19 of Grandma's Best Summer Salads
Think fresh with these tried and true salad recipes inspired by or passed down by grandmas. Get recipes for potato salad, pasta salad, cucumber salad, and more.
This dill vegetable dip is quick and easy to make. Serve it with an assortment of colorful vegetables.
Meatballs are made with ground beef, onions, egg, and bread crumbs, browned in a skillet, and simmered with vinegar, soy sauce, cornstarch, ketchup, and sugar until the sauce thickens.
This is my Grandma's recipes for tangy, sweet Harvard Beets. I have tried other recipes, but none are as flavorful as hers.
No green pepper in this recipe, so it's a hit with kids. We added this to the menu at a children's camp, and it has been a favorite for several years. The mixture is thick, so they are 'neat' rather than sloppy. This freezes and reheats well.
This easy meatloaf recipe calls for a brown sugar and ketchup glaze for a moist and flavorful weeknight dinner idea.
These filled pancakes are served during Russia's Pancake Week (Maslenitsa) celebration before Lent begins. Traditionally they're filled with caviar, jam, sour cream, or mushroom filling.
These three-cheese grilled cheese sandwiches are quick and so easy. Very impressive and even more yummy!
Homemade cream puffs will wow your guests, but they are so easy to make, especially if you fill them with instant vanilla pudding. The baked puff shells are a simple alchemy of milk, butter, water, salt and eggs. Presto!
Allow two days for the hard boiled eggs, chopped onion and canned beets to marinate in a cooked brine of vinegar, sugar, bay leaf and cloves.