A spin on a traditional favorite, this recipe combines corn and rye flours along with butter and deep brown sugar to make a deliciously toasty, exceptionally comforting shortbread. The darker the sugar, the more rich it seems to taste.
A traditional side dish from the Alsace region of France, in the country's northeast corner near the German border, this rich onion tart pairs bacon and caramelized onions in a creamy sauce baked in a pie shell.
The fresh lime juice and mustard add a nice tang to this moist and flaky grilled salmon. I came up with this marinade after tasting something similar at a friend's house and it is now one of our favorite ways to do fish. You may also use other firm fish steaks instead of salmon; halibut, tuna and swordfish all work well.
These sumptuous, habit-forming ribs can be mild, to very spicy depending on your taste. My husband and I like things HOT, and the honey, mustard, onion and spices blended together will have you beggin' for more! The ribs have a beautiful presentation and will be well-enjoyed at intimate dinners, as well as backyard barbeques.
Having two different lettuces, Romaine and red leaf, is a nice touch in this hearty tossed salad. And there's a nice balance of soft and crunchy: tomatoes and mushrooms to sesame seeds and almonds. Colorful too.