Persimmon, radish and cucumber stud this tasty salad of salted napa cabbage, onion, and fresh ginger.
This isn't strictly a chutney, but it's a great topping for schnitzel (fried chicken cutlet)! Adds a sweet and spicy flavor.
This makes OOdles and OOdles of coleslaw.
A refreshing, tangy coleslaw. This is my best attempt at recreating a popular local restaurant's recipe.
This is a zesty and rich version of a bean salsa. I make this to take to work for potluck carry-ins and it has always been a favorite.
Very unique flavor that works extremely well served over beef, for instance. Simply place a small amount of the butter over the dish (try steak) while it is still hot; once the butter has begun to melt, spread it evenly over the dish and enjoy.
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.
Man can't live on steaks & burgers alone--we only wish. Here's a salad the whole family will love, but especially the guys.
Coleslaw so good, my grandkids eat it. With Splenda for extra sweetness.
A healthier coleslaw with a kick from hot pepper sauce. You may never go back to the blander mayo variety.
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.
All wise men know how to compromise. If you want better taste than you can get from canned cranberry sauce, but don't have time to make fresh, try this "improved" version of canned.
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.
Beginning man cooks, sit up and take notice. This quick and easy Brussels sprouts recipe is for you.
Get invited to a potluck? Here's a simple but tasty dish you can do that will make everyone happy you showed up.
An easy side dish for your summer barbecue or 4th of July cookout.
This great recipe for fresh corn also uses fresh tomatoes for that peak-of-the-summer flavor. Fresh corn gets so cheap in the summer, might as well use it whenever you can.
When your taste buds are ready for a challenge, whip up this spicy salsa with heat from Tabasco, cayenne pepper, and a jalapeno.