Poppy Seed Rolls
Impress your guests with these sweet and savory versions of poppy-seed rolls. From poppy-seed hot dog buns to sweet Hungarian beigli, these poppy-seed rolls rise to any occasion.See Popular Poppy Seed Rolls Recipes
This combination of cornmeal and cheese makes delicious rolls as does the combination of poppy seeds, sesame seeds, and lemon-pepper seasoning. When both flavor combinations are side by side, these rolls will be the hit of your dinner party.
Serve these tiny seeded rolls on an appetizer platter with savory spreads and cheeses.
Yes, the turkey might get most of the attention, but let's get real--it's actually the amazing array of other Thanksgiving recipes at the table that make it a feast worth raving about. Can you imagine a plate without mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, or cranberry sauce? Even the most impressive turkey can't hold down the fort alone.
Spring makes me have lemon cake on the brain, but not just any old lemon cake. I'm talking about three super-citrusy layers smothered with lemon frosting. This is not a new craving.
Brunch on Easter Sunday? It just makes sense. After church services or a morning egg hunt, bring the gang back to your place for a delicious spread.
Fruit salad needs a makeover. Too long has it been the ho-hum addition to buffets and potlucks, a predictable combination of melons, apples and grapes. With summer right around the corner, we figured there was no time like the present to show just how dazzling and varied fruit salad can be.
To be honest, I haven't bought salad dressing in years. Part of the reason is that bottles of salad dressing in the fridge always seem somehow stale to me (even though they appear to keep practically forever -- hey, maybe that's part of the problem). Then there's the issue of that gunky mess that inevitably congeals on the rim of the bottle (ew), and the all-too-often glop that comes pouring out, making your salad into a soup (ugh).
Take a trip to New Orleans with a bowl of crunchy, colorful Mardi Gras Slaw! Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday, is famously and raucously celebrated in New Orleans (as well as in Rio de Janeiro) every year, as people from all over the world gather to indulge in over-the-top food and drink before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season begins the following day, on Ash Wednesday. I'm all for a good party, but will be taking Fat Tuesday a little less literally next week by incorporating healthy Mardi Gras Slaw into my Cajun-inspired menu.
Enjoy better brunch recipes at home with these perfect-for-lingering morning meals.
A lovely recipe with chives, let's say for Caramelized Corn and Red Pepper Salad with Chives, certainly does not revolve around just one humble herb. Nevertheless, why is "chives" in the title at all if they don't impart some kind of special flavor. Like onions and garlic, chives are a strong presence that really dresses up ordinary spreads and appetizers, turns regular mashed potatoes into luscious works of art, and even adds a spark to creamy soups.