A wonderful light Waldorf Salad with no mayo. The flavors of the apples, walnuts and raisins are so clean and fresh. It never fails to please.
Spring veggies benefit from a quick roasting in olive oil and herbs before being tossed with penne. No cream here – just the fresh flavors of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and lemon. A beautiful dish.
An easy kid-friendly wheat sandwich bread, especially easy if you have a mixer with a dough hook. My picky kid even eats the crust!
Leftover chicken never had it so good. Diced chicken, peas, carrots, onion, chicken broth, butter and milk are combined, and put into a large casserole and covered with great spoonfuls of biscuit dough.
I came up with this recipe years ago and usually make it around Thanksgiving and Christmas, either for get-togethers or for gifts.
The sweet marinade keeps the pork from being dry, plus the mint-fig sauce provides a wonderfully light addition to an already tasty pork.
This sweet and tangy Balsamic dressing is perfect for spring mix!
Cooked, mashed buttercup squash–or your favorite winter squash–is baked with sliced apples and a cornflake-pecan topping in this colorful side dish.