This year especially, a backyard Fourth of July BBQ sounds great, doesn’t it? Here’s how to make a classic with a cool addition.
Shredded chicken is a standby in many households for its meal versatility. Chicken tacos are a popular choice and this version has a tinge of fruit flavor when wrapped with this slaw.
For an easy, fancy alternative that is pleasing on the eyes and the palate, try these hearty breakfast sandwiches.
A staple of picnics and family reunions, almost no dish heralds the dawn of summer more than chicken salad. Grandma’s recipe might be best, but this offering from Lorain County Community College Culinary Arts Institute kicks it up another notch.
Spice up your holiday table with a new take on deviled eggs. These eggs are heavy on the flavor with just a tiny kick of heat.
Create culinary delights with Lake Erie Walleye Small bites with big crunch, Lake Erie walleye filets are the perfect choice for this recipe. Use regular breadcrumbs if you want, but panko crumbs deliver a light, flaky texture and capture the…
Mustard isn’t just for hot dogs and burgers. Using sweet and spicy mustard like Ben’s Sweet & Hot Mustard adds a kick to this favorite summer side dish. Be sure to add a dollop to your favorite potato salad recipe, too. Try it!
Tina Meranda of Meranda-Nixon Winery in Ripley shares her favorite recipe featuring the winery’s luscious reserve Chardonnay, a complex, full-bodied dry white wine with buttery oak and honey flavors that compliment this rich seafood dip.
These are great for a light summer lunch.
Chicken is a mealtime favorite: it’s versatile, family-friendly and good for you. Chicken is a great source of protein with the bonus of being low in fat and calories, especially if you don’t eat the skin.