Looking for some tasty, healthy ideas for the New Year to help shed those holiday pounds? Then here’s a flavorful salad that’s easy to mix…
This northern girl is LOVING that the heat of summer is in full swing here in Texas. One of the things I’ve been loving about living here is the abundance of fresh produce available all year long and most of it is sold at reasonable prices.
We’ve been eating our fair share of fresh fruit around here. We love eating watermelon, peaches, pears, bananas, strawberries..well you get the idea. You know what I don’t love though?
I’m so ready for winter to be over and the warmer days of spring and the hot days of summer to arrive. Fresh veggies call my name and cucumbers scream the loudest.
This cool, light, refreshing spring/summer salad takes little work to prepare so you can make it in no time at all. It’s easy to throw together for a potluck or grill out.
Amber asked for Chicken Salad the other day for lunch. “But not just boring chicken salad Mom, make it interesting.” So I did some searches and found a recipe to adapt from on WomansDay.com. It seems lighter than a traditional chicken salad due to the sour cream I think, and if you’re like some of my readers who think mayo is of the devil, I would think you could substitue the small amount of that with more sour cream also.
Hard to believe it’s July 4th already, isn’t it?! This is one of my favorite days of the year. But this year it will be bittersweet.
For the past number of years now we’ve celebrated the 4th with Amber’s best friend’s family…whose mom also happens to be my bestie as well. We hang out, the girls do their thing, we eat, we eat some more, then we eat s’mores, and then her husband puts on a fireworks show for us all.
A favorite summer time salad that has it’s roots in European cuisine serves up cucumbers and dill in a cream dressing. I grew up on this, with both my Oma and my mom making it, and also my mother-in-law, and it’s one of my favorite dishes. You can make it with a variety of ingredients, my mom makes hers with sour cream while my mother-in-law made hers with heavy cream, but the secret ingredient is really the dill!