I would consider my “Signature” or most requested dishes.
5. Vegetarian Black Bean Soup. I just blogged about this a few weeks ago, but I’ve been making this for a few years now. It’s a great and easy riff on traditional tortilla soup, and it turns out great every time! Definitely a crowd pleaser.
4. Green Beans with Caramelized Onions and almonds. I’ve seen a few Food Network personalities make versions of this dish, so one Thanksgiving I decided to combine a few recipes and give it a try. It quickly became a staple at my family’s Thanksgiving table.
3. Rice Krispie treats. This one is so easy, but so good. Whenever I make a version of rice krispie treats to bring to a party, they get raves. I love them too, but I feel like people don’t realize that all I did was melt butter and marshmallows and add cereal. I usually make them because I need to pull something together at the last minute, and quickly realize that I could have made a soufflé and gotten fewer compliments.
2. Granola. I saw a recipe for granola about three years ago and decided to give it a try. At the time, I didn’t even realize you could bake granola at home. Three years later, my mother requires me to make a big batch to leave with her every time I visit her house.
1. Buttermilk Pancakes. My grandmother trained me to make these with my great grandmother’s recipe at a very early age. By the way, this is my great grandmother Sarah Church, aka Sadie. This is my number one requested dish by friends and family hands down. They are simple, light, and fluffy every time!
What is your best dish?
2 thoughts on “Five Things”
Fun post. 1) Warm chanterelles salad – adapted from Saveur Cooks French. 2) Shrimp & Peas Orrechiette – Cooling Light. 3) Corned beef brisket – guinness and a stick of butter (its a killer St. Patty’s day party, and ok, maybe more than 1 stick) 4) Teriyaki flank steak – mom’s recipe and 5) Meatballs – Bobby Flay’s recipe.
5) love it– I already made my spin on it 🙂