One of the best things about having a ham is the leftovers. In honor of the leftovers, I decided to make ham salad, using Paula Deen’s recipe as a starting point. It’s both easy to make and delicious!
We do a lot of things right in the South, especially when it comes to Potato Salad! This classic Southern Style Potato Salad with a Twist is perfect for Easter brunch or dinner, or anytime for that matter. It’s good served warm, but even better served cold after the flavors have had a chance to…
Want an easy and delicious way to use some of your leftover Thanksgiving turkey? If so, you should try this Leftover Turkey Salad. It takes minutes to make, and is awesome on crackers. Is your’s a more sophisticated taste? Then fill pita bread with lettuce, tomato, and Leftover Turkey Salad for an excellent brunch or lunch! Better yet, pair…
Caesar Salad was invented in Tijuana, Mexico in the 1920’s. It’s a wonderful dish on its own or paired with any number of toppings or entrees. What makes a great Caesar Salad is a great dressing and freshly made croutons, both of which are quick and easy to make.
Tonight for dinner, I’m trying my hand at sous vide steak. The master taste tester requested coleslaw and baked potato to go along with the steak. I’ve been making this coleslaw for as long as I can remember, so I don’t know where I found the original recipe that I’ve adapted here.
We’ve had nothing but rain for almost a month – that is until yesterday. Even though it’s hot and humid outside, I’ve decided to take advantage of the dryer weather and grill some chicken for dinner (actually, the master taste-tester will do the grilling!).