I'm not a big fan of traditional salad: iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, a few bits of processed cheese covered in bottle dressing ... YUK!
I prefer fruit to vegetables in my salad and a lettuce of heftier means - like spring mix or yard clippings as my DOH refers to them and / or kale, etc.
First, make the dressing because it really should sit for 15 to 30 minutes before dressing your salad.
Yeah, cole slaw was my first thought, but I just wasn't feeling it. So, I Googled "what can I do with a head of cabbage?" and I was overloaded with ideas! Go Google!
Eliminating those that needed ingredients I didn't have I opted for a Sausage and Cabbage Stew. Big hit with both of us. Filling, but not too heavy. Here's the recipe:
Italian Sausage and Cabbage Stew
So many people are going "GF" or "gluten-free" these days that many of the recipes I share will sport a (GF) in the title. You can easily find those special recipes by searching for GF in the search bar. Want a gluten free chicken recipe? Search for "GF, chicken." Have a favorite recipe to share? Leave a comment or fill in the "What are you looking for?" contact form and I'll post it!
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It was fast approaching my first born's third birthday and I asked her what she wanted me to fix for her birthday dinner.
"Tickle beets!" she shouted. "Tickle beets!"
"You mean 'pickled beets'? I asked.
"No, tickle beets be'tuz they are pink like my cheeks when you tickle me."
I couldn't argue with that!
Grandmother's Pickled Beets
My daughter, Natasha, loves this soup and it's perfect for any occasion - serve it with an Indian bread, such as Tandoori Roti (not gluten free).
I hope you make some fresh tandoori roti ... it's easy and amazing!
I'm a sucker for a good casserole and this one fit the bill. I found it in our local paper and wanted to share it. Of course I tweaked it more to my liking but here it is:
Bake until cheese is melted, about 10 minutes and top with green onions, avocado and tomato, if you wish.