Posts Tagged ‘Salad’
As spring rolls around once more, it is time to start thinking about what to serve at Easter. With all the bright, fresh, crisp colors of the new season we have so much to choose from. Luckily, to help even more, the Blogger C.L.U.E. theme this month is Easter so we’ll get you everything you need to please ol’ Peter Cottontail.
This month I was paired with Wendy from A Day in the Life on the Farm and I had a lovely time looking through her blog. There was so much to choose from, of course. I was on the hunt though for something light, crisp and fresh– so as soon as I saw the Asparagus Tips with Cucumber Vinaigrette– I knew I’d found my post!
The holidays can be rough on everyone– and everything. Your wallet, your energy, your diet. As we head into a fresh, new 2016, everyone needs some rejuvenating… a massage even. You, me, a couple bunches of kale. We deserve it.
With all the resolutions, vows to quit sugar, exercise more, drink less… it is easy to get overwhelmed. Luckily, the Blogger C.L.U.E. crew has your sorted. This month the theme is healthy eating recipes so you can stack your meal calendar with good (for you) food galore.
This Massaged Kale Salad is where it’s at. Give it a go.
I’ve been making this Black Bean salad for ages and it.is.awesome. It’s colorful, flavorful, and wonderful to share or make ahead for healthy meals throughout the week. Beyond being a scrumptious addition to any meal, it is quick and simple to put together.
I don’t know why or how, but until I lived in Charleston, SC I’d never experienced the delight of dining on Lowcountry Shrimp Salad. Honestly, I don’t think I’d even seen shrimp salad before. As a kid, growing up in New England, my first seafood choice was always anything lobster, so I guess the poor little shrimp dishes had a chance to make it on my menu. Read the rest of this entry »