Snacks And Munchies Recipes

pimento cheese stuffed tomato
When asked what his death row last meal be, Bon Appétit magazine's restaurant editor Andrew Knowlton replied "I'm from the South, so to me it would... read more
rosemary
No need to spend big bux for party snacks or handmade gifts. Smoke roasted nuts are easy to make and always a hit. Oh yeah, if you don't have a... read more
cowboy candy
There are two kinds of "Cowboy Candy" and this recipe is not for chaw. This is a sweet/sour pickled pepper that is great as a relish on hot dogs,... read more
frico
If you love the crispy bits of cheese that stick to the griddle when you make grilled cheese sandwiches even better than the sandwiches, frico will... read more
jalapeno poppers
Jalapeño Poppers are great appetizers. While standard restaurant jalapeño poppers are usually breaded and fried, my outdoor version is smoked and... read more
chicken cracklins
Who doesn't love crispy chicken skins? But sometimes the chicken is best cooked without the skins. There are a lot fewer calories in skinless chicken... read more
pickle slices checkers
This quick and simple recipe makes sweet and sour pickle slices for sandwiches perfect for mounding on hamburgers, deli meats, pulled pork sandwiches... read more
pickled tomatoes
Go into any kosher deli worth it's kosher salt, and alongside their honkin' big sandwiches there is a honkin' big kosher pickle. In Chicago you are... read more
chestnut meat
Warm fresh chestnuts are soft, fleshy, sensuous, creamy, and sweet. They are best served nekked with a glass of port or a mug of hot glögg and, on... read more
maple taffy
When the first snow flies, we make maple taffy. Chewy and rich, the texture and flavor are a real treat. Kids love making it almost as much as eating... read more

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