It was almost biblical…six or eight cold boiled shrimp left from a feast at supper the night before. A hungry horde to feed, a 5:00 dinner challenge… A wonderful, very easy recipe was given to us by true south Georgian gentleman…a sort of “five fishes” type for limited leftovers. It was his late mother’s concoction and promised to be delicious… Southern Shrimp Salad Ingredients Leftover
Edible Sand via Household Ways Yoo Hoo Ice Cream by Southern Plate Shrimp Salad Easy Cucumber Salad Cucumber and Vinegar Salad Veggie Plate Avocado Egg Salad Guacamole Hummus Spinach & Fruit Salad Cookies & Cream Meal Plan: Just a Sandwich (whole lot of recipes!) My Egg-Free Tuna Salad (not made with mayo!) recipe at Food Allergies on a Budget.
Sharing my top ten favorites for this time of year. Easter and spring desserts for a bridal luncheon or baby shower, Mother’s Day. There’s so much to celebrate… Aunt Kathy’s Lime Cake – for every spring celebration! Grandma’s Glazed Strawberries and Bananas – so easy! Nana’s Coconut Cake – an Easter tradition. Sunflower Peeps Cake – fun for spring or summer. Frozen Fruit Salad and
Nana fed this to us back over the Christmas holidays. It was so different – and delicious. And it had Fritos in it! Definitely an easy Fast Food for Slow Sundays addition. Either as a side dish or the main course! I hear it is adapted from a Paula Deen corn salad recipe. Corn Salad Ingredients 2 cans whole kernel corn, drained 2 cups grated
We enjoyed fresh, boiled shrimp at the beach last week. Believe it or not, we had some left over. So, we threw together a shrimp salad. No certain amounts but just a few key ingredients. : Shrimp Salad leftover, boiled shrimp chopped pickle mayo, approximately 2 tablespoons. Old Bay Seasoning, to taste. Peel and chop shrimp. Chop pickles into very small pieces. Add about 2
I love avocado. I also love a fabulously easy, scrumptiously delicious recipe from The Pioneer Woman. Especially on a Saturday. Or any day. Now the recipe called for pulsing in a handy chopper. But out of sheer avoidance of dirtying something else, I just smushed it with a knife and fork. So, really, it doesn’t look as purty as PW’s. But that smashing green sandwich
A simple summer spread to beat the same ol’ regular. And to enjoy your summer garden! Three ingredients… : Cucumber Salad 1-2 cucumber 3 oz cream cheese dill weed salt and/or pepper, optional Finely chop cucumber. Mix in cream cheese and dill weed. Can add a splash of milk if it seems dry. Season to taste with dill weed and a bit of salt
This salad is so simple. Just get your favorite bag of spinach. Top with any or all of the following: shredded mozzarella chopped fruit (apple, strawberry, mandarin oranges) nuts (we use sunflower seeds to keep allergic children safe), avocado, your favorites! Dressing (we use Italian) I made this real quick for lunch after church. I chopped extra slices of apple for those that haven’t quite