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Category Archives: Simply Salads

Fried Couscous…say what?!

{Posted on August 29, 2011}

In my quest for different sides and salads, I’ve recently run across this little ditty and man is it delicious! I love couscous but who would have thought to “fry” it?? The taste of this recipe reminds me a bit … Continue reading

Tomatoes, tomahtoes…whatever, let’s just eat!

{Posted on August 1, 2011}

It’s going to be a bumper-crop of tomatoes in my garden this year and fortunately I’ve planted 6 different varieties, including some gorgeous heirlooms. I found this recipe recently in my Martha Stewart Living mag that makes great use of … Continue reading

Cool Lunch or Refreshing Side – You Decide!

{Posted on July 22, 2011}

Delicioso summer salad when all these lovely veggies are beautiful and abundant. (Oh yeah, simple too…WINNING!) Middle Eastern Veggie Salad 10 Scallions, white and green parts, thinly sliced 1 Pound ripe tomatoes, diced 1/2 inch dice 1 English cucumber, halved, … Continue reading

Salad with a kiss from the sun!

{Posted on July 10, 2011}

In recent years I’ve started cooking with Fennel. I was a bit leery at first but ended up loving the fresh crunch and slightly anise tasting veggie in a variety of recipes. This salad recipe is fabulous for an outside … Continue reading

Kick off summer with salads!

{Posted on May 27, 2011}

Memorial weekend is finally here and if the weather will cooperate we just might get our first picnics, outside parties and parades kicked off in fabulous fashion! No matter where you’re going or what’s being served, here’s a great all-purpose … Continue reading

Speaking of picnics…

{Posted on May 19, 2011}

I recently came up with this easy salad recipe that’s an awesome side dish or eat it on its own with some crusty bread! I wasn’t sure what to call it, so my husband named it Picnic Salad, which is … Continue reading

Warm days…cool salads

{Posted on May 12, 2011}

For the moment the weather has taken a turn and it’s been down right HOT! (No complaints here Mother Nature, promise.) So immediately I think of my easy go-to, little-time-at-a-hot-stove meals – cuz by gosh, a cold beverage and a … Continue reading