Take something good and make it great

I normally name my post before even typing it.  I’ve checked out other bloggers how to guides and many suggest typing your post before applying a title.  The reason I do it this way, is because my posts start with a random thought and I want to make sure that I stay true to that idea as I type.  Case in point, I was going through my phone and saw a picture of a salad that I made last week and thought “wow, the Greek salad I make is good, but I really made it great when I changed it up”.  Hence my post title.

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Better late, than never

Driving home from Sudbury, Ontario tonight, I thought to myself “is there anything at home that I can have for my lunch”.  Unfortunately, the answer was no.  I shop weekly so ensure that my salad ingredients are fresh and crisp.  That meant, when we arrived home at 8pm, after being away, that I dropped off my DH and off I went shopping.  But, two hours later, groceries purchased, puta away, cooked, chopped, diced and jarred.

All Done!  Super easy salads, Tossed Salad with Chicken & Hot Peppers and Asian Chicken

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Enjoying the vegetables of my labour.

Repost: February 3, 2016

This will be a short post, work is busy but I wanted to express how I both enjoy what I’m eating and show that I do eat what I make.

Enjoying the fruits vegetables of my labour.  So this week I made three different types of mason jar salads: Chicken Fajita, Black Bean & Quinoa and Mixed.  To be honest, the last one was created from what I had in the crisper.  My oldest son really enjoys vegetables so I knew he’d like this one.  Well, so did I. Continue reading “Enjoying the vegetables of my labour.”