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Just a good old fashioned, down home potato salad recipe that brings back memories of picnics in the park and family gatherings. Wonderful as it is or make it your own by adding additional ingredients of your choice.
Here's a great picnic salad! Corkscrew-shaped pasta soaks up a tasty blend of oil, vinegar, garlic, basil, red pepper and Parmesan. After it chills, toss in some broccoli, pepperoni, cherry tomatoes and mozzarella cheese.
Taste-test this winning main-dish salad, Apple-Pecan Chicken Slaw. If you don't have leftover chicken, purchase a rotisserie roast chicken at the store, and use the meat in the salad. Complement the homey flavors of the salad with flaky buttermilk biscuits, hot-from-the-oven-irresistible, served with tart-sweet lemon curd.
Italian Flavor...easy to prepare. We are not a fan of green beans BUT cooked this way, simmered in a homemade tomato sauce, we are! Use fresh green beans.
An easy and quick recipe for when tomatoes are abundant from your garden.
Ripe tomatoes are baked with Romano cheese, fresh bread crumbs, garlic and herbs.
Zucchini is breaded and baked until crispy and golden brown. A quick, healthy way to use some of that zucchini from your garden!
Green beans in a bright, tangy dressing that combines balsamic vinegar, olive oil, shallots, and garlic. Served cold.
If you don't have a smoker already, you might consider the purchase for this recipe, because this tasty corn is that good. And then all you'll need is un-husked corn, ice and a quart of beer.
This is a basic recipe for grilling potatoes that may be altered to taste. The key is that grilled potatoes, whether lightly seasoned or adorned with your favorite condiments, taste GREAT!