Our favorite Mexican street corn is turned into a tangy, creamy, and slightly spicy corn salad perfect for cookouts, backyard BBQs, or an easy weeknight dinner. This perfect summer side dish is tasty with grilled chicken, steak, or your favorite seafood.
Bring on the fresh produce, simple ingredients, and flavors that sing of warmer days with backyard bbqs and picnics with this Mediterranean Bean Salad! A satisfying and filling salad that is perfect for lunch or dinner! Or serve it as a side dish with grilled chicken, fish, or shrimp.
Hello gorgeous salad, with sweet, vibrant persimmons, creamy chunks of avocado, all nestled into a bed of snappy arugula and topped with salty feta and chopped pistachios for a bit of unexpected but welcomed crunch. And don’t forget the so very simple lemon vinaigrette. I’m crushing so hard on this salad right now.
A plethora of fresh herbs, caramelized onions, baby potatoes enraptured in a light and tangy yogurt Champagne mustard vinaigrette, crispy salty bacon, and of course hard-boiled eggs. What would a potato salad even be without the hard-boiled eggs? Such questions should never be pondered.
HELLO Tomato Avocado Zucchini Salad. How do we feel about eating raw zucchini? Actually, how do we feel about eating raw zucchini that is spiralized and tossed with sweet grape tomatoes, fresh basil, creamy feta, and diced, buttery avocado in a simple, tasty blend of fresh lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil, and garlic? We
Bringing you this VERY simple and vibrant salad to kick off your wintry week! Peppery arugula balanced with fresh spinach and topped with thinly sliced sweet onions, winter citrus, and a VERY simple homemade vinaigrette. This salad feels like a promise of warmer days to come as I stare out my window at the snow.
Sometimes when I settle in to write a post for the blog the words just flow onto the screen. The narrative is usually lighthearted, a little bit spunky, and half the time I’m asking my proofreading husband “Did I go too far this time with the crazy phonetics?” On a few rare occasions I’ve asked