Genuine Chesapeake Bay cuisine, this soup contains lima beans, corn, carrots, onions and Maryland blue back-fin crab meat and crab claws. Old Bay seasoning is required for authentic taste.
This is a recipe I made by taking the best of three or four popper recipes and combining them to make something that tastes wonderful.
Diced chicken dressed with curry mayonnaise sports a wonderful assortment of apple, raisins and grapes, plus celery, onion and pecans for savory crunch.
This mouth watering recipe marinates the flat iron in citrus juices and ginger to produces a juicy, memorable steak!
This is a traditional Portuguese dish that brings back memories of mom. It is not only tasty but it is always a hit at parties. Plan ahead, because the salted cod needs to soak for 24 hours.
A tasty lime dressing, with cayenne and garlic added for kick, make this salad a bit different from the one above. Avocado too. And this salad doesn't need to sit in the frig, it can be served to four hungry people immediately.
A nice crunch in this salad, bacon bits, sunflower seeds, diced broccoli, cauliflower, and onion are tossed with a yummy, slightly sweet and sour dressing and chilled.
This recipe is an awesome alternative to a red barbeque sauce for chicken. It was a neighborhood favorite during summer when I was growing up. Submitted in memory of Ruth Karahan who originally had the recipe and passed away in 2004.
Blueberi Lemonade (•1-1/2 Oz Blueberry Vodka (Stoli Blueberi) •Lemonade •Garnish: Lemon Slices, Blueberries)