Red potatoes, green beans, and red cabbage tossed with a fresh mustard dressing make for a tempting salad that feeds a crowd!

Red potatoes, green beans, and red cabbage tossed with a fresh mustard dressing make for a tempting salad that feeds a crowd! … More Red potatoes, green beans, and red cabbage tossed with a fresh mustard dressing make for a tempting salad that feeds a crowd!

The full color spectrum of bell peppers tossed in lemon juice and roasted with whole cloves of garlic are pureed with fennel infused vegetable broth to create this colorful low-fat soup.

The full color spectrum of bell peppers tossed in lemon juice and roasted with whole cloves of garlic are pureed with fennel infused vegetable broth to create this colorful low-fat soup. … More The full color spectrum of bell peppers tossed in lemon juice and roasted with whole cloves of garlic are pureed with fennel infused vegetable broth to create this colorful low-fat soup.

Onions, carrots, celery and potatoes are cooked in chicken broth before grated cheddar cheese and crumbled bacon are added to this hearty winter soup.

Onions, carrots, celery and potatoes are cooked in chicken broth before grated cheddar cheese and crumbled bacon are added to this hearty winter soup. … More Onions, carrots, celery and potatoes are cooked in chicken broth before grated cheddar cheese and crumbled bacon are added to this hearty winter soup.

This colorful recipe is a modified version of my mom’s chili that I grew up on. It is called 4 way because of the four steps to making your plate: spaghetti first, then crushed crackers, next cheese, and finally the chili. I added the peppers, but the recipe is still great (and faster) without them. To heat things up, just add hot sausage and/or hot chili seasoning packs instead of mild. It is an off-beat recipe that I am sure you will love!

This colorful recipe is a modified version of my mom’s chili that I grew up on. It is called 4 way because of the four steps to making your plate: spaghetti first, then crushed crackers, next cheese, and finally the chili. I added the peppers, but the recipe is still great (and faster) without them. To heat things up, just add hot sausage and/or hot chili seasoning packs instead of mild. It is an off-beat recipe that I am sure you will love! … More This colorful recipe is a modified version of my mom’s chili that I grew up on. It is called 4 way because of the four steps to making your plate: spaghetti first, then crushed crackers, next cheese, and finally the chili. I added the peppers, but the recipe is still great (and faster) without them. To heat things up, just add hot sausage and/or hot chili seasoning packs instead of mild. It is an off-beat recipe that I am sure you will love!

Finely chopped Serrano chilies make this salsa nippy and nice. Combine with tomatoes, onions, cilantro and lime juice, and this salsa is ready for dipping.

Finely chopped Serrano chilies make this salsa nippy and nice. Combine with tomatoes, onions, cilantro and lime juice, and this salsa is ready for dipping. … More Finely chopped Serrano chilies make this salsa nippy and nice. Combine with tomatoes, onions, cilantro and lime juice, and this salsa is ready for dipping.