It seems that just about every food known has been fried. Some successful. Others, not so much. Most fried foods I can take a bite or two and that’s enough, I can take it or leave it. but there are other fried foods, like mushrooms, onions, or these Fried Pickles have a flavor and texture combination that just seems right. And to take one bite or two isn’t the easiest thing to do.
This potato salad recipe developed by Chef Robert Del Grande of Cafe Annie in Houston, Texas, for the McCormick Gourmet Collection combines oregano, cumin, coriander, chiles and red wine vinegar to give this potato salad a big, bold Texan flavor that is the perfect compliment to any cookout menu spread.
As quickly as we unpacked the dozens of ears sent our way, I had a list in my head of what it would be used for. Of course, simply boiled corn with a pat of butter and a sprinkling of black pepper is mighty fine on it’s own, but some of that corn had to keep company with a few other fresh friends picked from our garden: cucumbers, tomatoes, and fresh basil. I knew this easy Corn Salad recipe would be the perfect way to bring the all together.
This Grape Salad is pretty durn good. Fresh grapes, walnuts or pecans, a bit of brown sugar, cream cheese and yogurt come together to make a pretty addictive combination that is the perfect ending to a meal or a tasty afternoon snack. Plus, it can be lightened up with a few changes, if desired. Flavor, texture and options for making a lighter version? This salad has got it all!
If you’re planning a cookout, camping, or just want to get out of the kitchen for a while these zesty Mediterranean Vegetables are easy and can be cooked quickly in a grill pan or skillet grill top to enjoy as a light side dish or use as a topping for pizzas, hamburgers, wraps, sandwiches, or pasta salads to name a few. Zucchini, onion and bell pepper are cooked in a bit of olive oil and tossed with a flavor packed mixture of greek seasonings, balsamic vinegar, garlic salt and sugar. So simple, but so tasty! AND a very light option for a side dish. Plus, the vegetables and seasoning mixture can be prepared ahead of time and kept refrigerated until ready to cook.
This classic Macaroni Salad Recipe is a terrifically flavorful side dish that’s sure to be a crowd pleaser at any gathering all year round. Summer is the perfect time to break from the boring routine. Head out for a day at the park or beach and pack a picnic or make plans to gather together for a fun…
Potato Salad always reminds me of summer, picnics and fireworks, although I’m thinking this zesty and super easy Red Potato Salad is delicious enough to deserve a encore during the cold winter months as well. It would be as perfect alongside Roasted Turkey as it would be partnered with a Pulled Pork sandwich. This Red Potato Salad is full of color and flavor. This zesty side dish is a classic side that’s perfect for summer, but you may find craving it year round. Serve for your next cookout and see how many come back for seconds.
Welcome my husband, Randy, again. He’s here to share a delicious hushpuppies recipe. Or is it hush puppies recipe? I grew up with them being known as hushpuppies, one word. However you write it, these little babies are the perfect side dish to serve at a fish fry, BBQ, or any excuse you can think of to make hushpuppies (or hush puppies). Take it away Randy!
Pasta Salad is still as easy as I remember, plus, now there are so many inspiring flavor combinations to try, like this flavor packed Southwestern Black Bean Pasta Salad recipe. It’s a terrific pasta salad to use for either a side or a main entree. It has all the pieces and parts for a hearty, satisfying dish with a bunch of flavor. It’s a great meatless option too. Make a large batch early in the week and enjoy it all week long. And because this pasta salad recipe is easy to make and easy to pack to take along, it’s at the top of my list for for a picnic or outing menu. It’s certainly a picnic and cookout worthy dish, that’s for sure.
These Whipped Cream Biscuits remind me of the ones my grandmother used to make, smaller in size to serve with Country Ham. We made tiny ham sandwiches with these biscuits, unfailingly with mustard. Never without mustard. There was nothing luckier than finding one biscuit and just enough Country Ham left to make one more teeny sandwich. It was like a prize for whoever lingered long enough at the table.
This easy Broccoli Salad Recipe is such a perfect side dish for any occasion. Indifferent to broccoli? Not now. With this easy Broccoli Salad recipe, you may find that broccoli is your new best friend. Or at least you new favorite side dish. Plus, everyone needs a great go-to side salad recipe, and this one…
I love Deviled Eggs. I always have. If you like them as much as I do, you know how difficult it is to try to eat just one. Usually I only enjoy them around the holidays or at someone else’s home for a special get together or celebration. In which case, I can’t dump several dozen on my plate and run away to eat them. That’s not in the holiday spirit! No, it wouldn’t be looked upon kindly. But don’t think it hasn’t crossed my mind.