Category Archives: Salad

Green Goddess Dressing

The Green Goddess

The perfect vehicle for all the forgotten summer herbs silently wilting away in your crisper: my riff on the classic Green Goddess dressing.

Edamame Soba Salad with Seaweed and Garlic

Edamame + Soba

Nuggets of edamame and shards of seaweed dot this refreshing noodle salad, perfect for summer picnics or just sitting out on the porch.

Kale Cranberry Salad

Kale, Cranberry & Quinoa Salad

In this holiday season where it’s easy to forget why we’re braving the crowds or baking ourselves into a frenzy, this salad will give you pause to breathe and recharge.

Cous Cous Salad

Cous Cous with Cilantro Pesto & Halloumi

The fruits of a time-wasting afternoon: Cous cous salad with cilantro-walnut pesto, Halloumi cheese and fresh tomatoes.

Summer Squid Salad

Summer Squid Salad & A Giveaway

Tender squid rings with celery and fennel tossed in a lemon vinaigrette make for a simple and light summer salad. And a giveaway from i love blue sea, the only retail distributor of sustainable seafood in the US.

Ryan Casey, Blue House Farm

Blue House Farm

Meet Ryan Casey, owner and farmer of Blue House Organic Farm in Pescadero, by the Pacific Coast, as well as a recipe for Beet & Arugula Salad.

Scallop Potato Salad

Scallop & Potato Salad

Light, simple and fresh summer salad featuring ceviche-style scallops with earthy yukon gold potatoes, drizzled with kernels of creamy pine nuts.

Christmas Dinner Part Two: Crab Salad With Spicy Lemon Dressing

The next course in Bon Vivant’s virtual Christmas dinner: a Nobu-inspired crab salad with spicy lemon dressing to refresh the palate and aid digestion.

Let’s Lunch! Spiced Pumpkin & Lentil Salad Recipe

To mark the changing of the seasons (and our wardrobe), the Let’s Lunch folks unanimously voted for Fall salads for this month’s lunch date. Coming from a tropical island where the weather all year round is pretty much either hot and humid or wet and humid, the concept of changing seasons is something I’m still getting used to even though this will be my third Fall season. Of course I’m absolutely delighted at the different wardrobes I could have throughout the year

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