This simple vinegar-based cole slaw is our number one side dish. It’s a hallowed tradition on a barbecue sandwich—the tart, crunchy cabbage goes perfectly with the smoky flavor of the meat, and the vinegar helps cut through the pork fat.
Think you can’t have pizza and eat healthy at the same time? You can, and this salad pizza hits the spot. To make it even quicker, stop at your local pizza shop and grab a bag of their ready-made dough.
Fattoush is a classic Middle Eastern salad made with chopped tomato, romaine, herbs, and cucumber. It’s usually topped with small pieces of crispy, deep-fried pita bread and generously sprinkled with sumac, a delicious, tart spice with a slight raisin or sun-dried quality and bright crimson color. It’s one of Faith’s favorites.
This dish is a guaranteed winner, according to an array of dinner guests, some of them chefs. Even picky eaters, kids and grown-ups alike, seem to go for this recipe. Tempted? Picture the sprouts blanched, shredded, then mixed with fresh orange, pan-fried crispy prosciutto, toasted nuts and Parmigiano-Reggiano. Squeeze of fresh lemon…heaven on the table […]
It’s tempting, on Thanksgiving, to put out a platter of cheese and crackers and be done with it. But why overwhelm people with rich nibbles? Offer up this (lighter!) easy make-ahead instead.