A delicious ham salad for sandwiches or on top of your favorite crackers.
I pull all the meat off a rotisserie chicken, cut it into small bite size pieces, and add paprika, dry mustard, mayo, and celery. Sample as you fold in all the ingredients!
An easy to make sandwich blending the flavors of tuna, avocado and chipotle peppers that results in a tasty, lower-fat alternative to the standard tuna salad sandwich. Easily makes six sandwiches. I prefer using "bolillos" (Mexican rolls) but toasted white or whole-wheat bread works well too. Serve with any kind of chips, tomato wedges, celery sticks etc.
Odd sounding sandwich, but it is delicious. Hey, you might be out of mayo someday and have a hankering for a sandwich!
One of the most basic sandwiches and easy to make.
Here's a great snack kids can make themselves. It is a like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but with a small tortilla instead.
A refreshing, tangy coleslaw. This is my best attempt at recreating a popular local restaurant's recipe.
A refreshingly easy lunch treat.
Healthy school lunch for kids and adults.
Makes a thick spreadable paste similar to the Loma Linda Sandwich Spread that has been discontinued or Humus. I like it on home made bread with a dill pickle but it is good plain. It is also an excellent cracker spread. Seasonings are optional; you can try other nut butters if you're not into peanuts.
A cool recipe that you can serve as a salad or a main course. Hot peppers & radishes may be served as a garnish.
A delicious late spring salad that can be prepared with leftover corn and asparagus from the barbeque the night before.
Give your wrists a nice workout and your guests the flavor of this tasty basting sauce for beef or poultry.
A healthier coleslaw with a kick from hot pepper sauce. You may never go back to the blander mayo variety.
A hearty marinade that works best with that heartiest of meats, the steak. Inspired by Boomdog02's "Grilled "Stout" Skirt Steak."
Fresh, healthy chicken salad. Eat it plain, put it in a sandwich, or even on a bed of lettuce if you're feeling fancy.
This dish has a long history, from the Acadians (who became the Cajuns) and then eventually to the U.S. Army. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A slight Southwestern flavor for this picnic bean salad, with red pepper and black beans as part of the mix.
Lime juice brings out the flavor of this tangy, spicy bean salad.
Just a little flavor nudge from curry turns this into great egg salad for sandwiches or to eat on its own.