I’ve been a wee bit obsessed with this salad for the past couple of weeks. And by obsessed, I mean I’ve been making it every day (sometimes twice). This salad tastes like summer to me, probably because I grew up eating a variation of this (though the version we ate had mayonnaise instead of vinegar). We’ve had a [...]
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There’s something about that fresh summer produce that makes me want to eat things raw, and the fact that the weather is hot makes it more unappealing to turn on the stove or oven. Earlier this week, I posted the raw zucchini ‘caprese’ salad. Today, I’ve got for you a simple salad that celebrates fresh, raw [...]
I’ve been trying to eat more uncooked fruits and vegetables lately. It’s certainly not a hardship eating more raw fruits and vegetables in the middle of summer when there is an abundance of fresh produce. This easy salad celebrates the zucchini and basil we have coming into our garden and mimics the flavor profiles of [...]
We’re definitely coming into strawberry/rhubarb season. The rhubarb in our garden is getting big and ready to harvest. It’s not quite ready, though, so I bought some rhubarb the other day at the vegetable stand, along with some strawberries (from California). I just couldn’t wait any longer! I brought them home and asked Eric if [...]
When I was in Pittsburgh, my mom made the most delicious farro salad with avocado and radishes. I’ve been thinking about it since then and wanting to make it. Luckily, now we all can make it because my mom sent along the recipe yesterday! This salad is served cold and is a wonderful spring/summer addition or [...]