A healthy whole grain salad. While I honestly do not remember where this recipe came from it has recently come to my attention that it was created by Nan Kelley Lofas, Bainbridge Island, Washington and published in Sunset Magazine’s 1998 annual cookbook.
These are nice when having guest as they can be made ahead and left to marinate till just before serving. Cook time Not reflecting the time needed for marinating. A basic recipe that is easly added to. Some of the things we have added on occasion are pearl onions, zucchini and bell peppers.
Slices of juicy summer tomatoes, creamy goat cheese and antioxidant-rich rosemary combine to make this savory tart. Cut into thin wedges to serve as an appetizer. Found this on the McCormick web site. Would like to thank French Tart for her wonderful photos of this recipe.
This lends itself well to most fresh fruits. Below is the original recipe I copied, from somewhere way back when I was a mere 17, which is a serving for one. Unlike some recipes you can increase this to feed any number of people without it losing anything.
A great country style chicken with its origins based in Mexico. Pan fried potatoes the perfect side for sopping up the pan sauce that comes from the chicken and tomatoes. This is a favorite in our household. We serve with shredded lettuce, jalapenos and fried potatoes.
(The ingredients in country recipes tend to be rough chopped)