Some good news for indecisive Doritos lovers out there: A new Doritos variety packs four different Doritos snacks of varying shapes and flavors into one bag.
It’s not easy being cheesy. So Cheetos is giving a go at adding another flavor profile to their snack lineup: Sweetos.
If you’ve made chili and queso dip for your Super Bowl party and have both left over, use both to build the ultimate plate of nachos during the game.
Actress and Cooking Channel star Tiffani Thiessen will not be hosting a Super Bowl party this year, but she will be throwing passes of her own. “We used to have Super Bowl parties, but I have a new baby and it’s about sleep right now,” says the mother of 7-month-old son Holt and 5-year-old daughter Harper.
Every week, Yahoo Food spotlights a cookbook that stands out from all the rest. The week’s cookbook is Beer Bites: Tasty Recipes and Perfect Pairings for Brew Lovers by Christian DeBenedetti and Andrea Slonecker (Chronicle Books). DeBenedetti wrote The Great American Ale Trail, and is the founder of Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery. Slonecker is a food stylist and recipe editor, as well the author of Pretzel Making at Home and Eggs on Top. Read more about Yahoo Food’s Cookbook of the Week here.
Serve these Smoked Potatoes with the sauce of your choice. At Maple Block Meat Co, we serve them with whipped crème fraiche, espelette pepper powder, and shaved chives. They are just as delicious dipped in ketchup, queso, or Alabama white.
The week’s cookbook is Beer Bites: Tasty Recipes and Perfect Pairings for Brew Lovers by Christian DeBenedetti and Andrea Slonecker (Chronicle Books). DeBenedetti wrote The Great American Ale Trail, and is the founder of Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery.
Forget sex — it’s adorable dogs who sell, according to this year’s batch of Super Bowl ads. Doritos’ commercial, set to air during Super Bowl 50 this Sunday as the Carolina Panthers face the Denver Broncos, features three wily canines pining for bags of Doritos.
Snacking doesn’t typically count as an actual meal, but if it did, it would be our favorite meal of the day. We love munching between breakfast, lunch, and dinner — and let’s not forget between dinner and breakfast. But, it can be tough to find good snacks that are healthy. Ahead, find easy recipes from around the web that will keep you satisfied without reaching for the chips and candy.
In the last few years, food stadiums have become must-haves at any self-respecting Super Bowl parties. For those not familiar, a food stadium is exactly what it sounds like — a structure resembling a sports stadium, but rather than fans, players, and refs, there are dips, chicken wings, and more of your favorite game-day foods.
Yahoo Food’s Cookbook of the Week is Beer Bites: Tasty Recipes and Perfect Pairings for Brew Lovers by Christian DeBenedetti and Andrea Slonecker (Chronicle Books). The two team up to explore the many classic and creative possibilities for pairing pints and plates.
Like a wink and a smile, bars and peanuts just go together. Some bars serve them in their shells, encouraging you to litter the floor beneath your stool, while others serve basic bowls of dry-roasted. At Seattle’s Damn the Weather, the peanuts are fried until they brown and blister, then tossed while still warm in an equal parts mixture of salt and sugar, which sticks to the nuts like a dusting of snow.SWEET-AND-SALTY PEANUTS
Between those spicy chicken wings and guacamole, you need to make room on your Super Bowl snack table for some spicy queso dip. What better time is there to indulge in this creamy, cheesy appetizer than between downs of the biggest football game of the year?
Guacamole is one of the most popular side dishes served at Super Bowl viewing parties: An estimated 53 million pounds of the creamy dip are consumed each year during the big game. That’s a whole lot of avocados!
Homemade potato chips are sort of high maintenance. They just take a while. That said. they are still easy to make — you simply have to be willing to stand in front of a hot pot of oil for a long while, tossing and turning and draining and seasoning. It is 100 percent completely worth it, though! Say it with me: Worth it.
On the heels of its successful “Do Us a Flavor” contest, Lay’s is once again asking fans to weigh in on its flavor roster. Here’s how it works: Beginning Feb. 8 and through March 21, potato chip aficionados can vote for their favorite flavor in four “swap” categories — heat, cheese, barbecue, and spice — which each features a classic flavor and a brand new one.
If you’re like me, then come Sunday you’re probably more excited about the food than the game — and my favorite football-inspired snack has got to be buffalo chicken wings.
These quick-pickled carrot sticks are a cinch to put together and are ready to enjoy in just 3 hours. In a few simple steps, an everyday kitchen staple is transformed into a crowd-pleasing, aromatic pickle—a perfect introduction to pickling for anyone new to the craft.
Lay’s “Do Us a Flavor” contest is back with a new twist. The popular potato chip contest, which started in 2012 and welcomed people to submit new flavor ideas for the chance of winning a $1 million grand prize, has a new lineup of flavors — and we got an exclusive sneak taste.
If you’re one of the millions of movie buffs that will tune into the 73rd annual Golden Globes on Sunday, you’re going to need some snacks to get you through the more than three-hour awards show, hosted by wise-cracking comic Ricky Gervais.
Though 2016 brings promise of hot new trendy foods such as seaweed and ube, kale is still found in many a refrigerator crisper. The leafy green is as much a go-to staple of a good-for-you diet as an apple a day. But if you’re already fatigued of kale salads, there’s a livelier way to serve up your greens: kale chips.
Every killer New Year’s Eve party needs three things — a good crowd, ever-flowing booze, and good eats. From classics like pigs in a blanket and deviled eggs to more fabulous treats like prosciutto cheese straws and salmon tostadas, we’ve got the best appetizers to bid a proper farewell to 2015. Pick one or several of these recipes to wash down with your glass of champagne.
Forget about watching the ball drop — millions will watch the ball being thrown this New Year’s Eve as the college national semifinals will be played in the Cotton and Orange Bowl games. These recipe ideas should keep you plenty full — but still a little festive — as you watch Michigan State take on Alabama in the Cotton Bowl and Oklahoma play Clemson in the Orange Bowl.
With 2016 on the horizon, it’s time to pop Champagne, invite friends over, and bust out some finger food and collective midnight snacks for New Year’s Eve. Lucky for you, everything pairs with Champagne, so grab a glass and a plate of salty or sweet food before those pesky resolutions set in.