I got this recipe from a coworker. She brings this salad to all the potlucks. Everyone always devours it with raves! Everyone always wants the recipe and she was happy to oblige. Wonderful flavors! She has since moved on and so I am posting it here so I don't lose it. It is written exactly as she provided. I am going to have to look up the red pepper sauce she uses and make it to figure out the amounts. Then I will edit the recipe with more exact directions.
Found online; posting for safe keeping...Mix in arugula as needed per serving, as it will become wilted if allowed to sit in the carrot mixture too long. (Time it takes for carrots to cool to room temperature not included in prep/cook times)
This is a great way to use up leftover bread. I like this made with challah but you could also make it with French or Italian bread. Use whatever dried fruit you have on hand - my personal favourite is apricots, but it is also good with cranberries or cherries. Please note that the standing time is included in the cooking time.
I got this recipe from and friend and it is my favorite salad. I like to use a lot more sugar than the recipe calls for - About 2-3 tablespoons, but I'll leave the recipe as written and you can sweeten to taste. I also like to use pecans in place of the walnuts.
I love those cherry peppers from the grocer. Growing just one bush can give you enough supply for a year. Great for use in Italian dishes, stuffed with cheese or on sandwiches, but especially good in recipe #475541. Update: I find the red and yellow peppers are sweeter. The green ones have too much of a 'bite'.
A favourite dessert of many. This makes good use of stale bread. Who knew that with such simple ingredients as bread, apples, butter, sugar…..you could make something so delicious and magnificent! It’s magic! When rhubarb replaces the apples, it is known as Blushing Betty! Another example of North American Colonial thrift!
I love using my crock pot for those nights when I know I won't have time to make dinner, but I want to have dinner ready when someone walks through the door! When I made of this recipe, it just reminded me of Fall, thus the name!
This recipe comes from an issue of Cooking Light. A co-worker came in several times and heated up this wonderful scented soup. He finally brought the recipe in and it is just so tasty. The lime juice gives it a little tang, the coconut milk and cilantro give it a light and fresh taste, and the shrimp and squash make it filling. Chicken or firm water-packed tofu can be used in place of the shrimp.
I have not tried this recipe. I got it from Health Matters newspaper. This recipe makes about 4 cups of sauce. That's enough for 3 pounds of cheese ravioli or 1 1/2 pounds (8 servings) of short pasta, such as penne or ziti.