I found this one in "Cookin' with the Lion - A Collection of Recipes from Alumni and Friends of Penn State." Lyn Kennedy contributed it with the comment, "A nice accompaniment to roast pheasant or Cornish game hens."
From Andrew Schloss' Cooking with Three Ingredients: "Tapenade, the rich olive sauce of Provence, is usually made from ripe black olives. This rendition gives tradition a tweak by substituting leaner, saltier green olives. It is just the right spread on toasts to serve with drinks, but is equally good served as a cold sauce for grilled chicken or fish, or as a dip for vegetables."
My variation of a recipe I found in a February 2003 issue of the Columbus Dispatch, submitted by Mary Johnson. She's "been making it for 20 years and has never had a bad review." She serves it with mashed potatoes and warm rolls. The sauerkraut was sweet and mild. Next time I may try substituting applesauce for the brown sugar.
Here's a very simple cooler to help you enjoy hot summer evenings with good friends. No rocket science ... just a quick, easy, and relaxing pick-me-up. But I'm willing to bet that you enterprising and creative chefs/mixologists can start with this and turn it into something special. Cheers!
A nice after dinner drink/dessert. I encountered this at a team-building retreat a few years back. Thanks to Rick Bailey for putting the recipe on paper for us. One of my favorite "milk shakes". Cheers!
Here's another Sangria option to add to the already robust lineup. My friend Lori from Cleveland passed this one along to me a number of years back. After the wine is gone, try munching on the remaining oranges and apples. Cheers!