I am a firm believer that coleslaw is BBQ’s best friend. No offense to baked beans, but coleslaw is that fresh, healthy(ish), light accompaniment that turns a hot dog, burger, or pulled-pork sandwich into a deliciously sloppy meal and gives leftovers new life. Have you …
Gyro … tzatziki … words that make my mouth water. But how DO you pronounce these words?
Wait for it …
Wrong … every time!
Well, for most of us it’s true. There are American pronunciations and Greek pronunciations. After a little web-searching I have decided to pronounce gyro (when referring to the sandwich) “yee-roh” and tzatziki “sat-zee-kee”. At least I know it is close enough to be understood when I want to order the Greek god of sandwiches!
Have you ever had one of those friends who defines hospitality? That’s my friend, Lori. I’ve known her for 8 years now, and there are 3 things (at a minimum) I admire about her:
1. Lori’s life is guided 100% by faith.
2. Lori’s smile is genuine at all times.
3. Lori’s hands are almost always holding a small, thoughtful gift of hospitality or appreciation.
These pecans were one of her gifts, placed in a simple cellophane bag and tied with a ribbon or twine and, the greatest gift, recipe attached.
It is time to reap the great benefits of leftover Roast Chicken. My husband’s favorite way to polish off leftover chicken is this salad. Now there are lots and lots of salad recipes using chicken and pasta. This one came from my cousin, Sherry, when I was a poor college student and would occasionally drop by her house to get away from the dorms, talk with her and her husband and play with their four great kids. My timing was pretty perfect… dinner time! This was what she was making on one of those days. I always think of her when I make this.