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coleslaw in a bowl

I am not a huge fan of mayonnaise, I think it tastes “funny” sometimes. Maybe it’s the spices they put in it? But I do love a good, fresh coleslaw salad! Coleslaw is so versatile. It can be paired with tacos, spring rolls, BBQ, really just about any cuisine. The secret to a good…(Read More)

Cucumber, Hearts of Palm, and Broccoli Salad

Seeing how my father has been a vegetarian for 45 years (most of my life), I grew up eating salads every. night. of. the. week! You would’a thought I was tired of eating salads. But nothing could be further from the truth. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I go a few days without…(Read More)

I love salads all year round. And I love the more bitter and pungent tasting greens. So this kale salad is a winner. I load my salads up with a variety of vegetables to keep it interesting. This salad has some of my favorites in it, like chickpeas (garbanzo beans), artichoke hearts, roasted peppers, pumpkin…(Read More)

tomatoes, beets, arugula, salad

Tomato, Beet, and Arugula Salad   I love tomatoes all year round and eat them often, but something about the tomatoes of summer is different. They taste sweeter somehow. Beets are typically a winter staple, but have found their sweetness pairs nicely with the tomatoes too. Actually, it all kinda came together by happenstance! I…(Read More)

salad, cucumber, endive, bell pepper, gluten free

Cucumber, Endive, and Heirloom Tomato Salad In the heat of the lazy dog days of summer (pun intended) I try to make my life and my meals as easy as possible. I use simple, yet flavorful ingredients and let them do the heavy lifting. Take this simple salad I made to go along with my…(Read More)

endive, herb, salad, anti-cancer

Endive Salad This endive salad is so easy it will have you coming back for more! I made this salad with ingredients I had on hand that I knew would be a great way to cool down on a hot day. This salad is also a great way to detox. It’s star ingredients include…(Read More)