a creamy seafood salad with sweet snow peas, pineapples and crunchy waterchestnuts in a tangy yoghurt – horseradish dressing. mount it on slices of baguette and serve it as tapas with a glass of spanish sherry or put it on a bed of lettuce and enjoy as refreshing summer lunch with a glass of fruity wine. serves 4-6 as appetizer or 4 persons for lunch. cooking time is chilling time
this recipe comes from a very good friend of my aunt's in west virginia. her name was mildred reynolds and she was a phenomenal cook and baker. i remember having these biscuits with some warmed canned peaches, which mrs. reynolds had also put up herself
this "shmear kase" (smear cheese if translated literally) is an amish recipe in this area. this is served at amish weddings and church dinners - and of course in many homes year-round! it is generally eaten on bread or toast, and often topped with jelly.
one of my father's favorite fall desserts. his mother used to make it in the oven, but my mother adapted it to the crock pot to make it simpler. a great way to use the abundance of apples right now! something different, something yummy and comforting.
rissoles are an economical everyday dish. when dining informally with a large group of people, you'll often find rissoles on the menu, especially if it's a barbeque! you can triple the recipe and freeze the extra cooked rissoles for future meals or freeze
here is a southwestern inspired dish from tyler florence. bacon-wrapped shrimp is a delicious combination as it is, but pairing it with the salsa and vinaigrette puts this recipe over-the-top! this shrimp recipe also works well on the grill. serving it wi
ham is one of the traditional meat dishes served in trinidadian homes at christmas time. many people i know bake it on christmas eve and have it for breakfast with freshly baked bread and a condiment called chow chow (picalli sauce). you are also likely t
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