Salads can be composed, they can be full of crisp things from the garden, or you can make something like mine which is an amalgem of leftover roasted vegetables and a can of tuna.
I read an interview a couple of weeks ago wherein the journalist wrote that his interviewee was serving him a salade nicoise for lunch. I thought that sounded heavenly and expensive. I remembered that article while I was starting at the contents of my refrigerator today trying to determine what to have for lunch.
|At one net carb per ounce, feta cheese packs so much flavor and adds a briny kick. All these ingredients were purchased at Costco.|
|Leftover roasted red potatoes, fennel, and asparagus instead of traditional haricots verts.|
|I added a pinch of sea salt flakes, a nice olive oil, and lemon juice for a quickie vinaigrette.|
|A workable substitute for those who'd like a glass of champagne on their lunchtime trip to Marseilles.|