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I hate the word synergy, or at least the whole 1+1=3 concept, but I’ve gotta say, all the components in this dish really amounted to more than just a sum of its parts! This dish is all about taking the time to really focus on each ingredient, so the combination creates something extremely delicious! Fresh tomato coulis, homemade mayonnaise, sourdough bread made from scratch, and an arrangement of delicious greens grown in my own yard! I knew this was going to be tasty, but it turned out even better than I was hoping.
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Head over to the Tomato Coulis, and Homemade Mayo recipes before you get into this one! Although I haven’t had time to post up any sourdough recipes, if you don’t have a go to bread recipe, I would suggest getting something fresh from a local bakery. You can expect a whole run-down on creating a sourdough starter, maintaining it, and making bread with it in the future!
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Posted in Dinner, Lunch, Sandwich
Tagged Bacon, BLT, deconstructed BLT, garden, homemade mayo, how to make a fancy BLT, lettuce, mayonnaise, pea shoots, serrano ham, tomato coulis
Time is flying by with the Julia Child 100 year celebration and it’s already onto week 4! This time with the fancy and filling Salad Nicoise [nee-SWAHZ]. With each assignment Carlene and I receive, we try to stay true to the recipe, but add a little extra flare if possible! This week is no exception. Instead of piling a bunch of ingredients into a bowl, we wanted to use some great fresh tuna and a different plating style to class things up a bit!
Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Egg, Fish, Fresh herbs, JC100, Lunch, Potato, Salad, Seafood, Side, Vegetable
Tagged 100, anchovies, anchovy, birthday, boiled, capers, celebration, child, egg, Fancy, french, hard, jc100, julia, lettuce, nicoise, olive, parsley, pesto, plating, Salad, tomato, tuna
Before trying to make these at home, I was always a bit confused why people would want to eat lettuce wraps – with no carbs, sauces or spices how could these things be tasty? Well, was I proved wrong. Lettuce wraps are not only uber healthy, but surprisingly packed with flavour and very easy to make. So let’s get to the recipe so we can all enjoy this healthy meal.
Posted in Easy, Fresh herbs, Healthy
Tagged cheese, chick, Chicken, cilantro, easy, goat, lettuce, peas, shrimp, wraps
Cold Rolls are one of my favorite foods. Not only are they reasonably healthy because they are usually made out of rice, an assortment of veggies and a small amount of protein. Because of these simple, but tasty ingredients, cold rolls make for a great choice for those with a sensitive tummies or gluten allergies! Another bonus is that rice noodles and rice paper is ridiculously cheap – I think I spent tops $3 for the noodles and paper at Superstore.
Posted in International Food, Seafood, Wrap
Tagged cold, free, gluten, healthy, lettuce, Rolls, salmon, spring, tuna, Vietnamese