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Asian Chicken Salad!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Saturday, October 26, 2013, In : Asian Pasta's 


Asian Pasta Salad...?

Divadish likes different things and likes to share those different recipes with her clients too. We get tired of cooking the same things too, so we step outside those boxes of cooking like a artist does her first watercolor or a architect does his first cabin home, we Love the challenge and the mystique of what if?

When this happens we learn something about taste and textures and it results in a new recipe we then can share with our clients and  it enhances our own experie...

Continue reading ...
 

Potato Salad

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Summer Salads 


New York Salad.

Who eats the deli's potato Salads? I can't or won't they are so full of sugar, and are kinda like eating Paste, you remember the kind @ school when that kid Johnny use to eat everyday!

My potato salad on the other hand has a White Wine & Olive oil with real mayonnaise, Not Spin Blend, I hold up two fingers of the cross every time I see that commercial for M&M YUCK:(

The other ingredients are a old family recipe that I am Sorry I cannot disclose, but I will guarantee you great del...

Continue reading ...
 

Summer Salads

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Monday, August 27, 2012, In : Easy Summer Salads Recipes 

Potato Salad & Chicken Salad

Warm breezes, a glass of lemonade or Ice tea on your table next to a plate of organic chicken salad & creamy potato salad, do I need to say more? 

One of the many benefits of being a Chef and owning your Personal Chef company is being able to create new ways to improve your own recipes.  

The pics above are just that, I was craving something creamy and something salty and I started thinking to myself what could I put together to satisfy that hungry craving I was feel...
Continue reading ...
 

Pizza,Pizza, Pizza...!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Saturday, January 28, 2012, In : Pizza for Dinner 



Pizza, I think who ever invented it way back when should get a Big Wet One right on the Lips....!

I Love making my own though, I use Boboli Crusts, and I brush a olive oil & garlic mixture over top and bottom of crusts then broil for app. 3-5 min. till slightly browned and crisp.
Then I proceed to do my layers of seasoned Italian Red sauce,then meats, this one pictured has Italian stuffed chicken sausage, low in calories, but great in taste.
I slice the sausage thinly, add onions, red or sweet y...

Continue reading ...
 

Summer Salads

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Saturday, July 9, 2011,

Divadish Kitchens loves to make salads.
They are simple, do not heat up the kitchen and are a satisfying meal.

The pictured salad is a Pear & Blue cheese with Sweet Bell peppers.
I sometimes will add crumbled lean bacon crisps to it for extra protein, or sliced hard boiled eggs.

The dressing I make with this is a dry ground mustard, Italian wine vinegar, dark green olive oil, and sugar to taste. Shake all together all ingredients in a glass jar, and refrigerate any leftovers.

Their a...
Continue reading ...
 

American Classic!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Tuesday, May 31, 2011, In : Italian Potato Salad 
Potato Salad, is always a mainstay on everybody's summer picnics, BBQ's,Graduations,
or just about any event. 
I think it is because it is a all American favorite, like Apple -Pie, or a Ball park frank, or our hamburger.
It just goes with everything!

I do make my potato salad @ Divadish a little bit different though. 
My mother had a very good recipe that she gave to her daughters years ago,and we have changed it a bit over the years.
Here is my version:
  • Heavy Mayonnaise
  • 1/4-1/2 of half & hal...

Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "salads" (Show all posts)

Asian Chicken Salad!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Saturday, October 26, 2013, In : Asian Pasta's 


Asian Pasta Salad...?

Divadish likes different things and likes to share those different recipes with her clients too. We get tired of cooking the same things too, so we step outside those boxes of cooking like a artist does her first watercolor or a architect does his first cabin home, we Love the challenge and the mystique of what if?

When this happens we learn something about taste and textures and it results in a new recipe we then can share with our clients and  it enhances our own experie...

Continue reading ...
 

Potato Salad

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Summer Salads 


New York Salad.

Who eats the deli's potato Salads? I can't or won't they are so full of sugar, and are kinda like eating Paste, you remember the kind @ school when that kid Johnny use to eat everyday!

My potato salad on the other hand has a White Wine & Olive oil with real mayonnaise, Not Spin Blend, I hold up two fingers of the cross every time I see that commercial for M&M YUCK:(

The other ingredients are a old family recipe that I am Sorry I cannot disclose, but I will guarantee you great del...

Continue reading ...
 

Summer Salads

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Monday, August 27, 2012, In : Easy Summer Salads Recipes 

Potato Salad & Chicken Salad

Warm breezes, a glass of lemonade or Ice tea on your table next to a plate of organic chicken salad & creamy potato salad, do I need to say more? 

One of the many benefits of being a Chef and owning your Personal Chef company is being able to create new ways to improve your own recipes.  

The pics above are just that, I was craving something creamy and something salty and I started thinking to myself what could I put together to satisfy that hungry craving I was feel...
Continue reading ...
 

Pizza,Pizza, Pizza...!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Saturday, January 28, 2012, In : Pizza for Dinner 



Pizza, I think who ever invented it way back when should get a Big Wet One right on the Lips....!

I Love making my own though, I use Boboli Crusts, and I brush a olive oil & garlic mixture over top and bottom of crusts then broil for app. 3-5 min. till slightly browned and crisp.
Then I proceed to do my layers of seasoned Italian Red sauce,then meats, this one pictured has Italian stuffed chicken sausage, low in calories, but great in taste.
I slice the sausage thinly, add onions, red or sweet y...

Continue reading ...
 

Summer Salads

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Saturday, July 9, 2011,

Divadish Kitchens loves to make salads.
They are simple, do not heat up the kitchen and are a satisfying meal.

The pictured salad is a Pear & Blue cheese with Sweet Bell peppers.
I sometimes will add crumbled lean bacon crisps to it for extra protein, or sliced hard boiled eggs.

The dressing I make with this is a dry ground mustard, Italian wine vinegar, dark green olive oil, and sugar to taste. Shake all together all ingredients in a glass jar, and refrigerate any leftovers.

Their a...
Continue reading ...
 

American Classic!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Tuesday, May 31, 2011, In : Italian Potato Salad 
Potato Salad, is always a mainstay on everybody's summer picnics, BBQ's,Graduations,
or just about any event. 
I think it is because it is a all American favorite, like Apple -Pie, or a Ball park frank, or our hamburger.
It just goes with everything!

I do make my potato salad @ Divadish a little bit different though. 
My mother had a very good recipe that she gave to her daughters years ago,and we have changed it a bit over the years.
Here is my version:
  • Heavy Mayonnaise
  • 1/4-1/2 of half & hal...

Continue reading ...
 
 

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