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Cumin Vinaigrette

This dressing is from our Lentils with Curry Vinaigrette recipe and our Lentil and Beet Salad recipe. However, it can be paired with any salad. Try it with your favorite salad for a delicious new taste! Serves 12 Serving size 2 tablespoons Prep Time: 5 minutes Total Time: 5 minutes Ingredients: 3 large shallots, finely chopped ¾ cup… Read more »

Caesar Dressing

This dressing is from our Brussels Sprouts Caesar recipe. However, it can be paired with any salad.The dressing is a safe (no raw egg yolks) alternative to traditional Caesar dressing. The anchovies are optional but really add a depth of flavor if you are game. You can chop them super fine so you don’t even… Read more »

Brussels Sprouts Caesar

Brussels Sprouts mania is in full force. The vegetable of the minute is delicious roasted (see roasted Brussels Sprouts recipe on this site) and also adds a twist to an old favorite, Caesar Salad. If you like the Brussels Sprouts more tender, you can cook them in a little water first then sauté them in… Read more »

Olive Oil Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are a popular staple on the Southern dinner table. I have made literally hundreds of dozens over my life. The recipe I always used was the one my mother taught me as a child – mayonnaise (Duke’s of course), vinegar, yellow mustard, pepper – sometimes pickle, sprinkled with paprika. They are delicious. However,… Read more »

Lentils with Curry Vinaigrette

Lentils are a quick alternative to dried beans. No soaking required and cook in a very short time. Delicious on their own, added to salads or soups, or as a base for fish or chicken. This recipe uses a delicious cumin vinaigrette to make a delicious side or main dish. I prefer to use brown… Read more »

Chicken and Vegetable Fried Rice

This one-pot meal is a great way to use leftover rice and/or chicken. You can use egg or shrimp instead of the chicken. The type of vegetables can vary depending on what you have on hand. You just need 2 cups of vegetables in total. A good combination is mushroom, peas, carrots, cabbage, and green onion. … Read more »