Site Map : http://www.thedailygreen.com
Index -> NEW GREEN CUISINE -> The Daily Green Recipes
The Daily Green Recipes Home
The Daily Green's special garden tips blogger, Leslie Land, offers up her down-to-earth recipe for Honey Bars. This is a close adaptation of the recipe for Candy Cake in the American Heritage Cookbook, published in 1964 and now out of print but widel
Here's a great recipe for tortilla chip dipping. It's also been known to dress up a plate of scrambled eggs and grilled fish too.
Corn Pancakes with Spicy Peas
Courtesy of The Big Book of Quick & Healthy Recipes, Published by Hearst Books / Sterling Publishing 2007.
Cranberry Almond Coffee Cake
Excerpted from The Baker's Catalogue, ©2006 The King Arthur Flour Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Herb Grilled Turkey Breast with Mushroom Quinoa and Asparagus
Latest findings from the American Institute of Cancer Research show that a simple marinade can act as a barrier to carcinogenic substances that are produced when meat and fish are grilled over an open flame.
Roasted Vegetables and Linguine Salad
Mellow balsamic vinegar moistens the oven-roasted vegetables without adding fat.
Blue Cheese Spread
Quail with Golden-Cherry Barbecue Sauce
Sweet cherries are paired with spicy ginger and a touch of orange juice in our Quail with Golden-Cherry Barbecue Sauce.
Cajeta (Dulce de leche)
The slow cooker allows a mixture of goat's and cow's milk to caramelize to a delicate golden brown with little monitoring. The result is Cajeta, the South American milk caramel sauce also known as dulce de leche.
Country Living's Quick Puff Pastry
Freeze this easy-to-make dough so you always have some on hand.
Celery Root and Apple Slaw
This sure-to-please dish is easy to prepare and travels well - perfect for both picnics and everyday meals.
Cereal Tarts with Yogurt and Fresh Fruit
Crushed cereal, almonds, and maple syrup are pressed into individual tart pans and baked for just 10 minutes. A creamy mix of vanilla and plain yogurts complements the sweetness of the gem-like fruit.
Champagne and Grape Jelly
In our jewel-toned jelly, grapes and champagne form a natural team. Great tasting on toast, it's also dressy enough to star on an hors d'oeuvres platter along with sharp cheese, crisp crackers and seasonal fruit like fresh figs.
Cranberry and Ginger Tea Punch
Tasty and refreshing, this drink is perfect for an outdoor party.
Boneless Chicken with Potato-Pepper Hash
Vegetables with Sesame Vinaigrette
Dried Tomato/Green Onion Couscous
Couscous is not a grain, but a tiny pasta made from semolina flour.
Hot Fruit Salad
A few turns on the grill transforms fresh fruit into a sumptuous finale.
Crispy Citrus and Sesame Fish Fillets
A crust of white and black sesame seeds and a citrus dipping sauce can accent most mild fish fillets.
A delicious twist on the classic baked potato.
Dungeness Crab and Mussel Chowder
For the best from the sea, buy your ingredients from a local purveyor.
Farm Stand Succotash
With fresh soybeans in place of traditional limas, our corn, bacon, and red-pepper succotash takes on a new twist.
Fingerling Potatoes with Asti Spumante
Roasted in lightly sweet sparkling wine and served with a dash of sea salt and chopped fresh parsley, fingerling potatoes become a great accompaniment to grilled steak.
Maple Crunch Oatmeal
Tip: Make only the glazed nuts. Triple the batch and keep on hand to eat alone as a snack. Store in an airtight container.
Perfect for summer entertaining, it can be baked in individual casseroles or in one large dish and served buffet style for casual gatherings.
Pasta e Fagioli with Pesto
Use fresh, locally grown ingredients for very tasty fare. Pesto adds robust flavor to this one-dish pasta supper.
This sure-to-please dish is easy to prepare and travels well.
As easy to make as they are delicious, you'll find these cookies ideal as party fare, gifts, and simple desserts. Wrap these cookies in paper and tie with ribbon for an elegant presentation.
Snap Pea and Marinated Mushroom Salad
Enjoy an easy-to-prepare dish with your friends at an outdoor luncheon.
Fior di Latte Ice Cream with Crunchy Bran Crust, Strawberries and Pinot Noir Sauce
Recipe and image courtesy of Francesco Tonelli.
This loaf is a dense, dark bread with an appealing combination of flours, plus cornmeal for crunch and oatmeal for chewiness. This bread is really delicious with apple butter.
Blue Corn Bread
Blue corn bread is a Native American staple. This recipe is the perfect example of a time-honored baking tradition.
To make them a great accompaniment to a barbecue, add 1/2 teaspoon or more of red pepper flakes to the dry ingredients-that'll be sure to spice things up.
Gluten-Free Lemon Scones
This recipe was inspired by the gluten-free scones created by Carol Fenster, author of Gluten-Free 101.
Blue Corn Crepes
For a sweeter crepe to serve with fresh fruit or maple syrup, add 2 teaspoons sugar to the dry ingredients and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract to the wet ingredients.
Arugula and Watercress Salad
A nice salad to accompany most any meal.
Whole Wheat Cupcakes
Spiced cupcakes that travel well for picnics and school lunch snacks.
Gooey Fudge Cake
Serve with a little ice cream or whipped cream, if you like.
Whole wheat and millet flour give this spice cake a bit more earthiness. If you don't have the millet just use whole wheat flour.
Mango Sour Cream Cupcakes
Mangos are among the most widely cultivated tropical fruit, and here they're matched perfectly with sour cream.
Pan-Fried Steaks With Spinach & Tomatoes
Juicy top loin steaks topped with a garlicky lemon rub are complemented by quickly sauteed vegetables.
Rotelle with Ratatouille
Roasting the eggplant, pepper and onion for this dish may take a little longer than top-of-the-range cooking, but it's low-maintenance, and the resulting rich flavor is worth it.
South-of-the-Border Vegetable Hash
A great recipe for last-minute guests. Serve with a salad of baby greens and some crusty Italian bread.
Mushroom Rice Pilaf
Honey-Soy Glazed Pork Chops
Bread Pudding with Warm Banana-Maple Sauce
This delicious do-ahead dish gets assembled the day before the brunch and baked the following morning. Or, to serve bread pudding the same day, let stand about 30 minutes before baking to allow egg mixture to be absorbed.