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Kale salad with Bacon

In Dinners, Gardening On April 13, 2015 0 Comments

“Do I see bacon? If so, you should include that in the title; bacon sells everything.”—a loyal fan/one of my best friends. I harvested all of the kale… Read More »

Asian inspired coleslaw

In Dinners On January 6, 2015 1 Comment

People often ask me what to do with cabbage. It’s sort of a boring vegetable that most of us don’t keep on hand like we do with carrots… Read More »

The perfect “other” salad and how to dress it.

In Dinners, Gardening On July 11, 2014 0 Comments

Move over lettuce, you are no longer the star of the show!

Eggplant and Tomato salad (a recipe from Central Asia)

In Dinners On January 17, 2014 0 Comments

When I traveled to Kyrgyzstan several years ago I paid close attention to the meals I was served, so that I could make the comfort foods of home… Read More »

Zippy, Zesty, Savory Coleslaw

In Dinners On June 18, 2013 1 Comment

Begin by washing and shredding your green (or purple) cabbage. I had made stir fry earlier in the week, so I had 3/4 of a large cabbage leftover…. Read More »

Pasta Fruit Salad

In Breakfast, Desserts On May 22, 2013 2 Comments

For a variation to a fruit salad, try adding some cooked pasta. It adds an interesting texture as well as adding some protein and nutrients, forming more of… Read More »

The Yarden’s First Harvest of the Season

In Gardening, Kid-Friendly On April 7, 2013 0 Comments

The winter here in Seattle was mild. We had about 2 weeks of freezing temps and less precipitation than normal and no snow. My Garden which is in… Read More »

Apple Beet Carrot Salad

In Dinners, Gardening, Kid-Friendly, Snacks On March 21, 2013 0 Comments

What I love most about this salad is the color! I adore this combination of colors. So bright, fun, beautiful, and natural. My camera doesn’t quite capture the… Read More »

Curried Chicken and Apple salad

In Dinners, Snacks On March 3, 2013 0 Comments

I prepare every meal for my family of 3, every day. Packing lunch boxes with dinner leftovers does get boring sometimes and reheating soups and casseroles is a… Read More »

Warm Crab Salad

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On January 14, 2013 0 Comments

This salad can certainly be eaten cold, but my husband likes hot foods and hot meals, especially in the winter. I had a package of imitation crab meat,… Read More »