As a broke, inexperienced, young twentysomething, preparing these little snacks says, “Hey, I’m trying to be a real-world human being. Appreciate my class. And don’t worry, I have guac, too.”
Food fads come and go, but burgers are forever.
Or, “How To Make Spaghetti You Can Eat With Your Hands.” Check out more easy spaghetti dinners here.
Melted Chocolate + Melted Cheese = key to the universe.
It’s the most important game of the season. Better make sure your food is in good shape.
Sorry if these are a little cheesy.
Because store-bought hummus is for alone time, not your holiday party.
Nothing is more alluring than a bowl of silky, molten cheese. Just sitting amongst a pile of chips, waiting to be devoured.
The appetizer table can be a bleak, hopeless place. These recipes, on the other hand, are guaranteed crowd-pleasers.
It’s all fun and games until things come to room temperature and start to congeal.
If you’ve never dipped a Ritz cracker into a turkey-shaped cheese ball in front of a football game on Thanksgiving then you’ve got some living to do.
“Oh, I’d love a boiled potato and some plain green beans for Thanksgiving dinner.” Said no vegan, ever. Don’t be that host.
On Oct. 31, does food taste better when it’s shaped like a spider, a pumpkin, or a severed body part? You better find out.
Because really, latkes should be part of every celebration ever. (See BuzzFeed’s full Thanksgivukkah feature here.)
It is possible, and it’s going to RULE. Here are 10 rules to follow.
A comprehensive guide to the best part of the holidays.