Tag Archives: salad

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January 18

blissful eats: grapefruit, kale and fennel salad

This is the time of year that I really start craving fresh, raw foods.  After a few months of gluttony and heavy eating through the holidays my body really needs a break from heavy rich dishes.  …

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July 26

Arugula, fig and blue cheese salad

One of the benefits of cooking with fresh and seasonal ingredients is that they don’t need a lot of embellishment to shine.  …

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July 17

The Food Matters Project: corn, avocado, black bean and tomato salad

One of the nicest things about summer is that there is no need to spend hours cooking over a hot stove.  …

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February 22

Butternut squash slaw

If you’ve always reserved butternut squash for roasting and soups here is a new recipe for you.    …

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November 8

Persimmon, prosciutto, and pomegranate salad

Growing up in southern California my parents loved to spend their weekends up to their elbows in dirt, cultivating what I realize now was a beautiful labor of love.  …

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August 29

Freekeh salad with blackberry vinaigrette

Here is the savory dish that I promised to share with you, Freekeh salad with a blackberry vinaigrette.  What is freekeh, you ask?  …

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July 12

Kale tahini salad

Here is a great use for the garlic scape pesto from my last post.  This is my idea of the perfect lunch, quick healthy and tasty.  …

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May 23

Couscous with cured lemons

Here is the first of hopefully several posts that utilize those cured lemons I was raving about.  This recipe is really a kitchen sink kind of recipe that is perfect for using up any leftover vegetables you may have wilting away in the fridge just begging to be made use of.  …

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May 3

Beet love

I have always said that I hate beets.  Granted, the only experience I had ever had with them were the canned Del Monte variety.  …

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