- Babble.com | Shine Supper Club | Tue, Dec 10, 2013 11:46 AM EST | CommentsI started making this salad a few years ago when I needed a last-minute salad to take to a Christmas party. I was in charge of making salad for about 100 people. Not a small feat! I was able to pull together a healthy, delicious, simple holiday green salad with ingredients I already had on hand (minus the greens!). The salad was a huge hit at the party and I've been making it every year since then.
Simple Holiday Green Salad with Orange Vinagrette
The salad's popularity comes from how simple and delicious it is. The vinaigrette is made with fresh orange juice and white wine vinegar with a spicy ginger kick. I've made it with both ground and fresh ginger, depending what I had on hand, and both ways are fantastic. The fresh ginger gives it a burst of freshness, but it's the pinch of cloves and cinnamon that gives it a little something extra that people love, but can't quite put their finger on. I like to add candied walnuts or pecans for extra crunch and sweetness.Read More »
- Everyday Food | Shine Supper Club | Fri, Dec 6, 2013 12:31 PM EST | Comments"Soup season is officially here, and as the temperatures drop, I'm always seeking out new recipes that will not only warm me up but fill me up too. That's why today I'm whipping up an easy (and body-warming) sweet-potato-and-sausage stew. Talk about comfort food! Each bite of this hearty dish is loaded with vegetables, sweet sausage, and wilted greens. And to make this a more filling meal, I've added some small shell pasta to the pot. This is definitely what I want for dinner tonight, and all winter long."
-Everyday Food's Sarah Carey
Sweet Potato-Sausage Soup1 tablespoon olive oil
1 large yellow onion, diced large
2 cloves garlic, minced
Salt and pepper
3/4 pound sweet Italian sausage, casings removed
2 sweet potatoes (1 pound total), peeled and diced medium
4 cups chicken broth
3/4 cup small pasta shells
4 cups roughly chopped mixed greens, such as kale and Swiss chard
Grated Parmesan, for serving
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- Everyday Food | Shine Supper Club | Mon, Dec 9, 2013 3:26 PM EST | Comments"Hello, holiday season! Right now, I bet you're looking for a few simple -- and simply delicious -- meals that will keep you well-fed through these next few festive weeks. Today's recipe for roasted chicken thighs with cauliflower and parsley is not only an incredibly comforting meal, it's an easy one to whip up -- it has just five ingredients! And while this recipe creates wonderfully crispy chicken skin, it's the gently browned and richly flavored roasted cauliflower that's completely irresistible. Bon appetit!"
-Everyday Food's Sarah Carey
Chicken with Cauliflower and Parsley
Coarse salt and ground pepper
1 head cauliflower (about 1 pound), cut into large florets
1/4 cup fresh parsley leaves, chopped
2 tablespoons sherry vinegar
1 tablespoon capers, rinsed
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1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Heat a large ovenproof skille
Every week on Food52, contributor Jenny Steinhauer is in perpetual search for easy, weeknight recipes to attempt to feed her family. When they balk, she just eats more.
Today: Salmon gets a new weeknight treatment.
Salmon is a weekly offering in my house, largely because my fish guy sells the best I've ever had, and because everyone in my house loves it, the only form of unity we have beyond our collective ability to watch "Napoleon Dynamite" 100 times.
Usually a nice dose of salt in a hot oven will do with this fish, but sometimes one wants variety. A good choice in that event is Tangy Teriyaki Salmon.
This is a typical Asian preparation, but you cook the fish right in the sauce rather than marinating Mr. Salmon, and then reduce said sauce a bit with some onions, in sort of a French twist. Sort of. Watch this dish on the stove, friends; I would never cook salmon for 15 minutes but you need to cook it to your temperature preference.
5 salmon filets...Read More »
- Samsung | Author Blog Posts | Mon, Dec 9, 2013 11:30 AM EST | CommentsHosting a holiday cocktail party is a wonderful way to celebrate the season with family and friends. Don't let stress slow you down; an effortless cocktail party that will entertain and delight your guests can be achieved! How can you pull it of? Follow these six simple steps.
A candy cane martini is a fun drink for a holiday cocktail party.
1. Focus on your strengths.
Are you best with appetizers and cocktails? Or do you dazzle with desserts and wine? Stick to what you do well and what you enjoy when you're hosting a party during the holiday season. If you love to host, but need help in the kitchen, don't hesitate to enlist some support from willing guests.
2. Shine things up.
Don't worry about redecorating the house in time for your holiday cocktail party, but do spend time cleaning, focusing especially on the main floor where guests will be socializing. The Samsung Kitchen Suite is well-known for the anti-fingerprint coating on the stainless steel surface, making your kitchen appliances shine. If only your silverware and serving platters were as e...Read More »