There are different ways to make grilled eggplant salad, a very common summer salad in my country. This is a version called 'agioritiki' named from mount Athos (Agion Oros). It's refreshing with smoky flavor and can stay refrigerated up to three days. Serve it as a salad or on top of whole-wheat bread slices.
If you love the crisp fried noodle strips often used as garnishes in Chinese restaurants, try making your own with just 2 ingredients -- egg roll wrappers and vegetable oil. Serve the crispy treats in sweet and tangy duck sauce and spicy Chinese mustard sauce.
Spaghetti is the pasta backbone of this light salad featuring lots of sweet grape tomatoes, black olives, and sliced fresh mushrooms in a dressing with a Mediterranean vibe. It's perfect for a summer day.
A traditional New England clam bake that will feed a small army! You will have to plan ahead for this one. Lobsters, clams, mussels, potatoes, fish, corn, hot dogs, sausage, and onions all baked/steamed together in layers, in a hole you dig on the beach. Serve with lots of melted butter and bread for sopping up all the delicious juices.
This has ground turkey, salsa, corn, great Northern beans and jalapeno pepper Cheddar cheese. I requested this recipe from my co-worker after she brought it into one of our many potlucks. It is very tasty and a little spicy; if you don't like it spicy, cut the amount of cheese in half - it will still have a little kick! This recipe is really easy, and even the pickiest eaters will love it.
A wonderful, easy, creamy hot dip that even sauerkraut haters love. I often take this to work potlucks because I can assemble it at work. Just throw everything in and stir a few times. Also, it's delicious when it's overcooked and kind of dry!