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From The Earth Salad with Sherry Vinaigrette
This From The Earth Salad with Sherry Vinaigrette is aptly named after our nearby brewery where it can be found on the menu. The ingredients in this salad are simple and colorful and fresh. Tangy feta, with blistered tomatoes and crisp corn pair perfectly with creamy avocado and fresh cucumber and greens. Then there’s the Sherry Vinaigrette. Just the right balance of vinegar to honey to aromatic shallot and garlic.
Fresh Mexican Street Corn Dip You’ll Love
Sharing Fresh Mexican Street Corn Dip You’ll Love. Your family will request. And your neighbors will covet. We’ve taken classic Mexican street corn and cut it off the cob. Because scooping corn chips through creamy fresh grilled corn that’s bursting with chili and lime flavors …is FUN!!
Caribbean Couscous Salad
This Caribbean Couscous Salad is inspired by the refreshed bright feeling a vacation brings to your soul. We’re just back from the US Virgin Islands (St. John) where we celebrated Shelby’s 30th birthday with a special getaway.
Fire Roasted Corn & Poblano Salsa
Fire Roasted Corn & Poblano Salsa has the right balance of crunch with a mild smoky heat balanced by fresh squeezed lime juice and seasonings. Simple ingredients. Fresh bright flavors.
Spring Chopped Salad Delivers Comfort
This Spring Chopped Salad is bursting with colorful veggies, peppery baby arugula, comforting orzo pasta, and the best fresh herb vinaigrette on the planet. Truth. I wanted to deliver something beautiful, vibrant and healthy to a special new mom who had just done the same.
Southwest Vegetarian Tacos
The key to bringing big flavor to these Southwest Vegetarian Tacos is to oven roast the veggies. Virtually any vegetables will work in these tacos, but I love sweet potato, onion and zucchini as my base – I added corn and jalapeño to give it a nice Southwest flavor flare.
Low-Country Boil Skewers
I adore Low-Country Boils. Having said that I can count on one hand how many times I’ve had the pleasure of enjoying them. When I have, it has been at a neighborhood gathering or a backyard get together where there was a crowd to feed. Today I came up with a fun way to prepare it for two (or for twenty-two).
Fresh Cream-Style Corn
Fresh Cream-Style Corn. On the East Coast we are heading into the season of fresh local produce. Soon the Farmers’ Markets will reopen, where rows of pick up trucks piled high with ‘corn on the cob’ will sit. I want us to be ready.