Super Bowl 50 pits a Southeastern barbecue powerhouse against a Colorado city known for stellar Mexican food and microbrews, promising a fierce battle on the food front.
No matter whether your game-day crowd is more focused on the football, the commercials or the food, this eye-popping spread of rainbow-hued nachos will steal the show.
Avoid crowds and mediocre bar food — make delicious game-day bites at home.
Hear from the co-hosts of The Kitchen to learn their top tips for what not to do the next time you entertain.
Celebrate the big game with a party centered around your coffee table.
Get five awesome game-day snack ideas from Food Network Magazine.
Cheer for your favorite football team with these cupcake frosting color combos.
This party concept simplifies the process by limiting all decor to projects that can be made using inexpensive materials, and by basing the party around a cookie-decorating activity, so kids will be well-fed and entertained throughout.
Check out Food Network's Grilling Central to find entertaining tips and party-ready recipes to help you pull off enjoyable parties all summer long.
Setting up a lemonade stand is a creative way to keep little ones entertained during the dog days of summer, and provides a perfect way to educate them on the basics of cooking, team work, and handling money.
Find simple ways to transform kitchen standbys into beyond-the-basics appetizers.
If you're serving beer on game day but are still craving your favorite cocktail, look no further than these adults-only salsas.
Whether you're hosting a rowdy football-watching crowd or headed to a game day party, a snack mix is a great make-ahead option for guests.
Trisha Yearwood’s Brownie Batter Cookies are dense, rich and a chocolaty bite of cookie pleasure. Get the recipe.
Whether it's for a bridal shower or a wedding, the perfect gift is as fulfilling for the bride as it can be for you.
Learn how to serve condiments in mini paint pails, with pastry brushes for spreading.
Have some fun at your next dinner party and serve a cheese course with toast shaped like goats, cows and sheep to match each cheese.
Check out our French Napkin photo gallery to find out how to finish off this traditional fold.