Since we're in the middle of the playoffs, and with the Super Bowl just weeks away, we're looking at what to serve. And if your gang's like mine, they love good food that's easy to eat. 'Cause that way they can grab a beer with one hand and the snacks with the other. Well, just this past week, Patty came up with a great recipe that's the perfect addition to any of our game-day parties, and it goes like this... We'll start by combining some reduced-fat baking mix with some shredded Monterey jack cheese, chopped roasted red peppers, and some jarred jalapeno peppers, and we give that a good mix. And now we stir in, get this: some beer. You see, the beer not only adds a rich flavor, but the carbonation makes the batter as light as can be. And for the kind of beer, that can be light, non-alcoholic or really whatever you have on hand - from a pale ale right through a rich stout! After letting the batter sit a bit, we drop spoonfuls of it onto a sprayed baking sheet - and pop 'em in the oven for say 7 to 9 minutes until they're golden. Another nice thing about these: we can make them ahead and just warm 'em up at game time and when we put out a platter of these flavor-packed nibblers, with the taste of beer, the peppers and all that cheese - talk about game winning! They're so good I know you're going to want this easy recipe for "Jalapeno Cheese Bites." For all the game-watching, as well as anytime you want an easy snack that is packed with some tongue-tingling, all American... "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!"