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HARVEST SALAD WITH SPICE ROASTED CARROTS — Sprouted Kitchen. I am comfortable here in Southern California.


We have pretty moderate temperatures, the air smells clean from the coastal breeze, we have family close, friends around we've had for decades, we live in a safe area and have jobs we like which support the life we've built in this place (it's a privilege to write things like that, that is not lost on me, especially these days). There is traffic and smog, and property is stupid expensive, but the positives keep us here and hustling. Sometimes being comfortable feels stale and stagnant, and stagnancy does not breed creativity or action or new ideas or a life that feels lived in.

Whenever I feel like I have nothing to write or nothing to cook, I need to leave. I need to learn something new, meet new people, eat somewhere I've never been. The rural areas of Vietnam are breathtaking. Stone Fruit and Burrata Salad - What's Gaby Cooking. 1.

Stone Fruit and Burrata Salad - What's Gaby Cooking

Things taste better with salt 2. Having a bit of a tan makes me happy 3. My dad makes the worlds most amazing cookies 4. Yoga pants are the best thing ever invented 5. Burrata should be its own food group You agree right? SUMMERY KALE CHOP. Are you summering well?


I see you people who make summer bucket lists and I imagine that helps one to optimize their time this season. I have an unacceptable amount of sand in my car, I am eating lots of tomatoes and fruit crisps and we cleaned up the front porch so we can sit out there at dusk with a glass of wine and watch the kids run around in the grass so I do feel in it. Tuna Poke In Avocado Bowls. In need for some new easymade inspiration for the weekend.

Tuna Poke In Avocado Bowls

Hawaiien poke is so hot right now & the most traditional poke is Ahi poke. Chunks of tuna marinated in soya and sesame. I made poke a while a go after a standard recipe, but added some cilantro. Zucchini Salad With Lemon, Toasted Hazelnuts And Parmesan Cheese. Mango, Avocado and Pomegranate Salad with the BEST Mango Chilli Dressing. This is an awesome salad.

Mango, Avocado and Pomegranate Salad with the BEST Mango Chilli Dressing

It has that perfect mix of sweet and savoury as the flavours of the mango and pomegranates are perfectly balanced by the lambs lettuce, avocado and pumpkin seeds. The textures also complement each other so well, with the soft chunks of mango and avocado contrasting against the crunchy bites of pumpkin seeds and pomegranates. While these ingredients taste amazing on their own, they become a trillion times more delicious when the world’s best salad dressing is added. I am not kidding this dressing is seriously insane. The combination of mango, apple cider vinegar, avocado, chilli, paprika and raw agave syrup is too good.

I could not recommend this more. Serves two For the salad - 1 mango - 2 avocados. Cherry Walnut Chicken Salad Recipe. Never miss a post with FREE e-mail delivery of Diethood's recipes!

Cherry Walnut Chicken Salad Recipe

Sign UpClose Open AddThis What's Next Recommended for you. Healthy Chicken Chickpea Chopped Salad. Poppy Seed-Crusted Squash with a Sweet Tahini Dressing. For me salad is one of those meals that can either be totally divine and totally hunger sating, or unbelievably boring and hungry making.

Poppy Seed-Crusted Squash with a Sweet Tahini Dressing

This salad is definitely the first. The combination of flavours is so wonderful. Between the sweet squash coated with poppy seeds, juicy tomatoes, crunchy pine nuts, courgettes and beans every tastebud is hit. The sweet, creamy dressing with a hint of chilli, however, really brings the whole thing together. It both complements and enhances all existing flavours and really takes your plate to the next level. Serves 2 – 1 butternut squash. WINTER GREENS + CRISPY QUINOA SALAD — Sprouted Kitchen. We had an impromptu dinner at a friends house on Monday.


There was a group text started in the late morning to have dinner that evening on a friends patio. Cortney Seaver / Project Sunny. Snappy Spring Salad. I thought that it was time I posted a recipe highlighting and celebrating the beautiful produce that is now in season.

Snappy Spring Salad

We’ve been enjoying plenty of asparagus and sugar snap green peas lately, so combining them in a fresh, vibrantly flavoured salad seems like the best idea. Green peas and asparagus are nutritional powerhouses. Both vegetables contain very high amounts of folate (a.k.a. folic acid), a b-complex vitamin that supports cell production (especially in your skin! Yay!) , allows nerves to function properly, and helps prevent osteoporosis-related bone fractures. Olive, Pine Nut and Zucchini Salad. I find that it can be hard to get the perfect mix of ingredients that really makes a plate of salad exciting, so I’m always on the look out for new ideas.

Olive, Pine Nut and Zucchini Salad

My recent olive obsession inspired this one, which is truly awesome. The combination of toasted pine nuts, raw zucchini slices, sweet cherry tomatoes, creamy avocado, ever-so-slightly bitter rocket and juicy black and green olives is just unreal. So simple, so delicious and drizzled with a little apple cider vinegar and sprinkled with salt it is just heaven! I love! It’s a fantastic 5 minute lunch dish when you’re in a rush – everything can be tossed together so easily, just a little chopping and toasting required. A plate of this salad is an amazing way to get in a lot of your needed daily goodness as it is bursting with nutritional value.

Serves 2 - 1 large handful of black olives - 1 large handful of green olives - 1 zucchini.