20 results for tag: salad


My Pretend Cooking Show: Broccoli Salad with Berries

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ah5p1MsV-ac&t=1s Broccoli Salad with BerriesBroccoli salads are great for boxed lunches, picnics and of course, church suppers. I have quite a few different versions on my catering menu. Broccoli Salad with Berries is a client favorite. Make it extra special by stirring in some crispy fried bacon just before serving.For the dressing:1 cup mayonnaise1/3 cup sugar2 tablespoons vinegarFor the salad:5 cups broccoli florets, trimmed1/4 cup chopped red onion1 cup sliced fresh strawberries1 cup fresh blueberries1 cup fresh blackberries1 (11-ounce) can mandarin oranges, drained1/3  cup salted cashewsCombine dressing ...

Pretend Cooking Show: Mexican Fruit Salad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-RXpAUSbMg&t=15s Mexican Fruit SaladUse your favorite fruits and berries to make this delicious and simple Mexican inspired salad.1 whole pineappleSeedless red grapes, sliced in halfSeedless green grapes, sliced in halfFresh strawberries, slicedFresh blueberriesFresh RaspberriesFresh blackberriesFresh kiwi, slicedDrizzle of honeyJuice and zest of 1 limeDash of chili powderCut pineapple in half. Remove pineapple in center of each half and cut into bite-sized pieces. Place pineapple, grapes and berries in a large bowl. Drizzle with honey, lime juice and zest and dash of chili powder. Toss gently to combine. Spoon ...

Pretend Cooking Show: Winter Citrus Salad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOQqx0r__G0&t=9s Winter Citrus SaladAny flavored (or unflavored) olive oil can be substituted for the blood orange olive oil. The easy vinaigrette is completely interchangeable with vinegars and oils. Use your favorites to invent your own special salad dressing. This recipe makes a little over ½ cup. Double or triple the recipe to feed a crowd.For the vinaigrette:¼ cup white balsamic vinegar1/3 cup blood orange flavored olive oil1 tablespoon honey1 tablespoon dijon mustardSalt and pepper, to tasteFor the salad:Mixed salad greensThinly sliced red onionRed grapefruit premiumsMandarin orange piecesFresh blueberr...

Pretend Cooking Show: Panzanella Salad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFnNYNqsl9Q&t=16s Panzanella SaladBocconcini are small nuggets of fresh mozzarella cheese. They're about the size of cherry tomatoes and come packaged in plastic tubs filled with liquid containing whey or water.½ loaf artisan-style baguette, cut into ½-inch cubes1 pint grape tomatoes, halved1 small cucumber, quartered and sliced ½-inch thick½ medium red onion, diced1 cup basil leaves, julienned and loosely packed8 ounces bocconcini (baby mozzarella cheese balls)¼ cup balsamic vinegar2 tablespoons capers, undrained2 garlic cloves, minced½ teaspoon kosher salt¼ cup extra-virgin olive oilPreheat oven to 400 ...

Celebrate! with Debbi Covington — Thanksgiving Sides (Episode 1)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBrLxzw1GeA&t=53s It's one of my favorite things to be thankful for. I don't have to cook Thanksgiving dinner. Vince and I are blessed to be invited to a gathering of friends every year. All we have to do is show up with a side dish. In true southern fashion, the turkeys are deep-fried and everyone takes copious amounts of vegetables, salads, side dishes and desserts. In keeping with the spirit of not being responsible for the main course, I'm sharing a couple of delicious Thanksgiving side dish recipes and a seasonal cocktail. In spite of the experience of a very trying year, we have so much to be grateful for. ...

Celebrating Southern Drawls, Southern Food and Southern Susan

When I remember Susan Shaffer, her very southern accent is the first thing that comes to mind. It always makes me smile. Twangy drawls were one of the things that Susan and I had in common. After twenty-five years of living in the Lowcountry, I've been able to tone my eastern North Carolina articulation down a good bit. Susan's cadence was a constant. Her words were always spoken slowly, softly and honestly. I miss my friend. With Susan on my mind, I'd like to share a few very southern recipes. This week's offerings are from a food photo shoot taken at my home a couple of years ago. Susan's husband, Mark, was the photographer, and Susan joined him at ...

On the Menu This Week

I wish I had a really good tale to share in this issue, but I don't. A combination of busyness and laziness has kept me at home for most of the week. I have, however, been trying some new recipes that I thought Vince and I would enjoy. So, they're my column for this week. Lucky for all of us, the recipes are easy and delicious. Each one boasts a brightness of fresh citrus. Great for dinner on hot nights, the Vietnamese Pork Salad and Beef Satay Noodles only need a chilled glass of wine to make a complete meal. Trust me, you'll love the icing on the cake. Excellent summer supper food!Vietnamese Pork Salad1 pound ground pork9 tablespoons fresh lime ...

I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues

When I was growing up, my mother's go-to salad was a wedge of iceberg lettuce topped with a blob of chunky blue cheese dressing. She and Daddy scarfed it up like it was candy. I turned my nose up. What was the appeal of this stinky, gooey cheese stuff? Of course, I swore that I would never eat blue cheese. And, once again I'm eating my words. I love blue cheese! I love blue cheese with so many things – on steaks, on salads, stuffed in mushrooms, melted over grilled vegetables, the options are endless. This week's recipes all feature blue cheese. You can choose your favorite variety. Personally, I like the stronger blues like gorgonzola. If you're ...

Sunshine Salads

Don't you just love the sunshine? I'm totally solar powered. I have to admit, I've been feeling a bit anti-social during the past few cold and dark winter months. And, I've been spending too much time at home eating my favorite comfort foods. Warm and bright days have been so good for my psyche and I'm feeling inspired again. This week I'm sharing three of my favorite (and delicious) slim-down salad recipes. Soon we'll be able to buy fresh spring and summer vegetables locally. Isn't it wonderful?Grilled Romaine Salad 1 cup mayonnaise ½ cup sour cream ¼ cup whole milk or cream 6 ounces blue cheese, crumbled 1 tablespoon shallot, finely grated 1 ...

Cooking with the Movies

Photography by Susan DeLoach PhotographyRoll out the red carpet! The 10th annual Beaufort International Film Festival is in full swing with film makers, directors, screen writers, movie stars and lots of film-loving fans. Food has always been a key ingredient on the big screen. The recipes this week feature a taste of five of our favorite films including Interwoven, a new film from Beaufort's own filmmaker, VW Scheich. It's not too late to purchase your golden ticket! For more information about the Beaufort International Film Festival and to purchase movie and event tickets visit www.beaufortfilmfestival.com. See you at the movies!p.s. Thank you, ...