Don’t be afraid to make this classic New Orleans sandwich ahead of time. It gets better as it sits and the flavors of the olive salad soak into the roll. Makes 1 sandwich.
You might call this sandwich a portable version of America's breakfast favorite, ham 'n eggs. You can plan ahead and keep a dozen hard-cooked eggs on hand in your fridge (just in case you get the craving to whip up a few of these). Serves 2-3
San Francisco Dog: Carrot, Cucumber and Radish Salad with Herb Mayonnaise Inspired by the incredible farms and restaurants around the Bay Area, this little salad topping is refreshing and beautiful. The green-flecked mayo adds a touch of richness. Makes 8
We put quite a bit of thought into all of our recipes to get just the right combinations of tastes. As a result we find out things like this … Dandelion greens taste earthy and pleasantly bitter and are the perfect foil for Applegate Natural Prosciutto. Serves 4
This colorful salad begs to be made in the height of summer when a host of heirloom tomatoes beckons at the farmers market. Slice large tomatoes and simply halve or quarter any small cherry or grape tomatoes. Consider serving the salad over crostini for an easy appetizer, or tucking in some...
In the case of this cobb salad (featuring our Sunday bacon and organic chicken), compiling the ingredients is basically the whole deal. However, to stay with our format, we'll pass along this instruction... Serves 1
Ever have breakfast pork sausages for dinner? Ever try soba noodles? Let's go wild today! There’s a first time for both with our new Soba Salad recipe ... Serves 4
Two of our favorite sandwiches rolled into one. If you have some herbs growing on your windowsill, snip them and add to the egg salad. Makes 4 sandwiches
Applegate Culinologist Jason Clarke brings us these great Oktoberfest recipes. Oktoberfest is a fall festival that celebrates beer-drinking and merrymaking, two activities that he can definitely get behind! For the first item, there’s Griddled Black Forest Ham and Swiss on Rye, a twist on a...
Here’s a simple recipe from Amie Valpone you can make for dinner tonight. It takes less than 20 minutes to put together and it’s perfect for kids and adults! Serves 4
Des Moines Dog: Grilled Corn and Cherry Tomato Salad It may not be traditional, but it certainly seems natural to top an Iowa-inspired dog with corn. Turns out it’s delicious, too. Makes 8
Kennebunkport Dog: Hot Dog Salad A riff on the Maine lobster roll, this playful dog packs a wallop of flavor. Makes 8
There's very little debate that this is the sandwich recipe that you will return to again and again. Serves 1
The recipe for these open-face sandwiches is a classic 1950s favorite, combining the unbeatable combo of melted cheese and crisp bacon. Serve them with a simple Bibb lettuce salad and a bowl of our Creamy Potato and Ham Soup for a terrific meal - our kind of comfort food! And on that note, here's...
You can serve this dish with a leafy green salad and some crusty bread for the perfect Sunday supper. Serves 8
These Vietnamese sandwiches have become incredibly popular in the last several years, and deservedly so. A good bánh mì delivers a perfect amalgamation of rich meatiness and brightness, in the form of crisp carrot and daikon and sprigs of fresh cilantro. Makes 2 sandwiches.
Shape this quick treat as you would a pan of cinnamon rolls—they’ll bake up crisp and chewy on top and tender within. A pan makes a great after-school snack, or serve them as an accompaniment to tomato soup and salad. Serves 4 to 6
Individual quiches lend a festive air to a weekend brunch. If you have any left over, wrap them tightly and freeze—reheated in the oven, they make a terrific quick dinner, paired with a green salad. Makes 12
Serve squares of this creamy tart with icy glasses of white wine or beer. Paired with a crisp green salad, it also makes a fine dinner for four. Serves 8 to 10 as an appetizer.
Turns out the components of a Greek salad make an awfully good topping for a hot dog, especially when they’re spiked with a hit of black olive tapenade.