an even twist.

Place the twists on the two baking trays (not too close, as they will expand in the oven). Brush any pastry you can see with the whisked egg and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

Place in the oven for 20-25 minutes, until the pastry is golden brown and the bacon is crisp.

While the pastry twists are cooking, make the dip. Place all of the ingredients, except the beer, parsley and chili flakes, into a saucepan. Heat on medium until melted and thickened. Add in the beer and stir again, then simmer gently for five minutes. Pour into a heat-proof serving dish, then place under the broiler until the top is slightly charred. Carefully remove from the grill and sprinkle with parsley and chili flakes.

Serve the bacon-pastry twists and beer-cheese dip together. Mmmmm, dippy cheesiness!


Sriracha Sausage Cheddar Balls | A Twist On The Game Day Classic Recipe

If you make one new recipe for this year&rsquos Big Game, make it these Sriracha Sausage Cheddar Balls! A from scratch kicked up take on the Southern classic sausage cheddar balls recipe that&rsquos totally kid approved.

Sausage

Okay, so I don&rsquot make the sausage from scratch&hellip I buy Johnsonville Ground Italian Sausage. It comes in both mild and hot varieties, and both would be equally delicious in this recipe. I picked up the mild ground sausage because it&rsquos all my store had in stock, but I would have absolutely gone for the hot variety if they&rsquod had it. It all depends on your tolerance for spicy foods.

Baking Mix From Scratch

For this recipe, there really is no significant time savings in using a store-bought baking mix versus just adding the individual ingredients. If you really want to, you can use 1 1/2 cups of your favorite baking mix in lieu of the flour, salt, baking powder, and butter, but I like having complete control over the ingredients I use. Either way, don&rsquot forget the pepper!

Shredded Cheese

I like a good sharp cheddar cheese in my sausage cheese balls, so I buy a block and grate it myself. One of these days I&rsquoll invest in a food processor (recommendations are welcome!), but for now I&rsquom fine with grating it by hand. I don&rsquot recommend using packaged shredded cheese for this recipe because the cellulose (what they coat the cheese with to keep it from sticking together) doesn&rsquot play nicely with the other ingredients and can cause an odd texture.


101 Crowd-Pleasing Super Bowl Snacks

Be the MVP of game-day eats with these party-perfect snacks. Whether you choose wings, dips, nachos or guac, these recipes are guaranteed to make this your best Super Bowl spread yet.

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Enchilada Crescent Ring

Forget the tortillas--this flaky, golden ring of crescent dough is packed with a cheesy chicken enchilada filling. Easily portable, this crowd-pleaser is perfect for parties.

Vegan Queso

Raw cashews are transformed into a creamy and flavorful dairy-free queso that'll cure all your cravings.

Jamaican Meat Pie Footballs

What better way to celebrate the big game than with a spicy meat-filled patty shaped like a football? Nothing is wasted here &mdash even the puff pastry scraps are used to make laces.

Spiced Mixed Cocktail Nuts with Pretzels

Toss mixed nuts and mini pretzels with a spice blend of paprika, dry mustard and cinnamon for the perfect snack.

Southwestern Egg Rolls

Egg rolls with a Southwest twist: Inspired by a favorite appetizer at Chili's &mdash these are crunchy and cheesy with a creamy avocado dipping sauce.

Hot Corn Dip

Whip up Ree's cheesy corn dip the day of the big game, or make it up to two days ahead and bake right before serving &mdash guests will devour it quickly either way. You simply can't go wrong with grilled corn, buttery vegetables and shredded cheese.

Alton's Homemade Soft Pretzels

Bread Ring Pizza Dip

Stuffed-crust pizza meets an easy and cheesy dip in this crowd-pleasing skillet celebration. Pizza dough is filled with pockets of gooey cheese and doubles as the dipper for meaty tomato sauce and cheese dip in the center.

Pastrami Football Finger Sandwiches

Pickle Wrap Dip

This easy dip with Midwestern roots is the perfect thing for last-minute company because it only has 4 ingredients &mdash most of which you likely already have in your refrigerator. Enjoy it slathered on a rich buttery cracker or some crisp fresh vegetables.

Smoked Gouda-Chorizo Jalapeno Poppers

Football Cheeseball with Herbed Crackers

Valerie&rsquos too-cute cheeseball will score major points with all your game day guests.

Cheeseburger-Stuffed Onion Rings

Doughnut + cheeseburger + onion ring. With special sauce for dipping. Make so many people happy with these puffy golden cheeseburger-surprise onion rings.

Giant Cheese-Stuffed Cracker

Forget the cheese plate: Cut this giant cheese-and-cracker sandwich into wedges for a crumbly, creamy and tangy appetizer that you can nibble on its own or use as a spread for fresh vegetables.

Coconut Shrimp

Large shrimp are coated in a light coconut breading and fried until golden. Then served with your choice of sweet chili or sweet and sour sauce.

Pigs in a Blanket with Spicy Hot Dip

Who doesn&rsquot love a pig in a blanket? Alex elevates the classic appetizer with a spicy honey mustard sauce for dipping.

Pizza Dip, 3 Ways

Take one classic dip and customize it with your favorite pizza toppings &mdash think pepperoni, artichokes, mushrooms, olives and ricotta. Warm mozzarella sticks make easy dippers.

Oven-Fried Onion Rings

Alton's Buffalo Wings

Layered Buffalo Chicken Dip

Triple Pork Sliders

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Spicy Cheddar Cheese Football

Giada's Pizza Pockets

Lightened-Up Slow-Cooker Chicken Buffalo Dip

Tortilla Chips

All you need to turn corn tortillas into crispy, irresistible chips is a little vegetable oil and salt.

Shrimp Spring Rolls

Breakfast Cinnamon Roll Pigs in Blankets

This sweet version of the classic savory appetizer is just as addicting as its cocktail-party cousin. Cinnamon roll dough wraps around breakfast sausage, and a drizzle of icing and maple syrup for dipping make the bundles ideal for a breakfast gathering.

Lasagna Cupcakes

Party Sausage Pizza Rolls

Soft Pretzels

Kids Can Make: Mac 'n' Cheese Bites

Spiced Pita Chips

Turn basic pitas into spiced-up chips you won't be able to stop eating. All you need is some za'atar, garlic and paprika to bring a little Middle Eastern flair to your chips-and-dips spread.

Giant Pig-in-a-Blanket

This slice-and-serve pig-in-a-blanket is gigantic indeed. Stuffed with breakfast sausage and ham and rolled in crescent dough, it's great for game day or even breakfast.

Big Game Pizza Ball

Rachael's Chorizo and Shrimp Quesadillas with Smoky Guacamole

Rachael's Lucky 7 Layer Dip

Six Layers and a Chip Dip

Guacamole with Cumin-Dusted Tortilla Chips

Maple Bacon Dip

The Pioneer Woman mixes chopped bacon into her creamy, maple-flavored dip and sprinkles more on top. It's the perfect sweet-yet-savory pairing for tart Granny Smith apples.

Cheesesteak Empanadas

These flaky empanadas are filled with all the fixins of Philly's famous cheesesteaks. A spicy cheese sauce for dipping on the side is the winning touch.

Cheeseburger Dip

Eddie Jackson's hearty dip is such a perfect cheesy, meaty app &mdash your friends will fight for the seat next to it.

French Onion Dip

Alton Brown's Buffalo Wings

Homemade Barbecue Potato Chips

Hit up your spice cabinet to easily make your own homemade BBQ seasoning. Once you get the hang of frying, you'll have irresistible chips and no need to buy them again.

Almost-Famous Green Bean Fries

Easy Pizza Dough Pretzel Bites

These pretzel bites come together quickly, thanks to store-bought pizza dough, and the three-ingredient dipping sauce couldn't be easier: Simply stir and serve!

Taco Salad Bites

Take everything you love about your favorite taco salad &mdash zesty ground beef, smooth sour cream and, of course, a crunchy tortilla shell &mdash and make these irresistible bite-size apps.

Guy's Tequila-Lime Wings

Bobby Flay's Hot Wings With Blue Cheese-Yogurt Sauce

Poblano Stuffed With Chorizo, Shrimp and Rice

Tyler's Teriyaki Chicken Wings

Smoky Garlic Hummus Dip

Dressing up your typical store-bought hummus is easier than you think. If you can't find sweet piquillo peppers, a jar of any roasted red pepper will do.

Tyler's Guacamole

Fried Buffalo Wings With Blue Cheese Dip

Baked Buffalo Wings With Blue Cheese-Yogurt Dip

Hot Artichoke-Spinach Dip

Antipasto Platter

Chile-Lime Party Mix

Spice things up with your next batch of party mix. Lime zest and Mexican seasoning add fun flavor, while flaked coconut, corn nuts and crushed lime tortilla chips bring an extra level of texture to every handful.

Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Spicy Mayo

Spicy Guacamole with Mango

Fauxritos

Potato Pinchos

Stuffed Mushrooms with Sausage

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Jalapeno Hushpuppies

Bacon BBQ Nachos

When you pile tortilla chips with baked beans, barbecue seasoning, bacon, cheese sauce, barbecue crema and more, everyone at the party wins.

Grilled Shrimp with Orange-Habanero Mojo

Cheeseburger Nachos

If you can't decide between serving nachos or cheeseburgers at your next party, then don't! Top homemade chips with all the bacony, cheesy and meaty flavors of a great burger.

Buffalo Chicken Subs

Nut-Free Ranch-Flavored Crispy Cereal Snack Mix

Roasted green peas make a crunchy and colorful swap-out for nuts in our snack mix, which we change up with a homemade ranch-flavored spice blend.

Blue Cheese and Bacon Truffles

7-Layer Deviled Egg Dip

Reuben Pigs in Blankets

Queso Dip

Make-Ahead Sandwich Rolls

Nachos

Sweet-and-Sour Pork Sliders

Roasted Eggplant Spread

Beer-Battered Cremini Mushrooms

Sweet Potato Strings with Beet Ketchup

French Toast Pigs in a Blanket

Six-Foot Nachos

Taco Dip

Pizza Pigs in a Blanket

Caramelized Onion Dip

7-Layer Italian Hero Dip

Jalapeno-Stuffed Curly Dogs

Kim's Black-Eyed Pea Dip

Pistachio Cheese Dip

Hot Corn Chile Dip

Loaded Pizza Dip

This loaded dip features everything you love about pizza &mdash and more. We're talking four kinds of cheese, plus a loaf of crusty bread for dipping.

Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts

Chili Cheese Dip

Tyler's Grilled Beef Satay

Spicy Papaya Guacamole

Biscuit-Wrapped Fried Chicken

Lettuce Wraps

Mini Chorizo Corn Dogs

Crispy Potato Skin Scoops

We took baby Yukon gold potatoes, scooped out the inside and deep-fried them to crispy, golden perfection. Then we took it one step further by stuffing each shell with a cheesy potato filling. The result is a bite-size appetizer that's idyllic for any party throughout the year.

Everything Bagel Veggie Chips

You'll never guess these tasty, crispy, colorful, veggie chips are made from only 3 ingredients! A spritz of cooking spray and a sprinkle of savory everything seasoning are all it takes to make potatoes into a quick easy snack. We threw in a creamy horseradish sauce, too, just because it goes so well.


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  1. Dait

    I can not decide.

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    Remarkable phrase

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    your opinion, this your opinion



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