Easy, colorful and fresh salad, perfect for summer gatherings.
Month: July 2017
In Georgia, we usually make chicken salad with walnut paste, but as I had some cashews at hand, I figured, I could use them instead. It is really amazing.
Even though my husband took all of us to the yankee stadium first week after our big move in to this country and I’ve attended few games after that, I still have no idea about the rules of baseball. Last few times I just walked around the stadium, ate garlic […]
Chickpea salad is an easy and tasty dish, perfect for lunch or dinner. You can replace almond with any other nuts (pumpkin seeds will be great), add more veggies (carrots, red bell pepper). It’s a basic recipe and you can play with the ingredients you have in your pantry and […]
The ideal chopped salad is a blend of the freshest, most colorful ingredients the produce aisle or farmer’s market has to offer. Summer is the perfect season for this salad. You can easily get fresh romaine lettuce, juicy tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, corn and avocados. I found the recipe in book […]
What makes this potato salad French? Dressing with white wine, mustard, and scallions or chives. There are so many potato salad recipes, it’s hard to pick the right one, but no matter what you pick, most of them will be good, because, it’s potatoes, fresh herbs, olive oil and good […]
I love, love and love this wonderful little grain. Even though quinoa doesn’t have any distinct flavor, by adding lime juice, garlic, fresh herbs and veggies, it makes healthy and delicious meal for lunch or dinner. Great thing about this grain is that, it cooks in 10 minutes, you can […]
Tabouli is a very refreshing, easy and delicious summer salad that can be served for lunch or dinner with or without any meat or fish. As I was getting ready for the Tuesday evening concert at Bellard park, I quickly prepared it together with pork and veggie kebobs and didn’t […]
Spaghetti squash salad is wonderful vegetarian and vegan dish. It is simple and easy to prepare and pears well with fish or meat.
Mini frittatas are great for Sunday breakfast and school lunches. Because you can put different fillings in individual muffin cups, it won’t get boring and they can pick any kind they want. My favorites are ham and cheese, caramelized leeks and cheese or spinach and mushrooms. They are all great.