This recipe is such a great craft to either do with your kids and grandkids, or for the kids in the neighborhood who are trick or treating. Our campers love them!
This savory pull-apart bread wreath features the most versatile of doughs, Japanese milk bread—a tender enriched dough that receives a moist boost from tangzhong, or Milk Roux. Packed with dill, butter, and garlic powder, the bread dough is mixed, proofed, shaped, and assembled the day before. The day of, only a final proof and short bake remains!
Few flavors scream summer quite like lemon. Transform a traditional yellow cake and cream cheese icing with lemon, and you have VeryVera’s Lemon Cake, which was our April Cake of the Month. This sweet and tart cake is the perfect accompaniment to your summer spread or a great ending to a heavy meal.
When we opened the Café in 2004, cold broccoli salad was very trendy and new. Wanting to incorporate new with our classic Southern, this became our standard side to our sandwiches. I recommend selecting a whole head of broccoli and cutting the florets yourself.
This recipe is reminiscent of the artichoke dip, the we all loved, from the 80’s. I had a recipe card that I used for that dip and it’s been used so much it has separated!! Use this recipe as an appetizer, or as a side with soup. Your family and friends will love it!
VeryVera’s Gourmet-to-Go line of products was developed with the help of staff member Susan Ely. Our Veggie Lasagna, a shining star of the GTG menu, was a weeknight favorite for our customers. It’s a perfect vegetable side and a filling vegetarian entree.