Tomato & Cucumber Panzanella

Panzanella: it all starts with a loaf of bread. Could be French bread, or a nice baguette. I used a very yummy-looking (and tasting) fresh loaf of whole grain bread. Panzanella originates in Florence, and traditionally is made of stale bread that is soaked. This a delicious way to use up leftover bread loaves from … Continue reading

Chopped Greek Salad

Can you tell I’ve been on a bit of a salad kick lately? I think it’s because it’s always warm here and warm weather makes me want summertime food. I think this salad would be great any time of year though. It’s an easy twist on what you might think of as a traditional Greek … Continue reading

Pomegranate Winter Salad

This might be one of my all time favorite salads. It’s healthy, delicious, and relatively easy to make. Because I’ve added pomegranate seeds, it does require a little extra legwork; however, you can always buy prepared pomegranate seeds (Whole Foods sells them when in season), or you can substitute dried cranberries, walnuts, or another favorite … Continue reading