Sure, you’ll have some guacamole and some chips and some chicken wings. And a plate of nachos isn’t a bad idea, either. But how about something to set your Super Bowl spread apart?
For me, it’s just not a party without deviled eggs. Doesn’t matter if it’s a summer barbecue or a winter Super Bowl shindig. I need deviled eggs. And I know I am not alone!
1 8-ounce container of plain yogurt
Make pizza from scratch for a Super Bowl party? Come on! Why bother when you can snap your fingers and have it delivered to your door?
There is something magical about a burrito, that combination of crispy tortilla edges that turn doughy soft at the center, all concealing a delicious blend of beans and meat and melted cheese. Splash that sucker with some salsa, sour cream, perhaps a spoonful of guacamole, and that’s a pillow of perfection on your plate.
We don’t often think of braising as a weeknight-friendly approach to dinner. After all, anything that cooks low and slow would seem to be no go for a workday.
It was a strange confession to make, but I felt I had to fess up. A friend who once ran a large recipe-based website recently was explaining to me that slow cooker recipes are wildly more popular online than conventional recipes. This shocked me. And I had to be honest with her. Not only did I never use a slow cooker, I didn’t even own one.
Think of a roulade as a big edible cigar-shaped container for just about any filling of your choice.
My mom started traveling abroad when I was in high school. And after each of her trips, we cooked a meal from the country she’d just visited.
Conventional wisdom always has been that rather than deprive yourself of snacks, you should make healthier choices about them. Not a horrible idea. And you often hear the suggestion to keep a bowl of cut and ready-to-eat vegetables – such as carrot sticks and celery – in the refrigerator to satisfy those urges.