Nourishing Soup And Salad
Black Bean Salad
Bohnensalat (German Bean Salad)
Chili Chicken Salad
Pinto Bean Salad
Carrot Salad with Lemon Dill Dressing
Creamy Green Pea and Cheese Salad
Cream of Broccoli Soup
Dungeness Crab Bisque
Maryland Cream of Crab Soup
Betty Groff's Potato Soup
German Style Sauerkraut
Layered Caribbean Chicken Salad
Red Sweet and Sour Dressing
Patti's Poppy Seed Dressing
My Mom's French Dressing
Chicken/Turkey SaladThis is a great idea for leftover turkey or chicken. When we get really hungry for it I sometimes will buy one of those rottisserie chickens at the grocery store and make it. I like to eat it with crackers, my in-laws use my recipe and put it on hoagie rolls. I should have posted this earlier for all the leftover Thanksgiving Turkey, guess I am the turkey, ha ha.
Black Bean SaladI was looking for something new and different to serve at family picnics that you wouldn't have to worry to much about keeping at room temperature. I came up with this and it was a hit. Hope you enjoy.
Bohnensalat (German Bean Salad)When we lived in Germany we came to love their many different salads, this was our absolute favorite.
Greek DressingI got this in an e-mail and just had to share it. Sounds different than what I usually make.
Cream of Broccoli SoupWho doesn't love cream of broccoli soup? I know I do, this recipe has been around in our house a long time and we love it
Maryland Cream of Crab SoupThis soup tastes even better the next day,after the flavors have a chance to blend. This is a good prepare ahead dish. Next day just reheat over low heat, stirring often, until soup is hot but not to the boiling point
Betty Groff's Potato SoupBetty Groff is the first cook I ever took an interest in, way back in the 60s. When we moved to PA I couldn't believe my luck when my husband went to the Farm Show in Harrisburg and got me a signed cookbook from her.
Seafood ChowderThis has been one of our families favorite soups for a long long time. It is quite hearty and great comfort food for in the cold winter months.
Layered Caribbean Chicken SaladThis was a Pillsbury Bake Off Winner in 2004 (runner up) By: Barbara Jansky We cooked the chicken on the grill for this recipe. When I had made the dressing I tasted it and wasn't sure about it but decided to go ahead and use it since that is what the recipe called for, it was great, so very different. We loved it and I just had to share so others could try it.I also doubled the dressing because it looked like it wouldn't be enough, it was a good call. Servings 6 (1 1/2 cups each)
Red Sweet and Sour DressingI love making home made dressings. They are so easy, and you can easily change ingredients to get exactly the taste you want.
My Mom's French DressingMy sisters and I always loved this dressing and now my family really enjoys it. We like to put this dressing on shredded cabbage or cauliflower sometimes for a different type of salad. We also add bacon and shredded cheese to these salads. Of course it is great on good old ice berg lettuce.
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