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Roasted Cauliflower Salad

Whether you’re celebrating American Thanksgiving (as Canadians refer to it, just Thanksgiving if you’re in the U.S.!) or simply heading into the holiday season, you’ve got some big meals ahead

Vegetables

Corn and Black Bean Cous cous

Two things happen in my head when August hits. The first thing I do is to immediately start counting down how many weeks/days there are left to summer. The second

Lunch

Lisa’s Letters Home: Beach Lunches

Oh, I Do Like to Eat Beside the Seaside! We’re on the Isle of Wight enjoying lots of sightseeing, food, beaches, food, parks, and a bit more food. We always

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Gluten Free Poached Salmon

Dreamy Poached Salmon Do you ever go to bed thinking about the dinner you’ll be having the next day? Yeah, me neither.  I mean, I go to bed thinking about

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Gluten Free Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Salad

You know the way Laura and Ceri feel about pancakes? Well, that’s how I feel about quinoa salad. I just love the stuff, in no small part because the work

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Green Goddess Salad

After bat­ten­ing down the hatches to any­thing new on their din­ner plates for the past few months, I’m sens­ing the kids might be about to open a win­dow. Well, maybe not

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Chef Notes: Homemade Caesar Dressing

Caesar salads have become a restaurant staple. Everyone has one on their menu. Some trendy chefs will deconstruct it or try to fancy it up in one way or another,

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Salad On a Stick

Have I mentioned I’m freaking out about having to pack lunches? I have, haven’t I? The upside is that it’s forced me into research mode and I’ll be posting more

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Grilled Shrimp Guacamole Salad

Our lovely Lisa is on a well deserved holiday (crossing our fingers that none of her kids come down with chicken pox this year!). So, we’re bringing back an oldie

Picnics & BBQs

Grilled Corn and Green Bean Salad

Whenever August arrives I’m a bit conflicted. Part of me wonders where the hell half the summer has already gone while the other half of me is psyched for the