The most basic version of Irish soda bread has only 4 ingredients, and was cooked on an open fire or a stovetop, not baked. Make your soda bread like they did in 1840, with flour, baking soda, salt, and buttermilk.
There's nothing fancy about the Tuna Ball, but it tastes great at parties and other get togethers. Chopped pecans give this blend of tuna, cream cheese and onion a light crunch. I love this appetizer with veggies, crackers and veggies.
The gorgeous colors of this green, bright orange, purple white and red salad make this so enticing! The combination of the sweet citrus taste with the tangy salad dressing is always a big hit with guests!
I have been making this spice mixture for a number of years, and everyone who has tried my ribs, chops and chicken says it has the best they ever had. Maybe they were just sucking up for a free meal, but I think it's good!