Tag: Salads

Spring Salads

Spring Pea Salad

I think fresh peas just yell out “Spring”; and this salad with the sweetness of the peas, the slight peppery edge of new radishes along with a hint of anise from fresh tarragon. Makes 4 Servings 2 cups peas – approximately

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Basics & Tips

Tomato Bocconcini Salad Police

I may have mentioned that I adore tomatoes!  It’s called “summer’s bounty” for a reason! I had lunch with a few friends not long ago and when I saw this on the menu I could almost feel my blood pressure rising.  Am

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Mixed Salad With Apple, Nuts And Grapes

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Inspired by Tessa Kiros “Twelve” cookbook, this excellent salad is easy to make and can be changed up to other nuts & cheeses, perhaps hazelnuts & pecorino Toscano or Gorgonzola

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Curried Rice Salad

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. If you are in the mood for the taste of curry, this salad is for you!  We barbecued some chicken wings to have with it…delicious!  And it would be great

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Fresh Bean Salad

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Makes Approximately 6 Servings When beans are in season, either your own home grown, or bought at your local farmer’s markets, it’s time to make this salad! A very tasty

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New Greens And More

It’s official, winter’s over and time to get those seeds! Growing your own arugula is very satisfying. It’s like magic! Simply seed directly in the garden or plant in a planter on a patio or balcony. Mix together some potting

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Clementine, Goat Cheese And Walnut Salad

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. This salad is one that I like to make in December and January when clementines are available. If you find some watercress it would be a nice addition to the

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What’s Been Cooking Lately…

  Well, the push is on!  Phyllis, the elf, has been baking up a storm, menu planning for Christmas and New Years, making lists, inviting guests, accepting invitations, putting up  the decorations and last and perhaps not the most fun, cleaning

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