Well, this one has been around the block a time or two. If you are from anywhere near Texas you have had this salad in a number of forms. There are two constants: Catalina dressing from a bottle and Fritos. God knows I love Fritos. Let us all take a moment to appreciate Fritos …click to continue Frito Salad…a fresh take on a classic
Quinoa is a wonderful little grain that is packed with protein and calcium. It is a great way to vary dishes that typically call for rice. This is a version of a salad that I sometimes eat with brown rice and black beans covered in pico de gallo or salsa. Easy, healthful, good. Here, …click to continue Quinoa and Black Bean Salad with Jicama Salsa
So, about 35 miles outside of Austin lives a nice woman named Marsha Stringfellow, without whom this salad would not exist. She sent me a sweet email trying to track down a recipe for an edamame salad that she loves. The more we talked about it, the more irresistible it sounded. She told me …click to continue Marsha’s Edamame Salad
This is a beet salad. This is not a salad which, incidentally, contains some beets. If you do not like beets, you are not going to like this salad. I say this because I find that people are rarely luke-warm on the issue of beets. One either loves them or hates them. I fall …click to continue Roasted Beet & Pickled Red Onion Salad
I created this salad because I desperately needed something crunchy, green-ish and vegetable based after the holiday onslaught. How many pies have I made in the last 6 weeks? Don’t ask.
Suffice to say, I’m looking forward to a fresh start, food wise. And my mind has turned to salads. It is like tasty, …click to continue Prosperity Salad