Loaded with meat or cheese or straight up colorful veggies, these multi-layered dips are the perfect appetizers to serve at your Super Bowl party. Get dipping!
Soy sauce brings more than a salty flavor to a dish, it packs rich, umami notes that can’t be beat. Check out these four flavorful Super Bowl foods made even better thanks to soy sauce.
Guacamole. It’s great for game day dip, but it can be used for so much more than that. Check out these delicious dips, wraps and apps to make with guacamole.
The sauce that coats these crispy wings is a lovely combination of maple syrup, whiskey, vinegar, gochujang, and brown sugar. Sweet, spicy and interesting.
This Texas Style Beef Chili is warming and complex in flavor with a good kick…
For us, the Super Bowl is actually all about food. Rather than filling up on beer and only beer, we’ve mapped out favorite game-day bites, simple to time-consuming, that are perfect with Cavit wines.
Sometimes less is more.
This Stout Beer Chili is rich and hearty, with a touch of sweetness. With stout…
A dim sum favorite. Simple to make and better for you when baked to golden brown perfection. They’re crispy and shrimpy – just the way they should be!
Hard to resist Roasted Cauliflower and White Bean Hummus makes the perfect midday snack.
All you need is this bowl of Cauliflower, Quinoa and Spinach Soup and you have super food in a bowl.
A bold sweet and savory appetizer, roasted grape crostini with a balsamic reduction and creamy ricotta is a wonderful winter bite.
It is time to map out the game plan. We’re here to help you chow down until the final touch down.
Football season is in full swing. Ditch the store-bought chips and salsa, and opt for these dishes instead—they’re a guaranteed win.
Sweet and salty Snickers caramel corn has everything that is in the candy bar chocolate, caramel, and peanuts, but in one delicious snack.
A poppable snack with a whimsical appearance, but with ingredients and flavors that hold a bold trump card.
No matter which team you root for, satisfy all your Superbowl Sunday guests with this roundup of Seattle and New England specialties.
Make-ahead chicken-cherry kebobs for at least 24 hours and it’s ready for half-time.
Chili blanca is a hearty, spicy, and satisfying stew that is a given in houses on game days.
Celebrity chef and football fan Cat Cora puts a Mediterranean twist on the standard “sports fare” nacho.
Check out these ideas for a smooth Super Bowl party that can be prepared or ordered ahead, so you can spend Sunday watching the game.
Add a little stickiness to your next party with these delicious sticky garlic chicken wings.
Wilson Mak with a decadent condiment that takes a hamburger to a whole new dimension.
Honey and molasses provide sweetness and chilies bring the heat in these addictive chicken wings while a unique cooking method keeps them healthier than frying.
The creamy texture and nutty, semi-sweet flavors of the natural peanut butter combined with the spicy, tangy and slightly acidic hot sauce is nothing short of perfection.
These wings are marinated in pickle brine for a unique flavor profile, and two levels of hot sauce let you pick your heat intensity.
These alternatives to traditional burgers are full of seasonal flavors like dried thyme and grilled apples.
No Labor Day barbecue would be complete without a great, classic burger.
A mix of parsley, cilantro, red pepper flakes, garlic and a healthy dose of olive oil makes these wings crisp on the outside and tender on the inside.
These are juicy, smoky, salty, spicy… Everything a great barbeque burger should be.
Get ready to cook up a Super Bowl win this Sunday with this roundup of our favorite Super Bowl recipes.
If you are more interested in the food than the football, this recipe is definitely for you.
Dress up your pot of chili and pan of cornbread by transforming the duo into a savory cobbler.