When I lived in Germany (in Baden-Württemberg, specifically), I had spectacular side salads at restaurants in multiple cities. They consisted of lettuce with julienne vegetables (possibly carrots, beets, and/or cabbage) and corn, usually with some potato salad on the side. The details escape me, but I believe some of the vegetables may have been soaked in the dressing first. I've tried recreating the salad and its dressing, but to no avail. Do you know of a recipe/techniques for this? Thank you! I'm pressing my thumbs that a fellow SEer knows about this!
Haven't had enough melty, carby goodness lately? The Wisconsin Grilled Cheese Academy offers some splendid takes on grilled cheese, including wonders such as The Bianca: Wisconsin Mascarpone, dulce de leche, and raspberry preserves on cinnamon raisin bread. It's a good place for some inspiration in times of craving.
Best part: you can sort by type of cheese. Worst part: a headless voice describes the sandwiches to you.
You can submit your own sandwich ideas through Facebook, if you're so inclined.
After a recent ulcerative colitis diagnosis I am still in a flare and am having a horrible time finding good online resources with low-residue recipes. Am I missing something? Have any of you found any gems to help with your Crohns, colitis or whatever else has you on a low-residue diet? I'm open to print resources too, as long as the recipes are interesting and not just "chicken, rice, steamed vegetable" standards. I'm sure that there are more IBDers on Serious Eats who would appreciate anyone's insight.
Does anyone have any ideas for a picnic lunch following a wedding? I will have eight people attending, want something I can make a day or more ahead of time (I will have guests beginning the day before the wedding), can be served cold or room temperature, and will be nice enough to follow my best friend's wedding. Wine, cheese and fruit are obvious choices, but I would like something a bit "dressier" for such a special occasion. It should be a compete (filling) meal. Thank you!
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