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Inspired by the I Love Bacon food truck, this special cheese dog has a burst of bacon flavor.
Bacon is transformed into a heavenly jam in this recipe with the help of sweet, tangy ingredients. Guests will go nuts for this at your next gathering
These elegant appetizers taste complicated and complex, but are embarrassingly easy to make. Shh…don’t tell your guests!
This elegant, easy-to-make appetizer will make you famous at any party or gathering. You don’t need to walk the red carpet to dine like a star!
Now you can make one of your favorite Chinese foods at home. You'll love how the shell crisps up after baking.
In honor of the Chinese New Year, I’m making BBQ Pulled Pork Egg Rolls! Though not a traditional filling, that’s the beauty of ‘Stuff-It’ month—you can play around with fun flavor combinations!
This classic soup is a quick and delicious way to enjoy a homemade supper on a busy weeknight.
It's official. Onion rings are now even yummier. You'll love the crunch of the beer batter in this recipe and the zing of the garlic, oregano, cayenne, and black pepper.
A layered dip means one thing: game time. Our smart ingredient swaps, like homemade hummus, Greek yogurt & veggies, will make this a fan favorite for plenty of reasons.
Hearty soup hits the spot! That's why I love the layers of flavor in this filling dish.
Same great taste, no mess! This crowd-pleasing recipe is sure to be a hit at that game-day party. Plus, you can make it the night before and bake it before your guests arrive.
Go for the Gorgonzola! This dipping sauce takes buffalo wings up a notch.
Noodles, veggies & homemade spice…now that's everything nice! Divide this soup into containers for an on-the-go lunch or dinner.
This three-step recipe (roast, blend, simmer) is virtually foolproof. And, the soup's so good, it just might become your new favorite fall recipe.
David’s Note: Warm up while getting your greens! This comforting & flavorful soup will fend off the chill in no time.
The sweetness of caramelized garlic & onions is infused into every spoonful of this smooth soup.
This soup is almost Thai-like with its coconut-milk base, ginger, and chili notes. We made it even smoother by adding tart apple and warm curry.
Inspired by the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California, my garlic-infused bread is a cut above the rest!
Inspired by 5-8 Tavern & Grill in Minneapolis, MN, this recipe takes a classic meatloaf to a whole new level of flavor!
Pepperoni dip is a popular appetizer that provides the taste of pepperoni pizza in an easy-to-make dip.
Tarte Flambé is essentially a fancy name for a pizza. And this "pizza" is to die for with the salty cheeses, rich bacon, and sweet, caramelized onion.
Chicken and Dumplings is a popular comfort food dish commonly found in the South; this recipe converts that dish into a hearty soup perfect for cold, winter days.
Take your taste buds on an adventure to New Orleans with this hearty classic recipe.
We used a Vitamix—with a 64-oz blender—to create this recipe, because it can actually cook as it blends. You’ll save so much time making soup this way and you’ll dirty exactly one dish: the blender.
The chicken cheesesteak just got crispier, crunchier, and even better. Guests will go nuts over these starters. And I bet they'll be your dinner…often.
I like toppings on my nachos! Pile them on, foodies. You'll love this recipe...especially the smoky flavor of the roasted poblano peppers.
Quinoa (keen-wah) looks and tastes like a grain, but it's really a nutrient-rich seed. If you're new to this "supergrain," this recipe is a delicious way to get introduced.
Have you ever wondered what spices and ingredients you need to make a really authentic Mexican soup? Here you are. De nada!
Inspired by the National Asparagus Festival in Oceana County, Michigan, my cool soup captures the essence of this green veggie.
Hot crab dips don't stay yummy for long. This chilled dip tastes better longer. Put it over ice and it'll stay cold for hours.
No other fruit says summer quite like watermelon. Instead of serving it for dessert, however, why not puree it into a refreshing soup. It'll make for a delicious appetizer.
Chips and salsa get turned into an entire meal with this crowd-pleasing recipe.
Exchange that traditional fruit dip for this chocolate version. You'll love the subtle flavors of orange and cinnamon.
Inspired by my June broadcast from San Francisco, this sourdough specialty will take your taste buds on a journey.
Now you don't need to go to your favorite Thai restaurant to enjoy this sweet, savory stew. You can make it at home in just 20 minutes!
Sweet and savory flavors combine beautifully in this soup, making it a go-to option for a group of eaters with varied tastes.
Especially great for St. Patty's Day, this recipe takes the foundation of a classic sandwich & reimagines it as a melt-in-your-mouth stew.
Who doesn’t love a great slider? For your next party or get-together--and it doesn’t have to be St. Patrick’s Day--treat your guests to these tasty bites.
Now you don't have to go to your favorite Chinese restaurant for these yummy appetizers. Your friends might put YOU on speed dial, however...
These cheese- and meat-filled bites are sure to be a fall favorite!
Mini-meatballs are a fun delicious appetizer. This recipe also includes a delicious sauce you can use to garnish turkey or chicken.
There's nothing like homemade soup, and my Cream of Asparagus Soup is as farm-fresh as it gets with bright spring asparagus.
This isn't your average canned variety. This classic soup is flavorful and complex, with a blend of mushrooms, shallots, and fresh thyme.
This rich and velvety soup gets a spicy bite from cayenne pepper and a nice acidic pop from the pimentos.
Can't...stop...eating... Consider this your warning. These fries are addictive!
Turning an entrée like fish tacos into bite-size appetizers makes them easier to prepare and serve…not to mention fun to eat!
While shooter-size portions are appetizer-perfect, you may want to use cocktail glasses with this recipe…your guests will want all they can get!
This is a great dip to make ahead of time for your party or event. Just refrigerate until your guests arrive and then pop in the microwave before serving.
These are ADORABLE! And, they’re a great way to use up all those leftover eggs after the big hunt. Make them the centerpiece on your table!
It's always good to have some classic—and easy—appetizers in your repertoire! This one fits the bill, with bacon, shallots and white wine bringing rich flavor to canned baby clams.
This elegant and decadent bisque is easy to make. Yet, it will impress your guests and leave them feeling pampered.
The best game-day dishes are easy to prepare…like this savory Fajita Dip. Make it before your guests arrive and use the Ninja or a slow cooker to keep it warm.
They're all wrapped up! Take a bite out of a yummy meal that can be enjoyed just about anywhere.
I’m not sure which part of French Onion Soup I like best…the onions, the broth, the cheese, or the bread. I just know I absolutely love this soup…and you will too!
Everyone loves French onion soup, so here's a delicious bite-sized twist on an old favorite.
With all the fun your family or guests are sure to have with this tasty dish, perhaps I should have called it “Fundue!”
This appetizer is easy to prepare and SO yummy. It was a favorite of mine growing up, and still is today. Get frying foodies!
Love veggie dip, but tired of buying the preservative-filled premade kind? Try my Garden Veggie Dip in a Bread Bowl! It's filled with fresh-chopped vegetables, and scooped into a hearty pumpernickel bowl.
Store-bought hummus is good; this homemade recipe is exceptional. The sweet potato chips make it even tastier…sweet, salty, crunchy, and healthy!
A marinade that includes garlic, lime zest, cayenne and maple syrup puts a flavorful twist on a fan-favorite finger food.
ITKWD Senior Copywriter, Amy Lucas, ate this soup regularly as a child. Grammie's Noodle Soup is a classic Pennsylvania Dutch recipe, and every bite is like a big hug!
Your guests may have trouble pronouncing “Tzatziki” (tat-zeek-ee), but they’ll have no trouble eating these tasty appetizers right up.
Potatoes aren't the only thing worth frying. Fried green beans taste crunchy and fresh. Plus, you'll slip your family a few extra vitamins.
Impress your guests at summertime gatherings with this flavorful version of a perennial fave.