Two things make this chicken salad super. The first is the combination of a creamy salad dressing and a coleslaw dressing. The second is that everything goes into the food processor, so the consistency is spread able and all the flavors mingle well.
This is my family's favorite Greek dish. Lamb is marinated overnight, then threaded onto skewers and grilled. The meat is served on a pita bread with a zesty, garlicky yogurt sauce. This can be served with a Greek salad and rice pilaf.
Yeast-raised whole wheat crumpets are like slightly denser, sweeter English muffins. Slowly cooked on a griddle in ring-shaped metal forms, they're great served warm and soft or allowed to cool for a more crusty texture. Serve them sliced and toasted with your choice of toppings.
This is the most fun you can have with your seafood. It started with the idea of a fun get-together clam bake then took off with a life of its own. This recipe is a general guide. Have fun, mix and match your favorite seafood. I would ask your fish monger what is fresh, and then decide what seafood to add. I've even added a whole octopus before. Serve with a nice white wine, turn on some music and have fun. Great outdoor meal.
These flaky Danish pastries are a time-consuming project, but they're a perfect way to show people how much you love them! I like serving them at special brunches. The puff pastry dough and almond filling can be made ahead of time, and the pastries can be frozen before baking.
Great-Grandma Maida Dixon made this salad for family gatherings. I think of her every time I make. It's sooo good. It needs to be placed in the refrigerator to allow the flavors to meld. It really is worth the wait.
Made in the classic Italian tradition, this hearty soup combines a white bean puree with a blend of vegetables including cabbage, kale, and Swiss chard, with toasted bread to thicken the mix. It's reheated ('ribollita') and served topped with grated Parmesan and a drizzle of olive oil.
Tender morsels of chicken are sauteed in butter and seasoned with garlic and basil before being simmered with heavy cream and Parmesan cheese to make a delectably rich sauce for the pasta of your choice.