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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
No football party would be complete without a big bowl of salsa for dipping chips and crudites.
The best game-day beers are the ones you want to drink while watching the game. If you're going to spend it drinking midnight-black stout, fine. Super-hoppy IPA? No problem. But if you're hosting, think about stocking up on a wide variety.
See videos and schedules for your favorite Food Network shows, including Ace of Cakes, Good Eats, 30 Minute Meals and Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.
Get ready for the big game with Guy Fieri's favorite tailgating recipes.
We asked chefs across the country for their favorite game-day recipes.
Entertain guests of all ages at your next summer party by setting up your own obstacle course right in your back yard!
Never underestimate the importance of ice at your party! We've got some easy ways for you to up your ice game at your next get-together.
Serve crowd-pleasing starters like 7-layer dip, French onion dip, hummus and more at your weekend tailgate or big-game bash.
If you're serving beer on game day but are still craving your favorite cocktail, look no further than these adults-only salsas.
Super Bowl Sunday ranks second--behind only Thanksgiving--for food eaten in a single day. All those wings, pizza, creamy dips and beverages can rack up calories and fat pretty quickly--hours of sitting and watching the game doesn't help, either. Check out this week's list of reader comments for ways to avoid excessive celebration penalties during the big game. And because Super Bowl snacks can turn into quite a spread, read up on strategies for staying healthy when hitting a buffet.