Prosciutto, salami, and fresh mozzarella are some of my favorite Italian ingredients, so it's no wonder that every time I go to a sub shop, the Italian sandwich is the only thing I order. I watch as the sandwich artist rolls my monster hero in the paper, and I dream of sinking my teeth into…
Have you ever taken a bite from a beautifully plated meal and felt like you've been transported to a distant land? Well, after one bite of this salad, you can close your eyes and imagine you are dining in an Italian villa. This elegant Burrata Prosciutto and heirloom tomato salad, and oh-so-delicious dish is the…
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #AquafinaSparkling #CollectiveBiasMy new life in California is so different than my routine in New York. Since my recent move to LA LA Land, I have enjoyed taking advantage of the warm weather, radiant sunshine, sandy beaches, and the unfortunate traffic. Driving from place to place, instead of walking has seriously cut into my once active lifestyle. As a result, my step counter has been pinging me non-stop to exercise more. So I had to do something about it.
The idea of grilling lettuce may seem a little bizarre, but adding some heat to your salad can transform it into something elegant and delicious. If you've had grilled romaine salad before, you know how tasty it is, but if this is your first experience, then you will be in for a treat.
No one likes a boring salad, so why not mix it up a bit! I tend to love salads all year long, but summer time is perfect season to enjoy a delicious salad packed with vitamins and nutrients. I also am more active in the summer, so I tend to get hungry often. Salad can be a light snack, or with a little help, it can also be a filling meal.
I have never been a fan of traditional potato salad with heavy mayo and lackluster flavor. That is why I love this recipe from Stop and Shop. In their Healthy Ideas video, I am mixing things up by adding a new twist with this Grilled Potato Salad. It combines tangy vinaigrette with grilled potatoes. You can grill your potatoes on your indoor grill or outside with the rest of the BBQ. This recipe is great for the summer, but it can be enjoyed all year long.
I am a salad fanatic, not because they are healthy, but because they can pack a lot of flavor and texture into one bite. This cannot be more true than with my Chicken Cobb Salad and Green Goddess Dressing. I have combined the smooth avocado texture with crispy pancetta and even took it one step further by crisping my chicken skin to add even more flavor. This recipe includes a herb packed homemade Green Goddess dressing with a tangy finish to add that extra kick this salad needs.