Split Pea Soup with the goodness of rich and savory ham is undeniably comforting when it comes to the table steaming hot on a cold, wet day.
These Air Fryer Chicken Thighs Stuffed with Pesto are simple for an everyday dinner or make an excellent dinner party dish.
This salad is super healthy with broccoli and beets. It celebrates the colors of Mardi Gras, purple, green, and gold. It’s also a breeze to make.
This fresh Asian Chicken salad sports summery and flavorful watermelon rind pickle in addition to the traditional ingredients. We’ve got a great recipe for the dressing, so keep on reading.
Air-Fried Tuna Steak Salad will be on your list for favorite summer salads. The tuna stays moist and flavorful with less fat. The citrus vinaigrette is sweet and tart – party time for your mouth
Grapefruit Beet Salad is a composed salad that is hearty enough to serve by itself with some crusty bread. Want it vegan? Omit the cheese and roast beef.
California BLT Salad with Justice Dressing is a delightful salad for the summer. It’s bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado served with a delightful oniony dressing.
Grilled shrimp salad is easy to make, even in the winter, or in an apartment without a grill. You can add spices to make it just for you.
I have always loved curry, and to go with it, Major Grey’s Mango Chutney – I can eat that chutney right out of the jar. Curried chicken is often made in our house. My son loves the curry, but I have to be careful of the chutney, once he knows it’s in the fridge, I might not see it again. When I make curry at home, I put little bowls with garnishes, coconut, raisins, apple, and tomatoes.
Chutney is a condiment and comes in many varieties. I prefer Major Grey’s and it’s available in most stores. Find out more about chutney.
Sounds like a salad, doesn’t it? Yup, those ingredients make a very nice salad. Use a rotisserie chicken from the supermarket because if you don’t want to heat up your kitchen. Serve it on the bed of thinly sliced lettuce and you are good to go on a hot summer night. A tall, icy glass of beer, or iced tea for the younger set, is very good with this.
I have been a fan of Chinese Chicken Salad since the 1980’s when I first had it. Everyone once in a while, I have all the ingredients to make it. This afternoon, Spane and I went and had a very filling lunch at Everest Burgers, so we didn’t want a heavy or big dinner. I asked him if salad would be good, and he said yes. Then I went to my pantry and saw that I had Mandarin oranges, I knew what to make.
This salad has everything but the chicken, and if you happen to have cooked chicken, you are more than welcome to add it to this salad. Make sure you have a sharp knife because you will be chopping the greens and the onion into small pieces.
You could add other fruit to this salad as well, like lychee nuts, or even cherries. I had unsweetened coconut chips which had just enough sweetness, sweetened coconut would be too powerful, so I don’t recommend it. Please choose whichever Asian salad dressing you like, we like Girard’s Asian Dressing.
The iconic Cobb salad has stood the test of time. Bursting with a harmonious blend of flavors and textures, this salad has been a favorite among food enthusiasts for decades.
Sometimes it’s a terrible thing to get old enough to remember wonderful restaurants that have closed down, notably The Brown Derby in Hollywood and Little Joe’s in Downtown Los Angeles. I’ll show you how to recreate some of the iconic recipes from these wonderful places.