Does the phrase “a party in your mouth” sound offensive? I can often tell, just by reading a recipe, that it’s likely to bring on that buzz. And when I see a recipe that looks scrumptious and healthy and have the ingredients on hand and the sole instruction is to combine in processor, it’s party…
Matane Shrimp Salad – Sweet, Succulent, Memorable
What makes your day? Getting up early, or late? Exercising, or lazing about? Seeing friends, or indulging in you time? If you’re anything like me, then you like to feed someone something that puts a smile on their soul. Recently, my sister Julia prepared Matane Shrimp Salad for a family picnic and I was enraptured. So,…
Quinoa Roasted Veggie Salad with Gail’s Caper-Walnut Vinaigrette
Tarragon—Whether you love it or hate it, you have to agree: It’s distinctive. It gives a very interesting flavour to this Quinoa Roasted Veggie Salad with Gail’s Caper-Walnut Vinaigrette. Gail who? Gail Simmons is the lovely, big-hearted foodie maven responsible for this keeper. Thank you Gail, and thank you Food & Wine Magazine for sharing Gail’s delectable sauce.
Greek Potato Salad – Almost a Meal
It’s midsummer, or mid-heaven in my book. Bring on more sunny, warm days, Jazz Festivals, Comedy Festivals and all the trimmings that make the splendid months so irresistible. Char-Broil Great Book of Grilling has been at the top of my to-do list for way too long. I finally read it cover to cover and filled it…
Japanese Coleslaw – Perfectly Simple
Are you a lazy cook? If you answered yes, you’re going to love this Japanese Coleslaw recipe. It basically cooks itself. All you’ve got to do is core and thinly slice a cabbage, zest 2 lemons and be prepared to toss from time to time.
Julia’s Summer Potato Salad – Party Time!
It’s summer! Every sunny day feels like a cause for celebration. If you’re looking to feed a crowd, look no further than Julia’s Summer Potato Salad. It’s the perfect side dish to accompany all sorts of meals.
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