I based this 20th salad in the 52 Salad Recipes Series on one that I clipped out of a newspaper about 25 years ago. It’s gone through a few transformations over the years but today I bring it to you pretty close to what I remember as its original form.
Let me introduce you to Salad #15 in this Fox Kitchen’s 52 Salad Recipe Series. This Arugula Herb Salad with White Beans and Olives is a good crossover recipe that is suitable for all seasons.
As a food blogger, I do a lot of online reading and follow tons of food blogs! I’m a proud member of Food Bloggers of Canada community and am especially fond of articles and recipes written by my fellow FBC’ers.
This Asparagus and Peas Quinoa Salad with Mint Dressing is one of my favourites so far in this 52 Salad Recipe series.
I’m telling you I sure was glad Mr Fox was around to help me eat this salad. Otherwise, I would have eaten the entire thing all by myself and then I’d be down on the floor lamenting over having eaten too much … oh come on, you can’t tell me you’ve never done that … please tell me I’m not the only one.
This Blueberry Mango Quinoa Salad is number 11 in this Fox Kitchen’s 52 Salad Recipe Series.
Blue and yellow are a favourite colour combination of mine. Why I didn’t use it on the blog, I don’t know but just look at this salad … isn’t it one of the most striking salads you’ve ever seen? I could sit and look at it all day long.
This Five Minute Strawberry Romaine Salad is number 9 in my series of 52 Salad Recipe Series.
We call this ‘Salad in a Hurry’ because that’s what it is. It came about a few weeks ago after I opened the fridge looking for a quick-lunch. Five minutes later I sat down to this light crisp, simple, yet satisfying lunchtime meal.
Have you tried Garlic Scapes yet? If not, you really need to. I discovered these unusual looking little babies a couple of years ago and now I eagerly await their arrival at the Farmers Markets every year.
This Asparagus Radish Salad with Tahini Cider Dressing is the fourth salad in my series of 52 Salad Recipes.
My love of asparagus is extreme. So much so, I can remember foraging for it when I was a kid. I would sometimes eat the stalks raw but most of the time it got cooked up as an after school snack. Loaded with melted butter of course.
With the American Thanksgiving last week, the Grey Cup Game today and Christmas just around the corner, it feels like the full on Season of entertaining has arrived.