Mix fruity tomatillos, those husk-covered relatives of the tomato, with your guacamole to create a different taste. Take out seeds and membranes from jalapenos for a milder sauce, or leave them in if you like things spicy.
This is a dish my brother prepared for me in Seattle. Salmon is smoked by cooking it on a cedar plank. It is by far the best salmon I've ever eaten. I like to serve with an Asian inspired rice and roasted asparagus.
This is actually one of my daddy's recipes. He's a commercial fisherman, but he finds time to make this whenever the family is together. But don't be fooled this simple recipe is one of the best out there.
Match this standard onion soup with a bottle of Zinfandel and a green salad for a delicious supper. Yellow or white onions are mixed with beef broth, a teaspoon of sugar, and some white wine. Topped with sliced French bread and shredded Swiss. Deliciou
Serve your Caprese salad on toothpicks for a fun, easy appetizer. It takes just a few minutes to thread mozzarella balls, cherry tomatoes, and fresh basil leaves onto the picks and drizzle with olive oil.
Tiny yellow or red-fleshed potatoes are boiled until tender, smushed a little bit, then drizzled with an herb-infused oil and balsamic vinegar seasoning. The potatoes then get a trip through a hot oven to crisp up.
These beans are briefly boiled and tossed with cherry tomatoes in a buttery basil sauce to make the most yummy green beans ever! We serve these at Easter Dinner every year but are a delicious accent to any meal.
This is an old family recipe for the dumplings, which were originally Polish egg noodles (kluski), and over the years I have modified it to make homemade dumplings. The broth is seasoned with basil, allspice, and poultry seasoning.