hese craveable loaded nachos are the only recipe you'll ever want - crispy, creamy, juicy, fresh veggies.
This margherita pizza recipe tastes like an artisan pie from Italy! It’s the perfect meld of zingy tomato sauce, gooey cheese and chewy crust.
If your face lights up whenever a waiter asks if you’d like regular or sweet potato fries with that, you’re clearly not alone.
Original quesadilla recipes would have used masa tortillas filled with Oaxaca cheese.
A six- to eight-piece salmon-and-avocado roll provides protein and healthy fat and clocks in at just over 300 calories.
This is another Italian restaurant favorite that was actually invented in the United States. Food historians have narrowed the location to New York.
This Mexican classic has certainly been Americanized—just look at Taco Bell for proof.
Crispy, light tempura batter is made with just three things: flour, ice water, and egg yolks.
It’s especially hard when you’re going for an eating contest record. Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Champion Joey Chestnut also has the record set for gyoza.
Nowadays, people often visit restaurants and delis just to score a plate of delicious mac ‘n’ cheese.
The state produces 600 varieties, boasts more cows than people, and even has a festival dedicated to the stuff.
As much as Americans love experimenting with toppings, tossing everything from pepperoni and sausage to pineapple and anchovies on their pizzas, nothing beats a plain cheese pie.
It should come as no surprise that this Chinese cuisine standard is popular with those ordering food delivery.