4th of July, Labor Day

Red White and Blue Recipe Round Up

Leslie Miller of Blythe’s Blog has plenty of red, white, and blue spirited recipes for your 4th of July celebration!


Red White and Blue Potato Salad

I catered an event for 100 people. I was asked to make potato salad. Making potato salad makes me nervous! People are very particular about their potato salad and making it for 100 is tricky. I used 3 kinds of potatoes – red, purple and white. I did this so I did not have to peel them (all 16 pounds!). Fortunately, I had the foresight to boil the purple (our blue in the red, white, and blue) ones separately! They would have turned the entire dish a grayish or blueish tinge. I scaled the recipe down for you! This is a very simple and basic recipe, but it ended up being a big hit!

Red, White & Blue Potato Salad (1280x960)

Follow link for your own red, white, and blue – http://blythesblog.com/recipe/red-white-blue-potato-salad/

101 Hamburger Ideas!

What are you going to grill this 4th of July weekend? Here are a few ideas!

4th of July, Labor Day

Follow link for 101 ideas – http://blythesblog.com/2014/05/101-hamburger-combinations/

Homemade Gourmet Condiments

Step it up a notch on 4th of July this year! Make some interesting condiments for burgers and dogs. I have recipes for honey mustard and chipotle mayo sauces. The Comeback Sauce is a southern recipe, known as the ‘queen mother’ of sauces! It’s extremely popular in Jackson, Mississippi — it’s great on salads, but also as a dip for all sorts of meats… it’s sort of similar to Thousand Island but much, much better! To get all 4 sauce recipes visit Blythe’s Blog! (Use the MasterCook recipe clipper to save Curry Ketchup recipe below.)

homemade curry ketchup

Follow link gourmet condiment recipes – http://blythesblog.com/recipe/gourmet-condiments/

Homemade Curry Ketchup

Homemade Curry Ketchup
By Blythe’s Blog
Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 5min
Ingredients:
– ½ tablespoon oil
– 2 teaspoons onion powder
– 1 – 1 ½ tablespoons curry poweder
– 1 cup ketchup
– ½ tablespoon Sweet Hungarian Paprika
– ½ cup water
Instructions:
Put ketchup, water and spices in a saucepan and simmer uncovered until sauce thickens a bit about 5 minutes. Taste and adjust the seasoning. Refrigerate and serve with brats, hamburger or hot dogs.

Blythe’s Blog

After 20 years of corporate career, Leslie Blythe Miller decided that the time had come to follow her passion for cooking. Leslie sees her blog as a daily diary of all things food and cooking related. Leslie takes great pride in being able to keep her content fresh and current.  Since its inauguration, Leslie has posted to her site every day, from Monday to Friday, even while going through a major illness, where she relied upon guest bloggers to ensure a constant flow of compelling content. Leslie Blythe Miller is a graduate of the Culinary Business Academy and has studied atLa Varenne in Paris and has a BA from Sarah Lawrence College.  She has lived in New York, London, Paris, and Los Angeles. She enjoys bringing her love of travel and passion for cooking to your table.
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