Watergate Salad

Richard Mil­house Nixon: 1913–1994. Sen­a­tor. Pres­i­dent. Not a salad.

Lorraine’s Potato Salad

If you’re grilling or pic­nick­ing out­side, it should be ille­gal not to have pota­to sal­ad with your sand­wich­es or brisket or hot dogs or whatever.

Yellow Turmeric Rice

I love this recipe! It’s so good I occa­sion­al­ly make it a meal instead of a side dish.

British Pub Meat Pie

The great thing about this recipe is that the ingre­di­ents and steps list­ed here are just basic sug­ges­tion on how to assem­ble the pie. You can put just about any ingre­di­ents togeth­er and still wind up with a killer tasty pie.

Spatchcocked Turkey

If you’re a hor­ror movie fan you’ll love this recipe: By the time you get the turkey in the oven, your kitchen will look like Jef­frey Dahmer’s apartment.

Your Grandma’s Green Bean Casserole

I have a recipe for Supe­ri­or Green Bean Casse­role, but some­times you want it the way your Grand­ma used to make it: Way too much salt, mushy canned beans, greasy French-fried onions and all. I don’t judge.

Spaghetti Sauce From Scratch

Now you can yell “BAM!” while you’re cook­ing with­out blow­ing up your microwave!

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Nev­er rub anoth­er man’s rhubarb. Get your own rhubarb; then you can rub it all you like.

Skillet Cornbread

The oper­a­tive word in this recipe’s title is SKILLET. If you don’t have a 9‑inch cast-iron skil­let that would also make a dandy mur­der weapon, go cook your­self some free-range tofu in your $2,000 water­less cop­per skil­let (hand­made by the very finest Amish Zen Mas­ters of Nepal, of course).

No.

Rocky Road Brownies

Cut­ting into squares is total­ly optional.