Fennel Arugula Salad is a stunning salad, perfect for the summer months. Fennel has a fragrant anise aroma and flavor and works great when mixed with arugula. This salad is made even more dreamy by serving it with a mango vinaigrette. Folks this is a good one.Read More
For me, duck used to be a fall and winter dish, but there are times in the summer months when you need a dish to satiate your hunger but yet provide those crisp and sweet flavors of the season. If that moment is now I have something for you, Summer Duck Salad.Read More
I consume more salads when the weather is warmer, I think we all do, but this salad is great anytime of the year. Kale Chicken Caesar Salad is twist on the classic Chicken Caesar Salad usually made with romaine lettuce. Using kale instead of romaine turns this dish into hearty meal, almost comfort food.
Kale Chicken Caesar Salad is a rustic dish. It is best served as a meal rather than an appetizer or side dish. It is perfect for brunch, lunch or dinner and will satisfy your appetite no problem.Read More
Coleslaw with Corn and Peas adds that variety and color needed when cooking for a large group or family. It’s a great addition to a buffet or dinner.Read More
Mediterranean Farro Salad is a mound of satisfying deliciousness. It’s a combination of wilted garlic Swiss chard, carrots, cucumber, tomatoes, olives, farro, tossed in a light dressing.Read More
Oooh this is a good one – Mediterranean Ribeye Salad – it’s divine I tell you.
Mediterranean Ribeye Salad is a combination of spinach, tomatoes, cucumber, roasted sweet peppers, red onions, caper berries, feta cheese, and of course, slices of ribeye steak. A balsamic-based vinaigrette adds further flavor. This salad is so delicious.
Hot Baby Potato Salad is ooh yeah yum! It’s a simple mixture of baby potatoes, onion, corn, peas and fennel seeds with a light seasoning.
The potatoes make this dish quite filling, so it works really well with lighter proteins, such as fish and chicken.Read More
Grilled Apricot and Burrata Salad is very tasty indeed. It’s a little different to what I would call a “regular” salad, as the most prominent ingredient is fruit.
Grilled Apricot and Burrata salad can be made with or without prosciutto. I prefer it with, but if meat is not your thing, you can leave it out. Prosciutto adds a nice salty element, but it doesn’t make or break this salad.
Raw Broccoli Salad with Peanut Dressing is a hearty salad. Just add protein and you have a satisfying meal.
I realize that Crunchy Macaroni Salad is a bit of an oxymoron. I tried to come up with a more sophisticated description, but it’s the only way I can describe this tasty twist on the traditional macaroni salad.