This food memory and Blackened Salmon with Heirloom Tomato and Two-Olive Salsa recipe come from Scott Leysath, cookbook author and cooking show host better known as “The Sporting Chef.” Back in the late 80’s, I had my first taste of blackened fish at the place where it all started, K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen. The line to […]
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Artichoke hearts and olives produce a delicious briny flavor which comes to life when mixed with the sweet Italian pairing of roma tomatoes and fresh basil. Try this contemporary homemade salsa with baked pita chips or cut up veggies.
What are the top iconic foods of America? USA Today and 10Best let their readers vote to decide. After tens of thousands of votes, the winner is…?
My husband and girls adore a good bowl of salsa. So yesterday, I tried a new recipe for a homemade version. Twas mighty tasty, so I thought I’d share with y’all.
Top anything with salsa and it is bound to taste delicious. Try this zesty, spicy baked potato for a new twist on the average loaded baked potato.
You may be thinking fresh fruit salsa sounds too summery to bring to a Christmas party, but it’s light and delicious compared to all of the other heavy food associated with the holidays – people won’t be able to stop eating it. The slightly sweet – salty combo is amazing. My favorite fruit to use […]
When it comes to the commercialization of holidays, people tend to point most of their angst towards Christmas. And who can blame them, when it’s not just a day, but a whole season of consumption? I have a similar knee-jerk reaction when it comes to Cinco de Mayo. A day that’s supposed to celebrate Mexican […]