Lemon Chicken Thighs
Chicken thighs bathed in a silky lemon sauce is bound to become a new favorite.
Toasted Garlic Grits
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Soup Recipes from a Portland Community
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A full-flavored salad blended with curry, cumin, Dijon mustard and pepper cultivates a slightly fiery taste. Combine the sweetness of the grapes with the crunchy texture of walnuts for a unique combination of flavors for your palate. Enjoy as a perfect summery fare for a picnic lunch or savory dinner.
Some curry powders pack more punch than others, and the more curry powder you use, the stronger its flavor will be. Start with the smaller amount, knowing you can always add more if it is too mild.
Walnuts and currants add pizazz to this chicken salad.
A simple dressy coats red and green cabbage, and walnuts and cranberries provide a surprise taste.
Tiny couscous grains are made from semolina, the same wheat product that is used in making pasta. Like pasta, it is dried, and has a subtle flavor that adapts well to a variety of flavorings and additions, and it is equally good served hot with a sauce or cold in a salad. For this recipe, use a box of plain couscous, without added seasonings. After a brief sojourn in hot water, it is ready to use.
Have fun picking a variety of citrus fruits to use in this dessert salad. Sweeter varieties work best, but you can add some lemon or lime slices for those who like the contrast of tart with sweet.
This recipe makes more honey walnuts and vinaigrette than you will need for four servings. Both components may be used on another salad, and the nuts are delicious on their own.
This is the salad for blue cheese lovers. Pair with a grilled steak and boiled baby red skin potatoes for a classic steak house meal.
Snow peas, ginger, and fresh mint combine in this Asian-inspired chicken soup.
Vermont's New Maple Syrup Grading System
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