Posts Tagged ‘ potluck ’

What Would Betty Do Logo Mexican(ish) Lasagna

I was at a loss for what to do with the leftover rotisserie chicken that I’d bought at Costco. Sure, we could have burritos, but was there any way to do it differently with what I had on hand? Evidently so. The answer was Mexican(ish) lasagna. Ingredients Leftover rotisserie chicken, shredded 1 bottle mild taco […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Chicken Tortilla Soup

This recipe scales beautifully, and can be made to feed a family on just one night, or packed to freeze for future nights. Like most of my soup recipes, the proportions change with each preparation; I chop until I’m tired of chopping. Ingredients Olive oil Onion, chopped Celery, chopped Carrots, chopped Freshly ground pepper Chicken, […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Caprese Pasta Salad

I love tomatoes. To me, there’s no better part of summer than eating sun-warmed tomatoes right from the vine. Of course, some people actually want their tomatoes to be part of something bigger, like an actual recipe, and caprese salad is a classic example. But you can’t really do a classic caprese with the 4 […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Two-Tone Potato Salad

Just in time for 4th of July parties! This is a variation on the two-tone potato salad featured in Steven Raichlen’s┬áThe Barbecue Bible. If you don’t have a copy of this cookbook, you and your grill are missing out. This recipe is a little bit tangier than his, heavier on the dijon and vinegar. Serves […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Try Something New: Baked Beans

You’ll probably end up seeing a lot about beans in this “Try Something New” column. For years, beans managed to elude me, leaving me with giant pots filled with tough pellets or overcooked mush. But now that I actually know a little something about cooking, it’s my goal to figure out how to make all […] Read More