recipe courtesy of b&c seafood, vacherie, la adapted from alton brown's cookbook "feasting on asphalt". take this to your next covered-dish dinner or picnic. finding the italian olive salad-the chopped olive spread that's an essential component of a muffaletta sandwich-is the trick. if you can't find it at the megamart do a search on 'zaar, there are many authentic recipes. if you have minor's kalamata olive base, be sure to use it in the olive spread. three bean salad: b&c seafood uses "read" brand of three-bean salad. if you can't find it at your grocery store try www.senecafoods.com. the olive salad and canned beans marry into the lettuce and tomatoes. zydeco comes from "les haricorts cont pas sales", which means "the beans aren't salty", an expression for hard times when there wasn't enough salt meat to season the beans. so this salad, with it's three different beans, is actually zydeco and the musical genre is named after it. food is facinating stuff. edited 5-18-09 i just made another batch of this, found a huge jar of the bean salad at costco. this is so good, i could live on this salad. you really need to try this one. i made my olive salad from scratch this time with both kalamata and green olives, and will continue to go this route.
found this recipe on budget101.com. it sounds like a quick and inexpensive dessert. from their site: delicately sweet with a hint of cinnamon and raisins, this simple bread pudding in a mug is a perfect single serving and takes only 3 minutes to prepare
a wonderful breakfast idea i came up with. i make my own apple pie filling by simply following the directions of my favorite filling and frying the apples in a pan instead of putting them in a pie shell. an easy,great tasting change for breakfast. cookin
this is one of many recipes from jeff baldwin's restaurants in clinton twps, mi. i have taken many of jeff's culinary classes which are such fun !! it is our favorite friday night, have to get out, place to go !! jeff serves great food, has the best staf
this is a wonderful use for all your tomatoes and basil from the garden, perfect to have on hand for a last minute appetizer. i used half plum and half lemon boy tomatoes from my garden. i tripled the recipe without a problem. from "put a lid on it" by to
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