An authentic Greek salad from Oia, Santorini in Greece. Traveling through Greece, I feel in love with the Greek salads on the islands because they had no lettuce. When I came home, I was determined to replicate that salad for family and friends. This is a great green salad recipe because extra salad can marinate in the dressing overnight and be eaten the next day in pita pockets as a sandwich.

An authentic Greek salad from Oia, Santorini in Greece. Traveling through Greece, I feel in love with the Greek salads on the islands because they had no lettuce. When I came home, I was determined to replicate that salad for family and friends. This is a great green salad recipe because extra salad can marinate in the dressing overnight and be eaten the next day in pita pockets as a sandwich.

Mimicking the slow cooking Moroccan tagine, this fast stove top version made with a variety of vegetables and spices, is full of rich flavor and texture. Enjoy this vegetable tagine served on its own as a hearty stew, or with steamed couscous or warm bread

Mimicking the slow cooking Moroccan tagine, this fast stove top version made with a variety of vegetables and spices, is full of rich flavor and texture. Enjoy this vegetable tagine served on its own as a hearty stew, or with steamed couscous or warm bread

This popular dish originated around Monterey Bay, California. This version, created in San Diego, has a southwest flavor. Serve with large bibs, crab shell crackers, extra bowls for the shells, and finger bowls if you wish. Nice served in large, shallow bowls alongside crusty sourdough bread, a green salad, and chilled white wine. You can vary the seafood according to the catch of the day, yours or your market’s.

Brittany
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