This hot Cheesy Sausage Dip is made with just 5 ingredients. Appetizers don’t get much easier than that!
I’ve recently decided that I have a love/hate relationship with fall. Hate because I know winter is inevitably around the corner. Love because nothing beats snuggling in a sweatshirt in the morning and then lapping up the warm sun in the afternoon. I adore apple season and fall baking and those crisp, cool nights that make for great sleeping weather. I love college football and all the food that goes with it, which means I’m always on the hunt for new appetizers. I made this Cheesy Sausage Dip last weekend, and I’m not sure why it hadn’t hit my radar screen earlier. And just to make sure you don’t make the same mistake, I’m here to tell you that you should make this Cheesy Sausage Dip TODAY.
Cherry Chipotle Barbecue Meatballs may just be the perfect tailgating food around. Spicy and sweet, they pair perfectly with a nice cold beer.
Fall is my favorite season for a number of reasons, but tops on my list has to be college football. Football season is a time when eating appetizers for a meal becomes completely appropriate, and that, my friends, makes me happy. Let me introduce you to the MVP of tailgating season: Cherry Chipotle Barbecue Meatballs.
These Crostini with Savory Tomato, Bacon & Apple Jam are my new favorite fall appetizer!
This is one of those recipes that I tore out of a magazine several years ago and always vowed to make one day. (I’d wager that you probably have a similar stack of “must try someday” recipes lying around your house, too.) I try to pare down the pile a few times a year before it gets completely out of hand, but this recipe for Crostini with Savory Tomato, Bacon & Apple Jam has made the cut every single time I “declutter” my kitchen. I just need to take that as a sign, right? MAKE THE CROSTINI!
So that’s what I did. And now I’m kicking myself for not making it sooner.
East meets West in these Baked Mexican Egg Rolls with Sour Cream Chamoy Sauce!
That’s the response I received from Grady when I told him what I was making for dinner a few weeks ago.
I can’t say I blame him; I had no idea what Chamoy was, either, until May when I shamelessly licked nearly every last drop of the sauce off my plateful of Salmon Tostada. Fortunately I was in a room full of food bloggers, and no one looked at me funny for my overzealous reaction to Chamoy Sauce (well, except maybe Lisa…). Now I can’t get enough of the stuff and am finding new ways for my family to enjoy it, too, like in these Baked Mexican Egg Rolls with Sour Cream Chamoy Sauce.
Summer snacking doesn’t get much simpler than this Fresh Feta Spread.
Summer is all about easy.
Lazy summer nights and leisurely dinners. Languishing by the pool for just a little longer. Loosy-goosey house rules and deadlines.….you get the idea.
It may take me a while to lose my routines after school lets out, but once I do, I’m all about embracing laid back summer living. And this Fresh Feta Spread is Exhibit A in my quest to keep life simpler this summer, especially when it comes to eats.
Bring your favorite BBQ flavors indoors with these Sticky Sweet BBQ Chorizo Pinwheels.
I’m not sure how meals are decided at your house, but around here, it goes something like this:
Me: “What do you guys feel like for dinner?”
Bridget: “Cheese pizza!”
Grady: “Burgers! No, wait. Ribs! Definitely Ribs!”
Pat: “I can’t remember what it’s called, but what about that spicy foil pack thing you made on the grill a few weeks ago? Ohhh, but wait…we might be low on propane….”
Wow, what am I supposed to do with THAT? Clearly this is going nowhere fast. Since short-order cooking is not in my repertoire, I often get creative in order to balance all of these requests (and sometimes I just make whatever the heck I want!). Cue these Stubb’s Sticky Sweet BBQ Chorizo Pinwheels. Whether you enjoy them as a warm appetizer when entertaining or gobble up the entire recipe for dinner, these bite-sized Pinwheels bring that barbecued flavor of the grill indoors and are a total crowd-pleaser at my house.