Recipe Index with Links
Here, in one convenient place, find all of Saucy’s recipes indexed by type of food, from Appetizers to Vegetables. Have some coffee and pie…and stay awhile. P~
Pea salad has been a favorite of mine for, well, just about forever. Not only is this salad super simple to prepare, it is so delicious! Sweet peas, hard-cooked eggs, red onions and bacon all combine with a mayonnaise/yogurt dressing. … Continue reading
It’s National Chip and Dip Day…and, well, you know how I love a reason to celebrate anything food related! And since Friday nights have been a sort of traditional appetizer night in the Saucy household, I thought how perfect it would … Continue reading
I really hadn’t intended to publish this recipe, but I posted this picture on The Saucy Southerner facebook page and got a request from my friend, Denise, for the recipe. Colcannon: mashed potatoes with kale, as sauced up by yours … Continue reading
Hummingbird Cake, so sweet it’s said to attract the lovely little birds to feed on it. It is a Southern tradition…and really, I don’t find it horribly sweet at all. It’s like banana bread…as cake…with pineapple and cinnamon and nutmeg. … Continue reading
Black and blueberry pie…with rosemary…enclosed in a sweetened rosemary pâte brisée lattice top…brushed with butter and sprinkled with sanding sugar. Wait, what’s that I hear? Oh, even the birds are singin’!
Happy Pi(e) Day! In honor of this national day of Pi(e)dom, this is the first of two Pi(e) Day installments. I’m starting with the savory tonight…Chicken Pot Pie with a Rosemary Pâte Brisée (fancy for butter pastry). Disclaimer: This isn’t a … Continue reading
This. This stew is so darned good! Another, and probably last, in my prepare-you-to-bust-out-the-Irish posts for Saint Patrick’s Day. While I have made this stew with ground lamb, you can substitute beef. But, don’t. The lamb just makes it!
“Liebster” is a German word meaning dearest, beloved or favorite. The Liebster Award is given by bloggers to other bloggers – intended to showcase exceptional blogs. And, bust my buttons, The Saucy Southerner has been chosen as a recipient…
Colcannon (mashed potatoes with kale or cabbage) and Potato Leek Soup are both traditional Irish dishes. In honor of the upcoming Saint Patrick’s Day, I decided to combine the two…with my own twist, using spinach.