Potato Salad For Two

POTATO SALAD FOR TWO Bake up a bunch of potatoes, refrigerate, then make individual potato salads as you want them. This way, the dressing and ingredients don't get watered down and old-tasting. It's fresh each time. Thick Lime Cream Sauce is perfect for a mayonnaise substitute. Use your leftover pickle juices to thin the sauce … Continue reading Potato Salad For Two


African Fruit Salad

AFRICAN FRUIT SALAD #2 Yes it's African. What's the matter with that? Hey, I researched it after the fact of naming it African.  Africans eat dates, pineapples and bananas - there's a big history there. That's all the proof I need, that Africans don't require animals in their diet. They just think they do. It's … Continue reading African Fruit Salad


MAPLE MUSTARD MAYO SALAD DRESSING A deliciously simple, creamy dressing for green salads! Makes 3/4 cup 1/3 c. Just Mayo - plain (or any other veg mayo) 2 T. Grade A maple syrup 2 T. prepared yellow mustard 2 T. white Balsamic vinegar 2 T. prepared yellow mustard 1 t. dried tarragon garlic powder to … Continue reading MAPLE MUSTARD MAYO SALAD DRESSING


SPINACH BENEDICT SALAD Fresh spinach, mushrooms, and croutons tossed with a creamy fresh lemon, tarragon and garlic dressing! Topped with matchstick slices of Veggie Canadian Bacon! My plan was to make  a Veggie Eggs Benedict, which would require a stove, a toaster and a blender.  When the lights went out at Kirby Manor and I had … Continue reading SPINACH BENEDICT SALAD


GINGER GARLIC RUSSIAN SALAD DRESSING with orange, soy sauce and hot chili oil! Makes 1-1/4 cups This recipe is dedicated to Russia for engineering a plan to deal with Syria's chemical weapons in lieu of USA's plan to bomb. 1 c. bottled Russian dressing (Kroger brand is gluten-free) 1/3 c. orange juice, preferable not from concentrate 2 … Continue reading GARLIC GINGER RUSSIAN DRESSING


SHARON'S BAGEL SALAD English cucumber, tomato, thin carrot wafers, chopped onion, dried cranberries and soy bacon bits marinated in a Dijon mustard, garlic, cilantro and mint vinaigrette. Tossed with small toasted bagel wedges just before serving! Any Jewish deli could make it! Makes 8 cups Dressing: 1/3 c. olive oil 1/3 c. canola oil 1/3 … Continue reading SHARON’S BAGEL SALAD


BING CHERRY COLESLAW Bing cherries marinated in cinnamon and powdered sugar. Combined with cut green cabbage, sweet onion and celery and  tossed in a sweet creamy soy mayo, cream cheese and spicy brown mustard and celery seed dressing! Makes 6 cups 2 heaping c. fresh Bing cherries, pitted and halved 1/4 c. powdered sugar 1/2 t. … Continue reading BING CHERRY COLESLAW


SOY PEPPERONI ANTIPASTO SALAD Soy pepperoni, tomato, cucumber, marinated artichokes, pickled banana peppers and Kalamata olives marinated in a creamy sweet vinaigrette with fresh herbs, smoked almonds and garlic. Special! Makes 5 cups 1 lg. cucumber, peeled, cut in half from tip to tip, seeded, then cut crosswise into 1/4 inch wide strips 1 lg. … Continue reading SOY PEPPERONI ANTIPASTO SALAD


SPAGHETTI EDAMAME SALAD Thin spaghetti combined with boiled edamame, steamed carrot sticks, green beans, diced onion, green pepper and celery. Tossed with an orange marmalade and fresh ginger and curry vinaigrette with capers! Makes 8 cups ½ lb. dried thin spaghetti, cut in half and cooked in boiling salted water till tender; drain and rinse under cold … Continue reading SPAGHETTI EDAMAME SALAD


THE QUEEN OF KINGS POTATO SALAD Nobody has tasted a potato salad quite like this. The ultimate in flavor and texture! Definitely a WOW dish! Makes 17 cups 2 T. olive oil 2 lg. sweet onions or 4-6 sm. yellow onions, peeled, cut in half from end to end, then in half again, then cut crosswise … Continue reading THE QUEEN OF KINGS POTATO SALAD