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Crisp and cool with an eye-opening burst of heat—we try to keep a jar in the fridge at all times.
A Middle-Eastern salad which could also be served at a party as an appetizer.
Another good change-of-pace hors d’oeuvre – and an easy one to prepare. The mint reveals its...
Not your typical tabouli salad, this is chunkier than most and full of luscious tomatoes. It’s a...
Serve on a bed of lettuce leaves or with cantaloupe slices.
Chef Bill Poirer of Boston’s Sonsie restaurant is known for his fresh takes on classic cuisine and...
When chef Noel Cullen decided to write a book about the fine cooking of Ireland, he heard his share...
Despite its mild taste, parsley packs a nutritional wallop, loaded with vitamin C, iron, calcium,...
Third Prize: Peanut Butter Recipe Contest Winner -2008 Old Farmer’s Almanac
A milder cheese works just as well in this versatile dish, which can be served as an hors d’oeuvre...
I received this from a group I belong to but I made some changes to my taste.
Create a sensational presentation by serving this trifle-inspired dessert in individual wineglasses...
To make these pops without the liqueur, simply add an extra 2 tablespoons sugar.
This dip is really a delightful garlicky hummus. Augmented with other goodies – tomatoes, cucumbers...
This holiday drink, a variation on eggnog made with brandy, was first invented by a British...
I usually start out with at a couple more tomatoes than I will need in case you get some that are...
This is my slight variation of a typical salad/side dish.
Each step is simple to do, but because the gelatin and custard layers have to set up, this is not a...
This tasty hors d’oeuvre and sandwich spread has its origins in northern Italy. If you like you may...
The colorful combination of red and green cabbage, plus the piquant flavor of horseradish makes...
Use this simple but delicious dish as a dip with pita triangles, as a salad served on lettuce...
You can add chutney, curry, chopped cucumber or chopped egg to this.
Place dip in a small bowl in the center of a platter and arrange vegetables around it.
Use it on jellied meats and poultry as well as salads.
Adds “zing” to a meat or vegetable pie.
This Watermelon Basket With Honey-Lime Dressing recipe is one of our favorites from The Old Farmer'...
This is very a light, fresh and cool salad that can be enjoyed anytime and with any meal or just as...
Serve this salad for lunch or as part of a soup-and-salad supper.
The elusive flavor of the black walnuts and the juicy grapes contribute to a superior stuffing for...
Use either of these recipes on cookies, cakes and pastries.
Shredded white radishes, carrots, and zucchini combine to create a tasty and attractive slaw. Chill...
Substitute romaine, watercress, or other greens, but don’t change a thing when you make the ...
Use fresh beets, if possible, in this rosy pink soup.
Try this on paper-thin slices of cucumber and onion.

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