Posted in Side, Vegetable
Tagged cabbage, classic coleslaw, coleslaw, easy coleslaw, fried chicken, how to make coleslaw, Mayo, picnic, purple cabbage, savoy cabbage
The making of homemade mayonnaise is a truly wonderful thing to behold. Whisk oil into egg yolk, and VOILA, you have a magical sauce that makes so many things delicious! After you make this recipe, you will have very little desire to use store bought mayo again! It takes about five minutes to make, uses common ingredients, and is incredibly creamy and delicious, so let’s get to whisking!
Let’s start off with some confession time.
Confession: I have never had a lobster roll.
Now that I’ve got that off my chest we can proceed.
Posted in left overs, Lunch, Sandwich, Seafood
Tagged butter, easy, french bread, lobster, lobster salad, Mayo, recipe, roll, Sandwich
Another killer grilled cheese to report here! After buying some tuna for another recipe, it dawned on me that I could take the classic tuna melt, give it my signature twist and turn it into an amazing grilled cheese! And oh boy, was it delicious! Gruyere and cheddar holding it down on the outside, mixed with salty dill pickle, crunchy celery, a bite of fresh dill and green onion here and there, all surrounding the main attraction: Seared Tuna. Toss out your dry flaky canned tuna, there is a new sheriff in town! You’re still getting your beloved flaky tuna, but now it’s nice and moist, flaking off from around the juicy, tender, rare center of your tuna steak. Talk about gourmet grilled cheese!
Posted in Cheese, Dinner, Fish, grilled cheese, Lunch, National Grilled Cheese Month, Sandwich, Seafood
Tagged 2013, april, celery, Cheddar, cheese, classic, dill, gourmet, Grilled, gruyere, Mayo, melt, national grilled cheese month, Pickle, seared, tuna
So Julia Child is trying to tell us that homemade mayo is easy? Pfff… yeah right…okay… fine, she was right. In fact, she was more than right. To continue on our cooking spree for week 12 of the Julia Child Challenge, we opted to try making Julia’s homemade mayonnaise in a food processor. Now this is the REAL way to make a class act mayo. Let’s get to the recipe before all of your sandwiches start to feel lonely. Continue reading
Posted in Easy, Egg, Gluten Free, How To, JC100
Tagged easy, egg, food, how, Mayo, mayonnaise, processor, to
After picking up an avocado at the grocery store, in hopes that I would do something cool with it, I had planned on making a toasted tomato sandwich with avocado on it. While that would have been a simple and tasty dish, it wasn’t very creative. Fortunately, inspiration struck courtesy of the ingredients in my fridge (red onion mainly!) and the Deconstructed Guacamole Sandwich was created! These tasted great and were super easy to make, perfect for a quick snack or a twist on the traditional guacamole appetizer at at party!
Posted in Appetizer, Bread, Easy, Healthy, Lunch, Sandwich, Snack, Snack, Vegetable
Tagged appetizer, avocado, cilantro, creative, deconstructed, dip, easy, Garlic, guacamole, Mayo, mayonnaise, onion, party, platter, quick, red, Sandwich, tomato
What to do with leftovers?? Here is a simple sandwich made from chicken leftovers, i’m happy just reheating leftovers, but it’s always nice to switch it up and do something a little different with them.
Posted in Chicken, Easy, Grilled, Panini, Sandwich
Tagged BBQ, Beer, Butt, Chicken, Chicken Salad, Grilled, Mayo, Panini, Salad, Sandwich