For fish lovers, there is nothing quite like fresh grilled tuna. This recipe, simply seasoned with olive oil and lime, lets nothing stand in the way of the wonderful flavor of the fish, and gives the tuna a bright touch with the addition of freshly squeezed lime.
Spiedies are the pride and joy of the Greater Binghamton area of N.Y. They are such an important part of life there that the biggest party of the year celebrates them - The Spiedie Festival and Balloon Rally brings thousands into the area every summer. Chunks of chicken (my favorite), pork, lamb (traditional) or venison are marinated in a mixture of oil, vinegar and herbs for 1 to 3 days, skewered, grilled and served on Italian bread with no condiments.
Quinoa, butternut squash, zucchini, cranberries, and dried apricots add flavor and color to a pilaf-like dish that's gluten-free and nice to serve as a Thanksgiving side dish or used to stuff a turkey.
This Egg Drop soup is born from a love of the soup and MANY trips to my favorite Chinese restaurant (asking them many questions) resulting in this variation...Compare it to your local restaurant...The simplicity is the key. Soup can be re-heated or frozen and re-heated.
A mixture of cole slaw, green onions and broccoli combined with a dry mixture and a delicious dressing to create a wonderful salad that everyone will want the recipe for. Great for family, church, or barbeque gatherings!
Lobster is chopped up and stewed with ground pork and flavored with Asian flair. This stuff is so, so good! My grandma, who is Chinese, makes this every time I go to see her, ever since I was little. I love this stuff!!!