Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Winter Chopped Salad

After the indulgence of the holiday season, too many sweets and filling meals make us crave fruits and veggies. But, healthy doesn’t have to mean boring or dull. This winter chopped salad is full of crisp, fresh lettuce, healthy nuts, cranberries and goat cheese with a tangy and sweet dressing. The recipe is from Diane Rossen Worthington’s Seriously Simple Holidays – a wonderful book not just for the holidays; it’s filled with simple, easy and delicious recipes for fall and winter.

And I have to call attention to the “bear claw” salad tossers in the photo. I first saw them at our friend Diana’s home a couple years ago and have never been able to get them out of my head. And while Christmas shopping, I found them at the Chopping Block and had to have them. So, yes, I bought myself another Christmas present while I should have been shopping for everyone else. But aren’t they cute!

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Winter Chopped Salad

2 comments:

Diana Kowalsky said...

What? MY salad tongs? Why, I had no idea you were lusting after them for so long! How funny.

macati said...

hi!
I wish you a great 2008!
:)