Homemade Coleslaw – My Mom’s Recipe

My late Mom’s homemade coleslaw was seriously amazing. Creamy and luscious with just a hint of tang, Mom’s homemade coleslaw was never over-dressed. I remember huge bowls of the stuff at family picnics, barbecues and potlucks. There were rarely any leftovers. Raw cabbage is really good for you – full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, Read More…

Spring Salads

Now the weather is finally warming up a bit and we are seeing a little more sunshine, my thoughts have turned to delicious spring salads. Whether you serve them as an appetizer, side dish or the main event, salads can add variety and great taste to your menus. Most take very little effort and some Read More…

Easiest Tomato Salad Ever

My Easiest Tomato Salad Ever only takes moments to make. I have to say I find the process incredibly therapeutic. There’s something so soothing about slicing the fresh ingredients and then the tomato, red onion, cucumber repetition. I always like to use a white plate as it makes the colours of the vegetables really pop. Arranged Read More…

End of Summer Salads

One of my favourite things about summer is enjoying light refreshing summer salads on summer evenings. If the British weather is co-operating we’ll be sitting outside, a cold bottle of wine on the table, the cares of the day slipping away as we relax in the fading sunlight. As fall approaches, it may be harder to Read More…

Beautiful Salads from The Hearth and Soul Hop

Welcome to the Hearth and Soul Blog Hop, the weekly blog hop for recipes for healthy and delicious comfort food recipes, as well as articles about healthy living, real / slow / local / sustainable food, foraging, herbal remedies, organics and gardening. If you are new to the hop, please read our Mission Statement and Guidelines. It seems like Read More…