Roasted marrow bones are a simple, delicious treat that’s surprisingly easy to make at home. Just roast the bones, then scoop the marrow out, spread it on toast, and top it with a little parsley salad. Voila: Instant carnivorous bliss.
Posts tagged "salad"
These noodles are one of my favorite things to bring to a picnic. They’re a little salty, a little sweet, and only get better once they sit in the fridge overnight. They’re super simple to make, and will keep for about week in the fridge. They have an excellent balance of salt (from soy sauce), […]chili, garlic, ginger, noodles, Pasta & starch, salad, sesame
Summer’s coming. This means a lot of things for The Mouse House, not the least of which is a lot more barbecue. Now, I like my barbecue more on the melt-your-face-off-hot side of things. This slaw is cool, crisp, and oh-so-refreshing�making it a great counterpoint to any kind of spicy food. (Looking for another easy […]fennel, green onion, jicama, orange, salad
I remember versions of this from summer picnics when I was a little mouse. It’s one of the first things I love to make when the winter weather starts to break. This salad is a cool and classic combination of sour cream and dill. To prepare it, you soak the cuke slices in a little […]cucumber, dill, lemon, pickle, salad, sour cream
Who hated beets when they were a kid? Raise your hand. Me, too. I couldn’t stand them when I was a little mouse. They were either pickled and vinegary or boiled and vinegary. Either way, they were just all-around icky. (And, did I mention…vinegary?) They were *almost* as bad as saurkraut. Not quite. But almost. […]beets, chive, orange, salad
I’ve had a lot of requests for this lately when we have a barbecue. The crisp beans are a refreshing balance for smoky, spicy pork ribs or a perfectly charred sirloin. The toasty sesame dressing gets its sweetness from a drizzle of seasoned rice wine vinegar—and of course, from the peas themselves. Turkish Aleppo chili […]salad, sesame, snap peas
So it finally stopped raining in Boston. While the rain’s been bad for just about everyone and everything lately, my veggies have been loving it. I have more peppers and tomatoes than I know what to do with. Here’s a quick and easy chopped salad that goes really well with a grilled steak and a […]Gardening, peppers, salad, tomatoes
This is one of those recipes that’s better the next day. And even better the one after. It’s a good base pasta salad recipe, so you can add anything else that you want to it (little bits of crispy bacon, other veggies, different kinds of cheese), but I think it’s perfect as is. Old Fashioned […]mom, Pasta & starch, salad