About Grace O
As a child in Southeast Asia, Grace O learned culinary arts by her mother's side in her family's cooking school Read More...
Apple Barley SaladApple Barley Salad Barley is a great source of fiber, B vitamins, and selenium. I serve it with apples in this bright, crunchy salad. For the corn kernels, I prefer fresh-roasted corn, but you can use thawed frozen corn kernels, too. The apples can be any variety or color that you like,
Summer Berry Salad with Lemon Chia DressingSummer Berry Salad with Lemon Chia Dressing This colorful and refreshing salad is perfect for summer afternoons and evenings. Fresh, seasonal berries offer up sweet and juicy flavor, while also providing a concentrated source of beneficial antioxidants and phytonutrients. Chia seeds provide energy in the form of healthy
Lentil SaladLentil Salad Lentils contribute protein, fiber, and vitamin B6 to this hearty dish, making it both satisfying and energizing. The red cabbage, red wine vinegar, and leeks add a host of healthful benefits: anthocyanins, indoles, isothiocyanates, sulfur compounds, and resveratrol. You can also serve this delicious salad as a main course. SERVES 2
Egg Salad with TurmericEgg Salad with Turmeric It's hard to beat the combination of eggs, celery, and turmeric for brain health. You can spread this egg salad on toast, eat it in a sandwich, or serve it on a bed of mixed greens. It's delicious with sliced tomatoes or thinly sliced scallions. For extra antioxidant power, add a few teaspoons of minced
Roasted Vegetable Panzanella SaladVegetable Panzanella Salad A twist on the traditional panzanella salad using fall vegetables and homemade whole grain croutons. This is the perfect salad for adding to your fall harvest table! Ingredients For the roasted vegetables: 3 sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 3/4 inch cubes 8 Brussels sprouts,
Try Our Flavorful & Filling Fall SaladAutumn Salad with Maple-Protein Dressing Sometimes salads aren’t filling, but they can be if you add the right combination of fiber, protein and healthy fats. This fall salad offers double beans; a protein punch! Maple syrup, mustard, tahini, tamari and savory nutritional yeast combine into a thick dressing that pairs perfectly with hearty salad greens. Cruciferous veggies like
Strawberry Hempseed Kale SaladStrawberry Hempseed Kale Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette A simple massaged kale salad gets an anti-inflammatory boost from antioxidant rich strawberries and essential fatty acids from hemp seeds. This is an easy make-ahead
Bitter Melon SaladBitter Melon Salad Bitter melon, which resembles a wrinkly, light-green cucumber, is something of an acquired taste. Soaking it in salted water to remove the bitterness is the first step in getting people to fall in love with it. It’s worth the trouble, because boiling bitter melon in water releases
Wild Rice and Quinoa SaladWild Rice and Quinoa Salad This hearty, filling salad has a nice mix of textures thanks to the chewy grains, crunchy raw vegetables, and soft-cooked vegetables. The vinaigrette and dried golden berries add a sweet-sour tang. You can chill this salad for an hour or two to let the flavors blend, but I
Spinach and Grapefruit SaladSpinach and Grapefruit Salad Spinach contains iron as well as age-defying antioxidants. Grapefruit is chock-full of vitamin C and potassium. You can use pink or white grapefruit in this salad, though pink grapefruit has the added benefit of lycopene. If you use whole segments of the grapefruit, you’ll also add fiber. The candied walnuts
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