This creamy full-flavored soup is as perfect for company as it is for the family. If you make the chowder ahead, reheat, then add the spinach just before serving.
Fingerling potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, avocados and lemon vinaigrette put a surprising–and nutritious–summertime spin on the Caesar Salad. This crowd-pleasing recipe, specially developed for the USPB by Chef Nancy Silverton, will soon become one of your favorites! If requiring a gluten-free recipe, check the label of the indicated (*) recipe ingredients to ensure they are gluten-free.
Appetizer, Side Dish
One potato, two potato, three potato, MORE! A crowd-pleasing twist on a traditional potato salad.
Stuffed baked potatoes are a great family-friendly weeknight supper. Here we stuff them with fresh cilantro, salsa and Jack cheese for lots of flavor and cook them in the microwave to make them quick and easy. Make it a meal: Round out the meal with Orange & Avocado Salad.
To save time, use a food processor to slice the potatoes.
This recipe closely resembles a dish from Apulia, pitta di patate. We prefer baking the potatoes, rather than boiling them, as they make for a firmer crust. It will not, however, become fully crisp in either case. The chewy potato character will always dominate.
“Red cooking” is a traditional Chinese braise, a stew made with soy sauce, sherry, and stock. It’s named for the way old-fashioned, unfiltered soy sauce can take on a reddish cast when long-stewed, something modern soy sauces rarely achieve—unless you’ve gone to Chinatown and bought a bottle of heavy, deep soy sauce. In any event, this is a homey dish, very warm and comforting, a bright aromatic spark for a chilly evening. If requiring a gluten-f