Lunch & Dinner
Cucumber, Pepper and Arugula Salad Caramelized Balsamic Vinegar2 Cups balsamic vinegar In sauce pan over medium low heat reduce vinegar to about 2/3 cups (about 2 hrs.)Remove from pan and chill.
Any questions, ask the Boss (aka Mom).
A very vinegary and delicious BBQ that requires very little effort. It can also be cooked in a slow-cooker.
Pulled Turkey Seibels A very vinegary and delicious BBQ that requires very little effort. It can also be cooked in a slow-cooker. 2 large1 garlic clove ((or 5 - do your thing))2 cups apple cider vinegar1/2 stick unsalted butter1/2 cup ketchup3 tbsp Worcestershire...
Truly comforting- a family favorite!
Baby Lettuces and Cayenne-Roasted Peanuts with Creole Honey Mustard Vinaigrette, and Homemade White Cheddar Crackers
An Emeril Legasse recipe.
A Rachel Ray recipe.
The apple cider adds a beautiful tang to this soup.
Terrific with toasted bread.
A Grandmom Ricci recipe.
Serious comfort food!
A unique take on a standard.
A rich and creamy starter or main.
Another nice Thanksgiving side.
Makes about a dozen.
A traditional dish from Epicurious.
A simple and satisfying version of a typically time-consuming restaurant classic.
This soup freezes beautifully.
An unusual but delicious addition to the Thanksgiving table!
An Emeril Lagasse recipe.
A special occasion dish.
Green Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing Absolutely delicious! 4 ounces good Roquefort cheese (chopped)1 cup mayonnaise1 cup heavy cream2 tablespoons tarragon vinegar1 teaspoon kosher salt1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper1 head iceberg lettuce (cut in quarters, or...
A light, tropical meal.
Good for a main with salad, or for brunch.
Worth making at home!
Lovely with chicken or turkey broth.
The sauce can be prepared two days ahead and refrigerated. Just re-heat and toss with the rigatoni before serving.
From Barefoot Contessa Parties!
Use chicken stock if to be used on fowl or beef stock if to be used on beef.
You can roast the peppers under the broiler or over a gas flame, if you prefer, but I like to do them in a hot oven. It takes a little longer, but you don’t have to monitor them as closely. I always make this sauce in quantity because it freezes well and has a million uses.
This soup looks and tastes like liquid autumn. It’s incredibly simple to put together and can be made well in advance and frozen. The elusive secret ingredient is a bit of maple syrup which enhances the natural sweetness of the rutabaga.
Delicious and elegant!
Quick, easy and tasty.
Another Thanksgiving hit- very simple and fast to prepare, can be done while the turkey is resting.
Serve with your favorite sides or sliced tomatoes seasoned with salt and pepper and dill pickles.
This is a quick and delicious side dish, especially good with grilled food.
From Margaret Keefauver, passed down from her mother, Gladys Moore.
This is the best tartar sauce I’ve ever had- well worth the trouble to make it yourself.
A blend of spices – cumin, coriander, cloves, and cinnamon – give Indian flavor to this spicy turkey and spinach burger.
I made this up while trying to emulate a favorite sandwich from a deli I frequented at my first college.
Possibly the BEST soup I have ever had. First made by Larry & Elaine, and now a holiday staple.
This is the BEST (and easiest to make) cranberry sauce I have ever made- try it on ice cream- Yum!
The salsa is so good you might want to double it!
We made this for Thanksgiving in 2005, and it was terrific.