A dressing with fresh and exotic citrus flavour and a hint of sweetness that’s delicious on bitter greens like arugula or watercress or on grain salads.
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A salad with lots of fresh-herb flavour made with a unique blend of grains including wehani rice, rye berries and brown rice. It’s delicious with roast chicken, grilled lamb kebabs or pork tenderloin.
Red quinoa gives this salad a pleasant crunch and boosts the protein. The strawberries add beautiful colour and just the right amount of sweetness in the dressing.
Black barley and orange segments create a spectacular presentation in this protein-rich salad.
Cannellini beans and broccolini is a classic Italian combination tossed with balsamic dressing. Serve with crusty bread and cheese for an ideal hot weather meal.
The herbaceous flavour and aroma of wild herbs from the South of France are what makes David’s Herb de Provence blend unique. Whisk it into this easy vinaigrette and toss with your favourite greens, beans, pasta, or grain salad.
What do you call “a youthful time, accompanied by the inexperience, enthusiasm, idealism, innocence, or indiscretion that one associates with a young person”? We call them SALAD DAYS. This cool expression was first used by Shakespeare ba$ck in 1606 in his play Anthony and Cleopatra and has been used in speeches ever since. Summer is […]
Well spring is finally here and everyone is making salad, hopefully DIY gaining flavour, saving money, and promoting your health. In my last Blog post Salad Dressings DIY Quality: Part II The Basics it was time to expose the myth that bottled salad dressings were cheap. The math is clear, bottled salad dressing is expensive […]
With spring arriving soon it is time to re-visit the DIY concept of making your OWN salad dressings and eliminating all store bought dressings. In last year post “SALAD DRESSINGS DIY Part I: French Dressing” we explored together the history of French Dressing and the early development of bottled dressings sold in stores. Although ‘French […]
A superfood salad that tastes good and is good for you. This complex, Asian-inspired vinaigrette is the perfect partner for the kale, almonds and blueberries.
The perfect appetizer for a celebratory meal or add slices of rosy grilled duck breast or juicy roast chicken and turn it into the main course.
Most people have in their fridge a bottle of salad dressing. What they don’t know is that it makes them sick, and I’m gonna show you why. There is a lot of advertising and a lot of effort out there to talk anyone and everyone into buying into of literally thousands of salad dressings. It is a […]