This Summer I've been all about throwing everything on the grill. I've made grilled bread and grilled cheese, so why not grilled peaches? Two years ago, I loved them as an appetizer, and last weekend I decided to try them out in a salad. Select peaches that are on the firm side because they will soften and caramelize while on the grill. Unless you want wilted greens, be sure to let the peaches cool before tossing them with the rest of the ingredients. This hearty salad is great with barbecued chicken or ribs. To see my recipe, keep reading.
This weekend, the weather in San Francisco was glorious, and I couldn't help but realize that Summer is just around the corner! The arrival of bikini season will be here before we know it, and there's no time like the present to start eating healthful and light meals in smaller portions. This scallop and snap pea stir-fry is an ideal figure-friendly dinner. Thanks to fresh lime juice, grated ginger, garlic-chili sauce, and tons of cilantro, it's super flavorful and therefore, totally filling. For a complete meal, serve this seasonal dish with a side of sautéed mushrooms. If scallops aren't your thing, consider using shrimp, tofu, or chunks of chicken instead. Get the uncomplicated recipe when you read more
Looking for an original new salad recipe? Head east and make this pot sticker salad with snap peas, carrots, bean sprouts, and green onions. It's both a mixture of flavors and textures: Soy sauce adds a salty tang and peanuts provide a welcoming crunch.
Select pot stickers that coincide with your culinary needs — if you're a vegetarian, use veggie pot stickers. For a more substantial meal, pork or chicken pot stickers are ideal. To check out the interesting recipe please read more
For a wholesome yet palatable Monday night meal in a pinch, toss last night's leftover chicken with bok choy and sugar snap peas to create a succulent, Asian-style chicken salad. You'll love the cool cucumber, refreshing vegetables, and clean flavors of ponzu, ginger, and rice vinegar. For a recipe that will come together in well under an hour, read more
If you love club sandwiches, get excited for this recipe! It takes elements — salty bacon, crisp lettuce, and juicy turkey — from the classic sandwich and reconstructs them as a crunchy, filling salad.
Sugar snap peas are an unconventional yet balanced addition. For a lighter variation, serve the dressing on the side. Kick off your weekend by making this delicious dinner salad; get the recipe and read more
Sometimes, instead of ordering takeout, I prefer to cook at home. My go to dish is always a stir-fry. They're straightforward and quick cooking, perfect for weeknights. You toss everything in to a hot pan and season with super flavorful, fresh ingredients like ginger, limes, and scallions.
This recipe uses beef, but feel free to alter it to your liking; chicken or shrimp would be equally delicious. To take a look at the recipe, read more