Winter is the season for grapefruit and oranges. (Really. You could look it up.) The bright flavors of this salad are perfect for a chilly day - you can taste sunshine in every bite. Serve it with good crusty bread and some cheese for lunch or a light supper. Serves 4
Does this classic really need a description? We think not, but you'll be happy to give this recipe a try. Serves 6
A whole generation (heck, several generations) grew up on PB&J (peanut butter and jelly). Welcome to our “grown-up” version of this classic sandwich recipe, featuring ripe bananas and crispy bacon. Serves 1-2
What does the word “glee” make us think of? Well, organic chicken, Monterey jack and Sunday bacon, of course! Serves 1
Here's an idea you might like … In the Applegate Kitchen we love using fresh peas when they are in season. We blanch them in boiling salted water until just tender before adding them to the skillet. Serves 4
There's very little debate that this is the sandwich recipe that you will return to again and again. Serves 1
It's the breakfast recipe staple that you just might not be able to resist using at … dare we say it? … other meals, too! Serves 5
The recipe for these open-face sandwiches is a classic 1950s favorite, combining the unbeatable combo of melted cheese and crisp bacon. Serve them with a simple Bibb lettuce salad and a bowl of our Creamy Potato and Ham Soup for a terrific meal - our kind of comfort food! And on that note, here's...