Tag Archive: Salads

Hawaiian Bowls (gluten-free)

It’s always this time of the year — when the air is brisk and the rain relentless — that I long for my self-proclaimed second home of Kauai. Okay, I’ll┬ábe honest: the Hawaiian… Continue reading

Rainbow Noodle Salad (gluten-free option!)

Spring has me thinking color, color, color! My herb garden is planted, my perennials are blooming, and the produce at the farmer’s market is bursting with fresh vibrancy… a literal feast for the… Continue reading

The Sage Vegan: Applelicious Potato Salad

I am so excited to introduce to you the very first blog entry by my awesome 8-year-old daughter, Sage. A vegetarian since birth and a vegan for almost a year now, Sage has… Continue reading

Pomegranate Orange Coconut Salad with Lime Zest

Pomegranate is such a great holiday fruit. With it’s perfectly sweet & tart flavor, burst of juice in every seed, and jewel-like appearance, it’s like something out of a fantasy world. While the… Continue reading

Curry Tofu Satay with Peanut Sauce and Cucumber Salad

It was one of those evenings when I really, really, REALLY wanted to go out to eat but alas, it was not in the cards. You see, I wanted Thai food but all… Continue reading

Seitan Salad Sandwich with Green Grapes

My Dad used to make me chicken salad sandwiches all the time when I was a kid. One of my missions with this blog is to recreate all my favorite childhood foods to… Continue reading

Eggless Egg Salad

  Egg salad used to be one of my favorites. Growing up I’d beg my Dad to make a batch of his signature egg salad so I could have it in my lunch… Continue reading

Chili-Lime Grapefruit Salad

I just love simple side dishes that liven up a meal or add something unexpected to the mix. I served this fresh, fruity, tangy salad as a side to a dinner spread of… Continue reading

Quick Chinese Tofu Salad

A friend stopped over for lunch and I had all that extra iceberg lettuce from yesterday’s post to deal with. My friend (who is also a vegan) is a huge fan of a… Continue reading

Japanese Cucumber Salad

Here’s the last installment from my Japanese feast from the other day. This cucumber salad is quick and easy to make, and refreshing for a hot summer day or warm summer evening. In… Continue reading

Japanese Seaweed Salad

One of my favorite items to order at a Japanese restaurant, I am often frustrated that it can cost up to $5 for a tiny plate of delicious seaweed salad. I just love… Continue reading

Sunflower Greens

I found sunflower greens at the market and was intrigued to say the least. The woman working there said they’re exactly what they say they are… the sprouts that grow from sunflower seeds… Continue reading