I was thinking of what to call this salad. Besides the color orange, we have the colors of the rainbow in this salad. I decided on calling it the Rainbow Roasted Vegetable Salad. Here we have red peppers and red onions. The onions look purple. Not sure where red comes in! Then there is broccolini and kale, corn and chickpeas and lastly, the blue cheese. This salad was so filling and so good! I went shopping for the ingredients for a second time. On my list for dinner this week, AGAIN!
Blog #129: Here is another post on cucumbers and salads! In my last post I made Cucumber Pumpkin Spice Bread. I had quite a few cucumbers in my fridge and needed to make use of them. But I do admit, a few cucumbers did not make it. A few froze in the back of the [...]
Fall is here and you can finally feel it in the air. The cold mornings and the leaves turning color. Here comes the holidays filled with sweets and heavy comforting foods! It's easy to crave warm foods in winter to keep toasty and cool foods in the summer. You can still have salads in the winter with warm foods in it! This fall farro salad will keep you full and warm all over!
Nectarines are one of my favorite fruits. Sweet and juicy with a soft bite. I could sit there and eat them as I would a bowl of popcorn LOL. Here is another 3 ingredient salad that is hassle free when you would rather be doing something else but still need to eat! Nectarine and blue cheese arugula salad. What's not to love?
Homemade vs Store Bought Blog #86: On a weekly basis, I make about 5 salads a week, just for breakfast. To make my mornings quick, I purchase premade salads, such as this Kale Caesar Salad I am going to show you how to make! My husband loves salads. His favorites are Kale Caesar and the [...]
I made a Fresh Oregano Caprese Salad to go with this recipe I found on Pinterest. Instead of using fresh basil I used fresh oregano leaves, as I had a bunch leftover. I don't normally purchase fresh oregano. I often use dried oregano for many dishes.
Tonight I made Tilapia with a greek salad. You may have noticed by now that I love making fish. It's so versatile, healthy and so easy to make. I make fish at least once or twice a week in my home. Many people think making fish dinners take a long time to prepare but the reality is that it is a lot quicker than cooking meat!
Trader Joe’s Chili Lime Seasoning goes well on all types of meats and fish. I've used it to make tacos and beef salad. Today I made a Shrimp, Avocado and Watermelon Salad using the Chili Lime Seasoning. Lately, I have been making lots of watermelon salads. They are the perfect summer salads!
Overview Blog #65: I admit I don’t make this bacon wrapped shrimp with watermelon salad recipe enough. This dish looks and sounds fancy but is very simple to make. As long as you have sweet watermelon you are good to go! I don’t purchase it during the winter since it’s an out of season fruit. [...]
Blog #60: I’ve been using this new sauce from Whole Foods, called Garlic Rosemary Citrus Sauce. It is amazing! It reminds me of a warm winter dish but incorporated with a summer salad gives it a cozy yet, refreshing taste. It is springtime but the weather has not been the best and we are all [...]