This sweet-tart chutney combines summer tomatoes with autumn-flavored cranberries, making it an awesome condiment for late-summer and fall barbecues. Spoon it over burgers and/or grilled chicken. When the weather gets cooler, toss a little chutney with roasted vegetables, such as carrots, onions, or sweet potatoes. Mix it with mayonnaise to make a dip for raw or cooked vegetables. This is also good over omelets or scrambled eggs! Adapted from Cooking Light.
Light and packed with protein, this is easy! Adapted from Family Circle magazine.
The Cobb salad was a signature menu item of the legendary Brown Derby in Hollywood, a landmark restaurant in Los Angeles, California. Variations of the salad are now served in restaurants world-wide.
Blueberries are so yummy, especially in this dessert! Cook time includes time for makeing sauce.
The sweet dessert known as Bread pudding (not be confused with bread and butter pudding) is rather more popular in the UK than in the US, but it is hardly unknown in America, especially in the south. Bread Pudding has been around a long time. It’s been around in England since the 13th century. It has its origins as a source of food for the poorer elements of society, and was in fact called “Poor Man’s Pudding”.
This came from "The Great Big Burger Book," by Jane Murphy and Liz Yeh Singh. It makes a rich and tasty splurge of a hamburger. This would also be good served with a mustard-horseradish sauce. An English recipe brought across the ocean to end up in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic states.