A sweet and salty brine is the secret to this Asian-inspired pork tenderloin. Let the pork tenderloin soak in the brine for 2 to 8 hours to become tender, juicy, and flavorful. Grill and serve the sliced tenderloin with the Asian glaze. Complete the meal with brown rice, glazed carrots, and steamed green vegetables.
A tasty alternative to the typical picnic potato salad is made with roasted red potatoes, bacon, eggs, green onion, celery and mayonnaise. It's easy to make and you can adjust most ingredients to suit your own personal taste.
A light summery vegetable salad just right as a side dish at a BBQ or main dish for a simple luncheon. The first time I made this for a family dinner, my Mom and I ate it ALL before the dinner started, it was so delicious!
Spread your bread with the earthy flavors of the Italian countryside. Cream cheese, garlic, artichoke hearts, olives, green onions, sun-dried tomatoes, parsley and chives all converge to make a rich and colorful appetizer.
The Iroquois Indians cultivated and used the Three Sisters (corn, squash and beans) in their diet. This is a recipe passed down by our relatives. You may use regular corn instead of hominy, but hominy is more traditional.
This colorful and elegant side dish is so easy to make. I love making this with beets and shallots straight from our local farmers' market. Green onions or chives may be substituted for the shallot if you prefer.
Moderately spiced crab meat rolled into Thai spring roll sheets before quickly 'pan' deep-fried and dipped into a magical, tangy dipping sauce! Arrange on lettuce leaves with the dip in the center for a stunning presentation.
Thinly-sliced beef is flavored with a complex, sweet and salty marinade with pear juice, soy sauce, garlic, and sesame seeds, then grilled with optional mushrooms and onions for an authentic Korean dish.