I am officially sick of salad, but I’m praying that you aren’t like me and eat the same meal once a day for two weeks (excluding breakfast. The same breakfast everyday is a-okay with me.). That means that when you look at pictures of this salad, you think “YUM” and not “not again.” Even though I kinda frown at the spring mix in my fridge at the moment, it still definitely is possible that I think that this salad is delicious. Just look at those pictures. So many colors! It’s not just pretty, though; the normal, veggie-filled healthy entree is dressed with a Thai dressing, and it’s the secret that really makes it great. Continue reading “Thai dressing and dipping sauce”
What is the best part of getting sushi? The sushi, of course, you may think. Yes, that’s likely the main reason you go to a sushi restaurant. But there’s an added benefit, and it’s actually a pretty big one for me– the salad dressing! (Yes, I’m pretty emphatic about this, too.) The salad dressing on the little puny side salad that I always order makes up for how pathetic it is that I’ll pay $3 for a few pieces of iceberg lettuce, three cucumber slices and a light sprinkle of shredded carrots. I can eat the dressing with a spoon, though, so that makes up for it.
We’re coming upon the eve of the Fourth of July, and if you haven’t already gone to the grocery store to stock up patriotic groceries and libations, you might be thinking about going. July is hot, though, and if you’re like me and don’t have a grill, you’re also probably looking for ways to avoid turning on the oven. Even if you have access to a grill, it’s likely that you seek reprieve from the heat outside, too, and hope to spend as little time as possible in the kitchen, even without the oven on. Filling your belly with watermelon is a good solution, but one can’t survive on watermelon alone. Let me introduce you to the solution to your problems: three bean salad.