There are many different recipes for potato salad, but one of my favorite ones is the Suburban Potato Salad. I love the added color and texture created by the fruit and vegetables. It makes a very nice addition to other party foods, as well as a side dish for lunch, dinner, picnic, or barbecue. This recipe makes about 6 cups of salad.
My sister-in-law shared this recipe withe me, and I prepared it for my daughter’s Memorial Day party.
It is somewhat similar to a Taco Dip, but much creamier, and with a little more kick to it. There was lots of positive feedback from everyone who tried it. I made this dip with only 6 layers, since I omitted the black olives (I am not a big fan of olives).
Here is another recipe for my vegetarian friends, and one I like preparing for my family on meatless days, especially during Lent. It requires only few ingredients, and is quick and simple to prepare, unless you decide to make home-made pasta, which I did for this recipe (making your own pasta is much easier than you probably imagine). This recipe serves 4-6.
Here is another meatless dish, which is quick, easy, and nutritious. Perfect for a busy mom who strives to serve her family a healthy meal. These are perfect alone, or accompanied by a nice serving of garden salad, or a bowl of soup. This recipe serves 2-4.
One of my favorite recipes from my mom, is a recipe for crepes. She usually filled them with creamed, and sweetened, farmer’s cheese. I like my crepes filled with fresh fruits, or fruit preserves ( I use Smucker’s Sugar Free Fruit Preserves), served with fruit syrup (also by Smucker’s), and whipped cream. This dish may be served as a light main course, or as a dessert. Makes about 8 crepes.