Loaded chopped taco salad made with fresh greens piled high with black beans, corn, avocado, radishes, cheddar cheese, and pico de gallo. Topped with crunchy homemade seasoned tortilla chips and finished with a creamy salsa taquera dressing for a touch of heat. The combination that taste so good in between hard shells, taste just as […]
This bright, beautiful salad showcases fresh winter citrus and fruits for an easy healthy meal that’s ready in a pinch. Juicy blood oranges are paired with fresh chunks of mozzarella torn by hand and perfectly placed around a tower of baby arugula that’s tossed together with fresh pomegranate arils and pistachios. Served with a refreshing […]
An easy spin on a classic, it’s simple, fresh and perfect for any sprout lover. Served warm, it combines homemade sourdough croutons, dressing, and fresh parmesan cheese. A Caesar salad is arguably one of the most well-known salads. It’s simplicity focusses on the crispy warm Brussel sprouts with a lighter slightly healthier dressing without compromising […]
Beautiful winter produce semi-deconstructed panzanella salad that’s overflowing with vibrant watermelon radishes, juicy gooseberries, crispy arugula, fresh pomegranates served overtop crusty pesto crouton-style sliced bread and finished with shaved parmesan cheese. This salad is inspired by summer but instead uses fresh produce that’s currently available at the grocers during winter like gooseberries, pomegranate, and watermelon […]
This flavourful pear salad is layered with tender arugula and spinach, sweet juicy pears, salty prosciutto and walnuts tossed in a creamy macadamia oil, white balsamic walnut dressing. This recipe is definitely a must for any fall harvest dinner parties and the perfect way to incorporate seasonal produce.
A Mediterranean inspired salmon salad served over a bed of crisp arugula topped with fresh avocado, tomatoes, olives, mozzarella, cucumber, and dill dressed in a white balsamic and dill vinaigrette.
This is not your traditional Tuscan style panzanella salad with tomatoes and soaked stale bread. We made this salad our own and decided to use peaches instead of tomatoes. When peaches are in season they are so juicy and fragrant, dripping with flavor. They bring the perfect sweet and tangy flavors to the salad that pairs so perfectly with the freshly baked bread, red onions and white balsamic dressing.