It’s always an adventure when you go to the Farmer’s Market. You can find items you may have never had before, but if you want to be adventurous, ask the farmer how they would prepare the items. They grow them, they know them and they are often very willing and happy to share their wisdom …
I’ll be honest, I never used to like Brussels sprouts. But after learning of a few new ways to make them, I don’t like them – I love them! You’ll love this version of them as well, I am certain.
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to purchase gobs of fresh tomatoes straight from the farm for an insanely good price. I came home with all of those tomatoes and canned jar after jar of goodies from them. One of the things I made from those tomatoes was homemade salsa.
Herbed Lemon Potato Salad is a fresh and flavorful twist on a summer classic.
This Creole Potato Salad is going to be a new favorite of yours. Love potato salad but want something a little different? This is it!
If you are looking for something to put on your Thanksgiving table that is both delicious and a little lighter, Bohnensalat, or German green bean salad is the perfect choice.
This Easy Bacon Alfredo with Peas is the perfect “Dinner for Two.” Or maybe you’d like to make it as a delicious side dish. You’ll love it either way.
Good old-fashioned cucumber salad is a breeze to make and a great way to use some of the abundance you get in the summer from your gardens. And with the well-stocked produce section in your local grocery store, you can enjoy this dish year round.
There are so many ways to enjoy fresh summer sweet corn, and this skillet corn with bacon is one of my favorites.
Creamy, tangy tzatziki sauce can be made at home for your favorite Greek recipes.
If you’ve never had cheese grits, let me just tell you that you have no earthly idea what you are missing.
Bourbon Glazed Sweet Potatoes are a wonderful side dish for your holiday spread, and they don’t take a great deal of effort to make.