A chili that you can dress up or down, whether you need something really impressive for game day or relatively inexpensive for Tuesday night dinner.
There’s never been a better Super Bowl duo than chips and dip. Find out just how they came to be paired up and discover a seven-minute homemade chip wonder.
These crackers are filled with all kinds of cheesy goodness, dry mustard, and a hint of cayenne pepper for heat. Can you say addiction?
These warm-from-the-oven cashews are bathed in buttery rosemary, cayenne, and brown sugar goodness. An ideal pre-dinner nosh.
This Southwest chile cheese fondue is brimming with chile ingredients, cheese, and spices. This is a fondue with brio. Dip chorizo for a flavor blast.
These sweet and spicy nuts are addictive, so serve with care. The sweet comes from sugar, the spicy is the result of red pepper flakes. Use any kind of nut.
Dense and savory, this bread recipe is shot through with cheddar cheese and plenty of green chiles for a Mexican-inspired loaf. Great for sandwiches.
We’re bewitched, thanks to this aged dough–yes, aged dough–that indulges us in an adult cookie with notes of rich butterscotch and bitter dark chocolate. All you need is patience. And this recipe.
Unlike humdrum store-bought chips, these have some semblance of sophistication, not to mention healthfulness. And yes, it’s still hard to stop at just one.
Yup. Just what every home cook desperately desires. Yet another inspired use for turkey leftovers. You’re welcome.
These chocolate cakes get their kick from chipotle peppers and are served with either a cinnamon custard or a tomatillo sauce.
Villas’ pecan pie is unlike most others as it’s not as sweet as most. But it does have the requisite fresh pecans, mellow rich filling, and tender flaky crust.
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