Crispy Chicken Nuggets, Cheesy Tater Tots & 9 More Dip-Friendly Snacks

We’ve partnered with Heluva Good! Dip to share the crisp, crackling recipes we love dunking in our favorite dips—from creamy French Onion to smooth Queso—for football season and beyond.


I’ll be honest: Watching football is great and all, but nine times out of 10 I’m showing up to a watch party for the food, the only exception being if my team is in the game (and realistically, they’re not making it beyond the playoffs anytime soon).

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24 Supremely Satisfying Dumpling Recipes to Make This Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year is just about here: It’s the time for food, family, and traditions. And…dumplings. Because what better way is there to celebrate? Indeed, in Chinese culture, jiaozi, or steamed dumplings, are typically folded and eaten on New Year’s Eve; they’re said to symbolize luck and prosperity for the year ahead. They also symbolize deliciousness.

I, myself, am an equal-opportunity dumpling eater, year-round. So in the spirit of good luck and prosperity this Lunar New Year and beyond, I’m happy to present 24 top-notch dumpling recipes: from pierogies to ravioli, gyoza to samosas.

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Earl Grey Tea and Tonic

Earl Grey Tea and Tonic

Don’t drink or trying to drink less? A rich tea syrup is a great way to add flavor and body to a non-alcoholic drink, like in this citrusy Earl Grey Tea and Tonic mocktail.

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Aside from the commercials (which are already being teased online, by the way), my favorite thing about the Super Bowl is the food. I would be excited about the game itself if my team, the Miami Dolphins, was competing for the championship title, but there’s realistically zero chance of that happening anytime soon.

So instead of looking forward to cheering on the aqua and orange, I dream about the spread—of chili, bacon burgers, crispy Buffalo wings, and alllll my favorite dips.

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Earl Gray Tea and Tonic

Earl Gray Tea and Tonic

Don’t drink or trying to drink less? A rich tea syrup is a great way to add flavor and body to a non-alcoholic drink, like in this citrusy Earl Gray Tea and Tonic mocktail.

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Sopa Seca de Fideo (Mexican-style Angel Hair Nests)

Delicious Sopa seca de fideo, nests of angel hair pasta, first browned then cooked in broth with tomatoes and onions. The noodles absorb all the broth! This is a great side dish to serve with any meal.

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Chicken Freezer Burritos

Chicken Freezer Burritos

Chicken Freezer Burritos are your answer to a quick, family-friendly weeknight meal! They’re easy to make and delicious (when reheated correctly!). Here’s everything you need to know about how to make freezer burritos you’ll actually want to eat!

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Our favorite dips, salsas, and guacamoles—some traditional, some not, all perfect for the Super Bowl.
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A Better Way to Cook Mushrooms

Wondering how to cook mushrooms without the fat? Try dry sautéing them! This method is an easy and fast way to perfectly cook mushrooms, but without extra butter or oil.

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For Smitten Kitchen's Genius Popcorn, Add ... a Pound of Greens?
For Smitten Kitchen's Genius Popcorn, Add ... a Pound of Greens?
For Smitten Kitchen's Genius Popcorn, Add ... a Pound of Greens?

Every week in Genius Recipes—often with your help!—Food52 Creative Director and lifelong Genius-hunter Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that will change the way you cook.


Sometimes the real moments of genius in cooking come not from a plan well-executed, but from making good of the inedible mess in front of you.

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