Craving a dinner that’s light on her feet? Here’s an easy vegetarian supper that’s a nutritional super-star; take a look at the ingredient list and see for yourself. It’s a meal in itself, the perfect side, and watch it fly away at a pot-luck; seems everyone wants a break from those expected salads laden with a heavy mayo-base.
You could double the dressing ingredients in the salad — you can’t go wrong and it would be lucious with a bit more tang, but you would incur some extra calories. I’d advise doing that if making in advance, the salad will absorb the dressing, but don’t toss the avocados and tomato in until the last minute.
I believe in choice, my choice of potato salad being no exception. This choice is gut-driven and deeply personal. My grandmother made a simple potato salad that accompanied her fried chicken and hickory nut cake to our family reunions in Selma. She made that same salad when a tragedy befell a friend, the bowl of love left quietly on their porch. My mother made the same salad that … Full recipe post »
You’ve heard of panzanella, right? That oh so delicious salad celebrating tomatoes when they’re bursting on the vines–even more handy to have in your recipe repertoire when you’ve a loaf of slightly stale Artisan bread that’s begging to be utilized? But what about Pastazanella? I just made a big batch, and I’m pretty sure you’ve never heard of that. Pastazanella … Full recipe post »
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