Red wine and white anchovy fillets make for a punchy vegetable dip.
Whip up the Italian dish.
The sweet-savory potato pancake we all love has just returned from a long vacation in India. Spice up your holiday table with a fresh take on the old favorite.
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Whoever said good things come in threes was right. Lay out this trio (crab, black bean, and pimento cheese) at your next party.
Dip right in.
Cheese sticks aren’t just for grade school lunches. Add prosciutto so adults want to chow down, too.
Follow our recipe and do the twist.
A dose of Louisiana hot sauce meets ketchup and a pile of wings. Happy holidays from the South.
They’re finger-lickin’ good.
Sage, dried cranberries, and a pinch of cinnamon make these meatballs better than the main dish.
Every Thanksgiving needs bird balls.
Impress a discerning crowd with homemade pretzels that beg to be dunked in a kicked-up dip.
Dip into a cheese dish.
The Reuben sandwich becomes a meatball and it tastes even better.
You won’t ask for dressing on the side.
Head south of the border by way of the Far East with salsa a la tuna tartare, complete with fried wonton chips for dipping.
Follow this guide for a party-ready recipe.
We won’t lie: Artichokes are intimidating. Forget about how to cook them — how do you even eat them? Try this down-home Italian recipe and we predict you’ll be serving them at your next party.
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Spicy chorizo and goat’s milk cheddar set this white bean dip apart from all others.
Create this crowd-pleaser today.
’Twas the day after Thanksgiving and all through the abode, family members were sluggish, lazy, and slowed. But when Italian ham met turkey, they all had a ball.
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Thanksgiving leftovers? Put them to work as an appetizer for day-after celebrations.
Waste not, want not.
You’ve never had a meatball like this. The secret: Smucker’s grape jelly and jarred chili sauce.
Follow the recipe and serve.
Kebabs and corn dogs, step aside — skewered panzanella with sherry vinaigrette has arrived. And it’s the hit of the party.
Stick it to them with this recipe.
Pillows of puff pastry with caramelized toppings elevate your chef-de-finger food status.
Build your canapes.
With a whiskey and bacon glaze, popcorn’s never had it this good.
Follow the recipe to get popping.
Munch on the sort of odorous (albeit scrumptious) dish you can eat only in front of family.
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Italy’s version of fondue has made a true convert of us. Mix the simple base with a bit of brandy and eat it with pickled veggies and crusty bread.
Break out the melting pot.
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