It has been quite a scorcher around here lately, and nothing is as good in warm weather as big, healthy summer salads.
I dedicate this recipe to my lovely mum, whose homemade chicken salad filled my dchildhood sandwiches — but who now eats vegan. Same wonderful flavor, same tasty lunch-box happiness… no chickens needed!
A new study finds pre-washed packages of leafy greens contain deadly pathogens.
Don’t tell the other greens, but kale is my favorite! Packed with iron, calcium, beta carotene, vitamins, potassium, and healthful phytochemicals, it’s also one of the most versatile leafy green veggies around. If you haven’t tried massaged kale yet, well, you’re just cheating yourself! The rubdown removes the sharp ‘cabbage-y’ flavor, and magically transforms kale into the perfect raw salad green. This salad comes together quickly, and packs a nutritional power-punch — while making your taste buds keel over (er, kale over?) from happiness!
As we simmer through summer’s dog days, the idea of turning on an oven or stovetop burner loses its appeal. Try this tasty salad starring massaged kale, red cabage, chickpeas and cilantro for a delicious no-cook lunch — or to wow the masses at your next potluck or picnic event!
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Here’s my last Jerusalem artichoke (sunchoke) recipe for the season: a grated Jerusalem artichoke salad with carrots and Meyer lemon vinaigrette. It’s a lovely refreshing salad with in-season ingredients that will having you thinking that spring is already here.
You want a romantic evening but you don’t want to deal with reservations. You want to knock your socks off of your valentine with your mad, slick kitchen skills. Well this menu will be your chance to shine and get your romance on.
I’ve been in a salad mood lately and have been trying to get creative with my produce combinations. Strawberries are not new to salads, but you should still definitely check [ … ]
Local farms are selling salad mix again! Spring must finally be here!
Pomegranate vinaigrette is perfect on winter salads and cool-weather greens like kale, chard, and spinach. It’s also lovely on roasted vegetables. Here’s the recipe.
Okay, the results are in! Here are readers’ top 3 picks for their favorite foods from the farmers market.
Melon is great in sweet fruit salads and desserts, but I prefer it in savory, spicy salads. Here are my top ten favorite melon salad recipes!