Summer Salads: A Healthy and Delicious Way to Stay Cool This Summer
It’s HOT! I think it was 103 yesterday!
In the summer we definitely do not want to turn on the oven, if at all possible. Some folks like to grill outside instead of using the oven. You can certainly do that. But, guess what… It’s even HOTTER out there by the grill! So, what to do?
How about fresh, cool, delicious salads for supper on these hot summer evenings?
I love fresh veggies! There’s nothing like fresh summer tomatoes, cucumbers, and lettuces! On this episode I talk about a FREE eCookbook that contains a “family secret” recipe of one of our favorite salads… Tabouli!
This episode also includes:
- a shoutout to Fr. Roderick and SQPN and a special thank you to River Parish Cajun Review,
- a reminder about the upcoming CNMC,
- and my recipe for Greek Salad with Fresh Spinach and Kalamata Olives.
All this, and more, right here at the Catholic Foodie… where food meets faith!
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