Huge, huge fan of @nocrumbsleft !! Teri Turner.....my pictures aren't quite so artful, but WOW do your flavors pack a punch! Pre-ordered your book today....yup...Count me as a Crumble! And when will the onion bowls come back? In the mean time Anthro will have to do. I actually make my (your) mayo and my (your) green goddess dressing all at the same time with an immersion blender! Works like a charm. Please come to Boston some day!!! #nocrumbsleft#crumble#magicelixers#makedinnermemorable#greengoddessdressing#marinatedonions #cantlivewithoutmykitchenaidimmersionblender #firstfoodiecrush
If you have a @traderjoes near you then you must go and get some of this dressing!! . With only 6 simple ingredients (and ones you can pronounce) it’s the perfect dressing. . FYI this is great on roasted veggies too 😋 . Have you tried it?
GREEN GODDESS DRESSING. Taken from @wikipedia “The dressing is named for its tint. The most accepted theory regarding its origins points to the Palace Hotel in San Francisco in 1923, when the hotel's executive chef Philip Roemer wanted something to pay tribute to actor George Arliss and his hit play, The Green Goddess. He then concocted this dressing, which, like the play, became a hit. This dressing, which contained anchovies, scallions, parsley, tarragon, mayonnaise, tarragon vinegar, and chives, is a variation of a dressing originated in France by a chef to Louis XIII who made a sauce au vert (green sauce) which was traditionally served with "green eel". In 1948, the New York Times published a recipe for the dressing that included Worcestershire sauce. Later recipes have included variations such as the addition of avocado or basil. In the early 1970s, salad dressing maker Seven Seas produced a bottled version of this dressing. It is still made in limited quantities, although the company has since been purchased by Kraft Foods.” This is by ORDER ONLY and best to place order over the weekend so ensure freshness. Thank you. Available in these cute fliptop swing bottles for at a very limited time. #greengoddessdressing#saladdressing#classic
In stories, you voted for what you wanted to see more of from me here on insta this year, and the verdict so far is recipes tied with nutrition info and cleanses/challenges with the most votes. I love your input and thanks for giving me inspiration. Stay tuned for some awesome nutrition challenges this year! . Starting with a little info about this salad: in the winter months and in colder climates, bodies need warm foods. This also goes for a gut-healing protocol or for digestive healing. Salads are still great in the winter but try roasting your veggies like this balsamic asparagus and yam. Cooked foods are warming for the body and gives your digestion a little break from all the usually raw salad ingredients. This one is topped with some maple pecans (done in a pan with maple syrup, sea salt and grass fed butter), chopped dates and #greengoddessdressing. The ultimate winter salad, I’d say! . . #wintersalads#betterdigestion#warmingfood#seasonaleating#nextbitemealplans#healthyrecipes
#mealprepping for the short work week ahead. I made @wegmans pasilla pepper adobo marinated chicken breast skewers, with a green goddess dipping sauce! Such a healthy yet flavorful #lowcarb entree or even a snack for the week to come. ~ Meal prepping this week and next are going to be crucial so I dont try and pig out on all the holiday goodies!
The absolute BEST thing I’ve made since being home: a simple little thrown together salad with @traderjoes Green Goddess dressing AKA God’s greatest gift to this planet 🤤 For the salad I just threw in some kale, broccoli sprouts, cherry tomatoes, pepitas, and dried cranberries and then topped it with that green good good 🙌🏻 Have a wonderful weekend my peeps! 💚