The Salad that Isn’t a Salad – Salad and I did not get off to a good start. In fact, we still have our issues. No offense, but a pile of lettuce with some plastic-y tomatoes and carrot curls just doesn’t do much for me….
Fresh cabbage and carrots. Sweet onion. Zippy lemon. Creamy avocado! Add the right seasonings, and you have this perfectly crunchy, fabulously zippy, delicious summer salad!
An easy and delicious salad for a quick and healthy lunch.
Packed with protein, healthy fat, fiber, and an abundance of other nutrients, this filling power salad is a satisfying meal in itself and makes a perfect packed lunch. No heating up the kitchen! No dirty pots and pans! No cooking required!
This beautiful dish is the perfect picture of autumn – the first pickings of baby lettuce leaves from our winter garden bed mixed with long-awaited butternut squash tanned from the summer sun, sprinkled with sweet and spicy garden onions retrieved out of their winter storage, and topped with fresh walnuts from … umm …
This high-fiber, super healthy, full-of-flavor main dish salad takes only minutes to prepare and is perfect for packed lunches or picnics.
In just minutes you can have this crunchy, full-of-flavor, Garden Quinoa Salad. It’s super-flexible and can be adjusted to please different dietary preferences.
This mayo-free, oil-free, gluten-free, vinegar-free, and sugar-free, south-of-the-border version of regular potato salad has a fresh, zesty flavor!
Salads are not really my thing. I mean all that healthy lettuce and stuff. But chopped salads are different.
Avocados. Perhaps the best food in all of creation. I really do like them, and they’re very good-for-you – but I think we’ve talked about that already. But, really, this simple salad has amazing flavor. And it even has a ripple effect – everything I put on my plate after the salad tasted 10 times…