Green, Blue and Red Winter Salad

Green, Blue and Red Winter Salad

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I’ve been attempting to mix things up with my lunch routine lately. Leftovers can get boring, and I don’t always feel like cooking something new.

I decided that I need to start working on having a well stocked supply of goodies in the house to make more interesting salads. This one was absolutely awesome. It hit all of my favorite notes – sweet, salty, crunchy, tangy… CHEESE. Continue Reading →

Roasted Parsnips and Sweet Potatoes with Caper Vinaigrette

Roasted Parsnips and Sweet Potatoes with Caper Vinaigrette

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I bought Plenty a while back, and this is the second recipe I’ve made from it. The first was Eggplant with Buttermilk Sauce, which was so good, that I had high hopes for my second recipe attempt. Let me tell you – this did NOT disappoint! Dino actually said, “this is the best vegetable dish I’ve ever eaten. EVER!” as he was eating his second helping of these beautiful roasted veggies. Continue Reading →

Massaged Kale Salad with Herbed Goat Cheese Croquettes and Fresh Blueberry Vinaigrette

Massaged Kale Salad with Herbed Goat Cheese Croquettes & Fresh Blueberry Vinaigrette

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To use some of the beautiful Fresh Blueberry Vinaigrette that I made, I put together a salad for myself for dinner. My (lactose intolerant) husband had to run out to band practice, so I figured I’d celebrate by frying up some goat cheese and drinking wine. It had been a while since I had a massaged kale salad, so I decided to use that as a base. Not that I’m above just consuming fried cheese and wine for dinner, by any means ;). Continue Reading →