My clean house friend without any hobbies made us salad a couple weeks ago that I actually liked.
I typically am not a fan of salad because
- Food touching
- Hungry by the time I finish eating
- They don’t make chocolate salads
- Really good salads are missing bread – and that’s why I like sandwiches better.
She violated item 2 something fierce – This salad had green stuff, strawberries, cranberries, feta, nuts and some vinaigrette. I was mourning the loss of perfectly good strawberries, but tried it anyway and actually liked it.
We paid for a CSA this year – The whole ‘eat local’ thing, along with – if I’m handed a food I wouldn’t normally eat, I’ll figure out a way to hide it so we don’t waste it.
I present to you the CSA Week One Salad
A bunch of green stuff (I don’t know what – 4 kinds of weeds I picked through and stuck in the colander to clean)
Radishes (chopped small so they are hidden), strawberries, cranberries, green onion, almonds, rest of some vinaigrette. Green stuff in a bowl, red stuff on top.
I’m not in love with this concoction, but I figure when the compost scraps looks like this, I must bein doing something good for me.