I’ve teamed up with Grits and Pinecones to bring you the Ultimate Mardi Gras Recipe Collection. 33 incredible recipes from our houses to your’s that will tantalize your taste buds and take you from easy beginnings to dramatic endings and everything in between. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
For a quick and refreshing salad, you should try Mardi Gras Salad. It is so named because of its Mardi Gras colored ingredients – Green, Purple, and Gold!
When you’re planning the perfect make-ahead dish for your holiday gathering, look no further than Classic Southern Seven-Layer Salad. It’s as versatile as it is delicious, and always receives rave reviews!
One of the best things about Thanksgiving is the leftovers. What to do with the leftovers? Why not make some tasty Leftover Turkey Sliders Two Ways: Amazing 5-Minute Turkey Salad Sliders and DeliciousTurkey Mash n’Gravy Sliders. They’re quick and easy to prepare, and Oh So Good!
These adorable Mac O’Lantern Salads are perfect for Halloween. I “carved” orange bell peppers and stuffed them with creamy delicious macaroni salad.
Sous Vide Chicken Salad Véronique is probably the best chicken salad that you’ll ever have. What makes it so good is the perfectly cooked chicken and the addition of grapes and fresh tarragon to an otherwise so-so chicken salad. Once you taste it, you’ll never look back.
Shrimp is an amazingly versatile type of seafood. It’s not only low in calories, but also can be prepared endless ways. You will be spoiled for choice with these 33 Succulent Shrimp Recipes to choose from, shared by some of the best food bloggers around!
Nothing says summer like luscious, juicy peaches. Use them in endless ways to brighten and cool the hot summer days, and satisfy your every craving. You will be spoiled for choice with these easy Yummy Peach Recipes to choose from, shared by some of the best food bloggers around!
Two of the best things about summer (well, almost summer!) are homegrown tomatoes that actually taste like tomatoes and Vidalia onions. This summer salad combines the tomatoes and onions with cucumbers and an awesome dressing. It’s perfect for your Memorial Day cookout!
Tuna salad is comfort food at its best. At its most basic level, it’s a combination of canned tuna and mayonnaise. There are a lot of variations on that basic mixture. My favorite variation adds celery and sweet pickle relish. This produces a delicious tuna salad that’s quick and easy to make.