A place where I can post recipes, thoughts, struggles, goals, and whatever happens in my little corner of the world.
This is one of my very favorite recipes ever and I love it when strawberry season arrives. I made this salad in the picture with raspberry balsamic vinegar instead of just plain raspberry vinegar. I like them both but it looks prettier with just the plain raspberry vinegar. I never add the sliced almonds ~ just personal preference. I first found this recipe in a junior league cookbook (Very Virginia, I think) but have since seen it all over the internet.
This is one of my favorite potato recipes. The original recipe says to grate the cooked potatoes but I just run them through a potato ricer and I donít see why you couldnít just give them a rough mash. Grating hot, cooked potatoes is not fun. I think the recipe came from the cookbook Applehood and Motherpie via my Mom.
Green Onion Potato Casserole
6 medium potatoes
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup sour cream
6-8 green onions, chopped with some greens
Here is how I make rotisserie chicken on the grill:
About 5 or 6 hours before starting the grill, I clean a 4 or 5 pound chicken. In my experience, a chicken bigger than that takes too long to cook. I've done two smaller chickens at the same time and that worked great, too. Game hens would also work well.
Back to the cleaned and dried chicken...at this point I either use a rub or a marinade. In the pictures, I used a rub ~ just one I picked up at the grocery store.
Confession time ~ I LOVE FRENCH FRIES! Canít help it, I love them. I canít eat them much anymore with this hinky gall bladder so I am always on the lookout for a decent recipe for a potato dish to take their place. I found one on allrecipes that sounded good so I adapted it to my likes. These are really good ~ give them a try.
Oven Roasted Garlic Potatoes
2 lbs red potatoes, quartered
1/4 cup butter, melted
2 tsps minced garlic
1 tsp salt