As a kid, coleslaw was a staple at all summer picnics and everyone had their own recipe. It’s a classic! Fresh Country Coleslaw has become our new summer classic. The addition of lemon juice, red onions and apples make it sweet and refreshing. Ingredients for Fresh Country Coleslaw 1- 14 ounce bag of coleslaw mix or ½ white
Potatoes are a fun food to work with. They take on nearly any flavor you choose to put with them. I love to add herbs and spices to them to create new sides my family will enjoy, like Herb Roasted Red Potatoes. I hope your family enjoys them too! Affiliate Disclosure! FarmgirlPaleo.com contains affiliate links. If
I know, I tend to roast a lot of vegetables with garlic. Roasted Garlic Asparagus is probably my all time favorite…unless you count broccoli. Make it with or without the lemon juice, both are delicious. As a kid, my mom would add mustard to our asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, or spinach to add a little zesty
Cauliflower Bacon Medley makes a delicious addition to any buffet. If you do not like cauliflower, you might change your mind after tasting this simple side dish. I have never seen a whole head of cauliflower disappear so quickly. Bacon is a great way to dress up cauliflower or just about anything for that matter.
Dress up sweet potato fries with these tangy fixings. Chipotle Lime Sweet Potato Fries is an easy recipe that delivers big flavor. Effortlessly double or triple it for a crowd or get-together. Ingredients for Chipotle Lime Sweet Potato Fries 3 large sweet potatoes, cut into 1/2″ fries 1/4 cup olive oil or melted coconut oil (your flavor
With an overabundance of cucumbers from our summer garden, it’s sometimes difficult to find ways to use them up. You can only make so much relish and pickles. Cucumber and Onion Salad, sometimes called Cucumbers and Onions or Ice Box Pickles (as my grandma would have called it), has been passed along in my family
Brussels sprouts have never been my favorite. The first time I tried them, they were boiled and the only seasoning used…salt. Needless to say, they were so bitter I couldn’t get past couple bites. A friend told me her mom mixed them with garlic, olive oil, and salt and pepper, then roasted them in the