The Portuguese love potatoes as much as, if not more than others. This salad makes good use of them, and cooks using the classic Portuguese "tomada", sauce, which is made up of olive oil, tomatoes, and garlic. Recipe by Elisabeth Rosen.
This is really really super easy and quick to make, so no worries there. And perfect for those warm weather quick get togethers where something fresh is quite nice. It can be a little spicy, so adjust the sambal oelek to your preference.
From Good Taste - October 2007
Australian style baked beans with bacon bones. I felt totally alien until I realized they are just pork bones, which I use in economical Soul food cooking al the time. Do I smell barbecue? Yum.
Recipe by Dixie Elliott. Thanks, Dixie!
A healthy looking lower glycemic Thai-American treat that would make a great lunch item for me, especially if topped with some roasted chicken, shredded into strips, or some marinated tofu. Adapted from a Kraft recipe.