I had posted this Salad few years ago but I thought with the nice weather hopefully coming up, I should revive it. This is great light Summer Salad. You can prep the ingredients in individually n separate containers and mix it at the last minute. This will go fabulously with a glass of White wine perhaps a Riesling.
Spring is in full bloom around here in my beautiful Chicago. Although we have had a few rain soaked week-ends, I am enjoying this new bloom of life. Getting the garden ready and more so the Sun-room ready where we will soon be having almost every meal of week-ends.
A spring time salad to go with this fresh new life. Delicious, healthy and home-made. We are making a concerted effort at eating healthier. That does mean cooking at home almost exclusively. It never fails to amaze me to see not only food is so much healthier but it also tastes so much better. It doesn’t have to be complicated. A simple salad like this Asparagus Salad is so easy to come together and adds so much value to your meal.
We had a wet but still lovely Easter morning this year. The rain stopped just in time for the egg hunt. This time Bunny left very little candy and gave some real toys. I was very happy with Bunny’s decision. 🙂 We had a simple Brunch afterwards. This Brunch is evolving into a tradition as the girls get older. We had Baked French Toast (find recipe here), … Continue reading Our Easter morning and recipe for Green peas and Spinach Fritters
Ingredients Spinach 3 to 4 cups Chickpeas 1 can or 1 ½ to 2 cups cooked Red onion ½ of medium sized cut small Crumbly cheese of your choice such as Queso fresco ½ cup Basil leaves cut up about 4 to 5 Apple cider vinegar 2 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil 2 Tbsp Honey 1 Tbsp Dijon Mustard 1 /2 tsp Salt and Pepper … Continue reading Spinach and Chickpea Salad