Category Archives: salads

Spring is in the air! Okay . . . not technically, but it feels that way looking at the bright bouquet of daffodils on my counter. I love springtime and the gifts it brings: sunnier days, seasonal farmer’s market produce, daylight savings time, and the most impressive of them all—mini Cadbury eggs & jelly beans;…

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There is nothing better than a classic, and when it comes to classic sandwiches, I don’t think there is one more desirable than a BLT. Simple and satisfying. Ripe tomato, meets salty bacon, meets toasted bread, meets crisp lettuce, and it’s married together with creamy mayo. I’ve been trying to eat more salad and work…

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How else would we spend the weekend?! Actually, we’re not shooting any hoops, but making some dinner instead.  Sometimes a hot day ends and  cooking something hot just doesn’t work. Today was indeed, one of those days—Hot. I decided to keep things cooler and make a new take on marinated salad. My Mom used to…

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Star-Spangled—our potatoes & strawberries shall be! What do they have in common? Luckily we’re not mixing the two, but both are getting a little red-white-&-blue makeover today. Our patriotic dishes are in honor of Independence Day, and the freedom we’ve since come to share. It was technically Freedom’s 236 th Birthday, so we did not…

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Farewell Spring, because I am ready for summer and so is my salad. We’re going to call-on warm weather ingredients like fresh, farmer’s market strawberries, spinach, sweet corn, cucumbers and beets for one perfect bowl of salad goodness. We’ll dress to the occasion with a homemade poppyseed balsamic dressing. Who wants to slave over the…

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