I actually won a cash prize in our local paper for this recipe. My husband and I will eat the whole thing ourselves - make several if you're having guests. If someone you love doesn't care for cauliflower, this may be the ticket!
This recipe on a food network television though I can't remember which one. The recipe is accredited to Ann Mileti. The recipe is best if you let sit at room temperature before serving. This time is included in prep time.
This colourful salad looks fantastic on the table, and is so-o-o easy to make. I originally created it to take to a barbecue, and everyone loved it. You can be flexible with quantities for the feta, olives and dressing—suit your own taste and visual preferences. Also, you can add chopped parsley or any other herbs or spices that appeal to you.
This is a great side dish, especially with grilled entrees. It can be made ahead and thrown together before serving. Time does not include marinating time. From Bon Appetit RSVP section, Tuscany Grill, Portland, OR.
I was looking for something different to serve with cheeseburgers one night, and this is what I found (it's a Tanya Holland recipe from foodtv.com). The spice blend counters the sweetness of the fries rather nicely, I think. Prep time is primarily time needed to heat the oil sufficiently.
I have had people who swear they hate Miracle Whip eat an ENTIRE PLATE of this potato salad. It's my mom's recipe, and you can try it with regular Mayo, but I won't stand by the results because it's so good with the Whip that I've never tried it any other way!
A delicious coleslaw with a little citrus twist! Adapted from Cooks Recipes. If you like your slaw a little wetter, make another 1/2 recipe of the dressing. Enjoy! This is southwestern also made in Spain, they like to use citrus.