When I really love a dish at a restaurant, I often leave thinking I should try making it at home. But let’s face it: it just doesn’t happen. Sometimes I just forget about it. And sometimes I just know it won’t be the same and I want the exact same dish. So I just go again! But when I ate this salad with dried figs
While stumbling on Stumble Upon, I stumbled on a recipe for pineapple coleslaw. And this was the day I bought two pineapples after eating an other in one evening. Since I thought eating three pineapples sounded like too much, and since it doesn’t count if it’s used in a recipe, I decided to use this awesome idea. And I got an awesome snack/side dish/appetizer. aka
A healthy, flavorful salad always makes a great meal. This is a salad my grandmother made me a couple times. It combines protein, grain & veggies, which makes it perfect for me. I love how simple it is to make and when my grandmother gave me the recipe, I had to make it. I made a few swaps and this already delicious salad got even
Don’t forget to vote for the Chocolate Chip Cookie Challenge! Good evening! I used to make this salad for my lunches in high school. My grandmother made it for me and my mother had the same cookbook so I made it for myself. I forgot about the recipe until this Christmas. I was at my grandmother’s, going through her cookbooks, and stumbled upon the recipe.
Good afternoon! Salads are mostly a summer meal. But they are still yummy (and full of nutrients) during winter and for my late class (4-7 pm) on Wednesdays, I need to bring a lunch. Two choices: sandwiches and salads. I do prefer salads ;-). Citrus fruits are in season and I am currently eating oranges like my life depends on it. This happens every year