Tagged: side dish

Wilted Cucumber & Tomato Relish Recipe

This relish or simple side comes to us from an Elite Sports Club – North Shore member and grandmother, who enjoys making this for her family with fresh vegetables right out of the garden. In my opinion, it is far tastier than just a regular platter of cucumber and tomatoes. And at this time of […]

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Grilling Tonight? Try Grilled Fruit!

Most of us are into the nightly grilling routine by now, and why not, with the beautiful weather we are having! You’re probably having grilled meats of some sort, corn on the cob, and even some grilled fresh vegetables. But, what about the fruit!?! Many good menus can be completed with grilled fruit as well. […]

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Picnic Confetti Rice Salad Recipe

Here is a side dish that will add color and flavor to any picnic or barbecue plate coming up for summer! The nice part about this Picnic Confetti Rice Salad Recipe is the fact that you will probably already have all the ingredients on hand just about any time you want to make the dish.

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How to Make Classic Saffron Rice

Many families, including mine, will have classic delicious recipes for their holidays that they can count on being a success for their wonderful, familiar taste. Such is the way for the subtle, but savory taste of Saffron Rice. Nevertheless, you will need to go out of your way to have saffron on hand and to […]

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Warm Winter Lentil Soup or Salad Recipe

I really enjoy this satisfying lentils recipe that I revamped from a french cookbook. It can be served as a salad on lettuce leaves in the summer or as a warm soup in the winter. You can also serve with a drizzle of olive oil over the top and hot turkey sausage.

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Acorn Squash Soup Recipe

Just in time for the Fall season, this recipe offers a different twist on acorn squash. This soup is made easily, and is ready in just one hour. Offering a smooth and creamy texture, we’re sure this will be your family’s new favorite side dish or lunchtime staple.

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Summer’s Bounty: Sweet Yellow Corn

Part of what makes summer so fun is the fresh produce we can purchase this time of year. One of those is fresh corn on the cob. It is high in fiber, reasonable in carbohydrate, and is generally liked by the whole family. But most of all, it is the symbolism that it is a part of […]

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Easy and Delicious Salads in a Jar "To Go"

Most of us have been amazed when our dinner salad at a restaurant or friend’s dinner party arrives in a beautiful glass or goblet and not on a salad plate. Often this is done while guests are able to walk around to view art or just easily talk, instead of being seated at a table. This […]

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Watercress Salad with Sesame Garlic Dressing

I remember that watercress was always used for tea sandwiches in the fanciest of hotel dining rooms. Watercress stands up to the bold flavors of radicchio and a fish sauce spiked dressing in this spring salad. If you want a heartier meal, add grilled chicken. These bold flavors will satisfy your hunger in a big hurry!

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Turkey “Off the Bone” Soup Recipe

Using up those leftovers off the bones can be an intimidating experience at first, but have no fear, this recipe will help you learn to take advantage of every part of that turkey!

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