Who's Ready for Football?
By: Cooking Channel
Try an all-new bacon, peanut and caramel corn recipe from Zac Young for national popcorn day.
Pair great Super Bowl food with wine, not beer.
Whether you’re hosting or attending a Super Bowl party this Sunday, it’s important to choose the dishes and beverages you serve with intention. Regardless of how invested you are in the game, the execution of super snacking is a team effort, and everyone’s got to do their part. Here are some power play recipes that are simply unbeatable.
Kelsey Nixon has five great tips for a Super Bowl potluck or any potluck.
On Sunday while your team is facing off in New Orleans (or perhaps waiting it out to try again next year), skip a pitcher of beer in favor of these classier cocktails.
Football season means one thing to me: pork butt, aka Boston butt, aka pork shoulder, cooked and served in every way, shape and form.
This pie recipe from Cooking Channel replicates the salty, sweet, delicious Take 5 candy bar combo of pretzels, peanuts, peanut butter, caramel, and chocolate.