With football season comes cool autumn breezes, packed stadiums, and a great excuse to entertain family and friends with these
delicious dishes. Give ribs, glazed pecans, pesto dip with chips, and tea a try.
The crowd at your party may not agree on which team should win, but there's no doubt they'll all be fans of the spread you
point them toward at halftime. The eats for the big event will score high with the gang without sending the cook into overtime.
With a little planning, all your energy can go to the game. That's something to cheer about.
Make your home football headquarters. Treat guests to three new appetizers to perk up the usual spread of chips and dips.
You can assemble the Louisiana Poppers and Bacon-Wrapped Almond-Stuffed Apricots up to a day ahead; then bake when ready to
serve. The party will be a big win, no matter the final score.
Whether lounging in your armchair, crowded on the couch, or perched on the edge of your seat, these tasty recipes are sure
to make the call. Serve muffulettas, potato salad, and cookies as you huddle with spirited friends around the TV. Hope your
Inviting your friends over to watch the big game doesn't mean you have to stuff them with chips and beer. This mix-and-match
menu tackles the call of high-fat snacks with a delicious eat-as-you-watch meal. Best of all, there are no time-outs for kitchen
duty. You don't have to miss a minute of the game because the whole spread can be completed before kick-off. That's sure to
score a touchdown.