Category Archives: Salads

Southern Pulled Pork and Slaw

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I’ve never been much of a fan of pulled pork, not sure why, just didn’t seem to ever find it had much flavour.  It was always a meal I could take or leave.  The only recipe I ever liked was … Continue reading

Roasted Veggie Wild Rice Salad

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Yum We had a large Christmas / Holiday gathering at our house, roasted turkey with all the fixings was on the menu as was a new treat for those who don’t eat meat.  We are such carnivores in our house … Continue reading

Summer Potato Salad

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Yum All right, so I realize I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus, but in all fairness life has been an insane whirlwind lately.  From finishing university classes to buying a new house, selling the old one… very quickly … Continue reading

Beef Carpaccio

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I know I haven’t posted a recipe in a little while and it will be a little longer until I post something with any real kind of ingredient list and clear(er) instructions.  We are currently in Las Vegas… on a … Continue reading

Summer Tomato Salad

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  This is the perfect salad when you don’t know what to do with that late summer bounty.  My mother has always had a true green thumb.  She grows vegetables and herbs amidst the rocks in her driveway, consequently I’ve … Continue reading

Pickled Herring Salad

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I had something for lunch today that my mother had very regularly when she was incubating me.  In the Czech Republic most office buildings had cafeterias attached to them and the menu was full of home made healthy food, from … Continue reading

Wild Rice Salad

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This is a salad I threw together once because I received a 10 lb box of wild rice and I needed to figure out a way to eat it.  The recipe has its origins in a pasta salad that I … Continue reading