The name of this dish translates form the French as "blue ribbon", and refers to a prestigious award once given to chefs for cooking excellence. It's the perfect name for this classic French dish, which has become an international favorite!
These are flavored with cheddar, garlic, and green onion and make for a very special treat. They would be delicious base for fried eggs and sauteed leafy greens or mushrooms, in beef stew, or on their own. This is also a great way to use leftover grits. Pour them in a pan as directed below and proceed.
These fried potato "pancakes" are traditionally served during Hanukkah but make a delicious treat for any time of the year. Though they're great for breakfast, these also work well as an hors d'oeuvre, starter, or snack.
These simple little burgers are great for kids and adults. They are sure to be a hit with a big crowd or when there are a lot of different food offerings. Try to find slider buns -- they are the perfect size for these little babies. These could easily be grilled outdoors for tailgating - 2 to 3 minutes on a hot grill should do the trick.