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
Truly excellent tomatoes are a rare thing, indeed. Your average grocery store tomato is a sad ghost of a proud garden tomato. I have had several tomato encounters that have stopped me in my place, elicited a moan of joy and understanding, and bonded me to the pursuit of great tomatoes. That’s not to …click to continue Insalata Caprese with Coppa