We were headed to my brother & SIL's house for a Father's Day lunch and they have a ceramic cooker. I was instructed to bring a side dish or salad and since I was in the mood for eggplant, and wanted to take advantage of their cooker, I searched for a grilled eggplant salad. I found one that sounded like a good start and after some adjustments and additions, came up with this. Everything except the onion, eggplant, and tomatoes was measured by eye so it is all more or less to taste. Hope you enjoy!
I found this on a blog a while back (sorry I don't recall where) and adapted it to what I had available. These can be eaten soon after making though I find the longer they sit, the better they are. They will keep in the refrigerator indefinitely.
This was inspired by a recipe I saw on Kraft Foods' website, but made my own way. I really enjoyed the smoky spicy hit from the chipotle in the coleslaw paired with the rest of the ingredients. If you want more spice, use a whole chile instead of half. I like to individually freeze the remaining chiles from the can with a little adobo sauce on each one, then bag and save in the freezer for future recipes.
I got a free sample of these potatoes in the mail from Betty Crocker and was looking for a way to use them other than just as mashed potatoes. This would be a great way to use left over "real" mashed potatoes (use about 5-6 cups prepared) and homemade shredded barbecue. Instead of beef, barbecued pork or chicken could also be used.
From The Soup Mix Gourmet, by Diane Phillips. This savory cream cheese spread will remind you of Boursin and is great to spread on crackers, toasted bagels, or French bread slices. Also good in mashed potatoes or as a topping for a baked potato. I didn't have fines herbes so instead used 1/4 tsp each parsley, tarragon, basil & oregano. Cook time is chilling time.
I originally adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account. It was called Classic Mud Pie but I changed it into my own recipe and it is no longer that 'classic' mud pie, so the name has been updated as well. Cook time does not include freezing time.
Many years ago while on vacation in Munich, Germany, I stopped in a bakery for a snack. The pastry I had has stayed at the back of my mind for about 10 years now. This is my attempt at re-creating it. It is still kind-of a work in process, so please feel free to add more sugar or lemon juice as you like.
I adopted this from the Recipezaar account. It was good as is, but I had to make a couple changes for it to work for me. Came out a little runny (maybe because I used skim milk), so may need some additional adjustment. I would probably change out the mozzarella for Monterey jack or a Mexican cheese next time also. Good served with sour cream.
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