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Island Dreams Salad Recipe

Island Dreams Salad Recipe

Fresh fresh fresh! This Island Dreams Salad Recipe is very fresh and light. This salad is a little like coleslaw in the sense that it has cabbage.

Seafood Salad Recipe

Seafood Salad Recipe

This is a delicious seafood mix that can be used as either an appetizer when served with crackers, for lunch or dinner on either a bed of lettuce or as a sandwich. Very easy to make and great for parties.

Blue Crab Salad Recipe

Blue Crab Salad Recipe

Give me blue crab salad any day. Sometimes I have it over lettuce, other times in a sandwich. A delicious lunch or dinner, and super easy.

Mango Short Rib Sandwiches Recipe

Mango Short Rib Sandwiches Recipe

The short ribs are so tender and sweet and combined with the onions and peppers, it’s the perfect steak-like sandwich.

Cherri’s Tuna on Toast Recipe

Cherri’s Tuna on Toast Recipe

My mom made this for us on Fridays during lent and it is still one of my favorites to this day. Quicker than tuna casserole and great for 2 people or 10 people. I’m not sure, where the recipe came from.  When I asked my […]

Quick & Easy Peanut Sesame Noodles Recipe

Quick & Easy Peanut Sesame Noodles Recipe

So so yummy. This is one of my favorite lunch dishes since I can make a single serving easily.

Justin’s Childhood Tuna & Pasta Recipe

Justin’s Childhood Tuna & Pasta Recipe

Made by my son when he was 7 years old and this is his start into the culinary arts. Or at least just being able to fend for himself. Yes, it resembles my mom’s “Tuna on Toast” and the ingredients in many Tuna Casseroles. But, […]

Carne Asada Cheesesteak Recipe

Carne Asada Cheesesteak Recipe

Marinade your steak and slice your veggies in advance for a super quick and tasty sandwich. This Carne Asada Cheesesteak Recipe is great for lunch or dinner. Serve the leftover meat, onions and peppers with eggs for breakfast the next day.

Vegetable Chow Mein Recipe

Vegetable Chow Mein Recipe

Fresh chow mein at home is delicious and easy. Well, technically this is Lo Mein, but most people will consider it Chow Mein. I make this all the time for my family, and sometimes (like today), it’s what we are eating for lunch. This recipe is made without meat, so it can go easily with any other stir fry dishes.