Tag Archives: salad

Raw Zucchini & Carrots noodles on spinach and nori bed

It’s summer. It’s hot. I haven’t had desire to cook for the last..well, quite a few weeks. I mean I really want to make something, but I always end up with: fruit salad, vegetable rolls and sorbet. So, as you can see not too much of a creativity involved. I look at all these pictures […]

Wild MushrOOmBurger with avocado-mango mayo

  I’ve noticed that I’ve been eating a lot of mushrooms lately. I love mushrooms, but I normally don’t buy them weekly and eat by, say, pound at a time. May be my mushroom addiction is caused by this never-gonna-end-winter, may be there is something else in the air, but here is the fact – […]

Salad with tarragon marinated beets, butternut squash, brussel sprouts, kale and quinoa.

March 20th. The winter is still here (though its the first day of spring), so the winter salads are still very desirable. I got out all my root vegetables from the refrigerator, leftovers of quinoa, my new best buddy kale and some asparagus. I also found a bunch of fresh tarragon hiding on the bottom. To […]

Beluga lentils salad with stir fried bok-choy, marinated asparagus and massaged kale

Right now I’m almost in the middle of the second week doing Cleanse (you can read more about it here). I’m not a Whole Living subscriber and hardly have an idea who Martha Stewart is, but I’m an absolute fan of Sarah B. from the My New Roots, who was asked to come up with […]

Savoy cabbage wrap with lima beans, carrots, red cabbage and green peas guacamole

There are still inches of snow outside, but I’m done with this. I won’t put on layers of sweaters, no more complains, no more anything winter-related. I put a spring mode on. I’m taking my first yoga class tonight after a long break, I’m wearing just one shirt and a cardigan (most likely I’ll need […]

Vinegrette: Traditional Russian beet salad

Russians love beets. They sink in hot borsch or cold svekolnik (made with beet greens), dig into “heiring under the fur coat” (its another delicious salad), eat rye bread with the beet and garlic spread and even drink Kvas, made from guess what? – beets! I don’t know where this love came from, but I […]

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