Here’s a really lovely “new” potato salad. My personal favourite potatoes to use in this salad are Sieglinde. I think the lemon dressing adds a nice brightness. Makes 4 – 6 Servings 2 lbs. small new potatoes, unpeeled, Siegelinde (available at
An excellent salad. I have put in varying amounts of veggies and herbs, so feel free to play around with the quantities to suit your tastebuds! If you choose to add the optional ingredients, it would become more of a
Meyer lemons were something we never saw in our markets here in Vancouver…but thankfully all that’s changed! Heck, even Costco sells them now! This dressing is excellent and I make it often. Whenever I find Meyer lemons, I pick up a
This one is for all of you who hate anchovies as much as I do! I’ve sampled really fresh, marinated ones in Italy, sorry, they still taste like anchovies! It’s OK though, my husband adores the little morsels! The garlic gives it
This is my adaptation of the famous salad. I absolutely adore Cobb Salad. From the tang of the blue cheese to the creamy avocado, crunchy lettuce, salty bacon, delicious! Serve with homemade biscuits** or purchased rolls. Thinking of starting
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. If you only knew how many recipes I have for coleslaw! It’s seems like there’s at least one from every country in the world! This one is great with any
The other day a friend dropped off some fresh figs from her garden… In anticipation of the fig delivery we had picked up some Pecorino ReNero and a bit of a French bleu cheese (they were out of Gorgonzola Dolce).
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. This recipe is in homage to the lady who hired me to take over at the executive dining room of a major Canadian bank, when she retired two years later.
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. If you are in the mood for the taste of curry, this salad is for you! We barbecued some chicken wings to have with it…delicious! And it would be great