Archive for Salad

Greek ‘Tabbouli’-Stuffed Heirloom Tomatoes

The first thing you should know about this post is that I’m ‘phoning it in’. I’m currently ‘on location’ in Seattle, where an epic childhood summer is being played out by my two children. I think I’m the over-worked and under-appreciated Assistant Director in this…

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Crowned Coronation Chicken

In cooking, fusion has gone from being all the rage, to a bad word. A real f-word, you might say. I don’t know why that is, really, and it seems an awful shame. My whole life is about fusion, from the very beginning when my English mother…

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Chicken S’mack Salad

Chicken M’Sakhan is normally served on a bed of flat bread. Hubby likes it on rice, so that’s how I usually do it. But not anymore…

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Creamy Asparagus & Pea Potato Salad

A creamy, minty potato salad, using what’s left of the asparagus as well as seasonal peas and new potatoes. And no mayonnaise to spoil in the sun!

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Guacamole, Two Ways

OK, so it’s the 5th of May. If you’re in the US, particularly California and the southwest, or (ahem) an American living abroad, you’ll probably be making a lot more of this holiday than even the Mexicans do.

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The Green Goddess

Last week, in my lebneh post, I mentioned that one use for lebneh was in a ‘Green Goddess’. And I left you with a promise that I’d clue you in later. Well, it’s later.

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Salmon Salade Composée

I hear from the folks back in Seattle that the sun has declined their 4th of July party invitations. Not to rub it in, but we’re having a bit of a heat wave in England – only problem is that celebrating American Independence Day in the land of the people whose defeat it commemorates is, well, a bit tricky.

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