She was very expert at making this salad of black-eyed peas. It's a great substitute for pasta or potato salad and quite simple to create. To make it a stand-alone meal, add cooked cubed chicken breast.
The finest potato salad is made by my grandma; she never follows a recipe! I watched her as she combined "a little of this and a little of that" and wrote down a somewhat accurate recipe for creamy potato salad.
The heart-healthy avocado in this spaghetti dish gives it a decadent feel without being too heavy. It tastes so good you'll swear there's cream hidden in the rich sauce. Although it lacks dairy and guilt.
My favorite salad of all time is this one. Whenever I need a dish to pass, I get the recipe. It looks amazing, is simple to create, and can be assembled in advance.
More festive than barbecue sides! Our family makes a watermelon dish in the shape of the flag to commemorate the Fourth of July. This is an authentically red, white, and blue centerpiece that is all-American.
Growing up, I cooked these pickles and I enjoy how versatile they are to eat with almost everything. My two kids now adore these pickles as well. I believe you will love them just as much as we do!
Although we adore squash, I grew tired of making the same old squash and cheese dish. I made the decision to add bacon and seasoned croutons to liven it up a little. The family loved this very much.
Grill-friendly BBQ sides are our favorite. And we relish the spicy, sharp flavor of capers. Nobody enjoys a boring vegetable, and peppers, squash, and zucchini shine when paired with caper butter.