Posts Tagged 'Salad'

Clean Eating Endive Salad from Tiffany at The Gracious Pantry

"This salad is a fabulous reminder of how light and flavorful autumn and winter produce can be."

“This salad is a fabulous reminder of how light and flavorful autumn and winter produce can be.”

Even if Indian Summer lingers on, it’s nice to see apples crowding the markets again. Here’s a wonderful recipe to take advantage of fall and winter vegetables from Tiffany at The Gracious Pantry. As she describes it: an “explosion of flavor.” What more could you ask from a salad?

Click here for the full recipe.

Tiffany McCauley is a published cookbook author, recipe developer and food blogger. She publishes TheGraciousPantry.com, a blog for clean eating recipes as well as the soon-to-lauch recipe blog, UncomplicatedCooking.com.

Neufchâtel and Smoked Salmon Boats from Jaymee of E is for Eat

Neufchâtel and Smoked Salmon Boats from Jaymee of E is for Eat

Neufchâtel and Smoked Salmon Boats from Jaymee of E is for Eat (click for recipe)

Sometimes, especially in the heat and humidity of summer, cooking is just not an option. Try these delicious Neufchâtel and Smoked Salmon Endive Boats from Jaymee of E is for Eat. Of course, they make a stunning appetizer for your next cocktail party, but why wait for a special occasion? By combining some flavorful ingredients–that conveniently require no cooking–you have a scrumptious light meal whenever the mood strikes!

Many thanks to Jaymee for sharing her delicious endive recipes with us. If you missed any of them, check out her Escarole, Endive,  Radicchio and Asparagus Salad and Tuna Salad in Endive Boats, too. If you live the Bay area, be sure to catch Jaymee on ComcastSportsNet Bay Area!)

Jaymee Sire is an Emmy-award winning sports reporter, anchor and host at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in San Francisco. When she isn’t covering a sporting event, her true passion is food…whether it’s eating out or cooking at home. She writes a blog called E is for Eat, posting alphabet-themed recipes and restaurant reviews several times per week. Be sure to follow Jaymee on Twitter and E is for Eat on Facebook.

Endive Cashew Slaw + A Giveaway, from Rachael of La Fuji Mama

Endive Cashew Slaw + A Giveaway, from Rachael of La Fuji Mama

Endive Cashew Slaw + A Giveaway, from Rachael of La Fuji Mama

We can’t believe that our OnDiva campaign, started back in December 2011, is drawing to a close. We have been honored to partner with five spectacular food bloggers–Carolyn, Dara, Paula, Rachael and Winnie–to help spread the word about endive and all its versatile deliciousness. These talented culinary stars have tempted us with everything from California Endive and Homemade Boursin and Smoked Salmon to French Onion and Endive Soup with Pancetta to Kid-Friendly Ham and Cheese Endive Nachos. Of course there was a helpful tutorial on How to Grill Endive tying in beautifully to the Grilled Endive Caprese Salad.

Today, Rachael from La Fuji Mama, launches us tastefully into summer with her Asian-inspired Endive Cashew Slaw. What’s more, she’s giving away a shipment of freshly packed California Endive so that you can try any one of these amazing recipes yourself. Read the full post and recipe here and enter to win!

Stay tuned for our recipe round-up featuring links to all of the OnDiva inspiration from the last six months!

Grilled Endive Caprese Salad from Winnie of Healthy Green Kitchen

Grilled Endive Caprese Salad from Winnie of Healthy Green Kitchen

Grilled Endive Caprese Salad from Winnie of Healthy Green Kitchen

In her final post as one of our beloved OnDivas, Winne from Healthy Green Kitchen proves that California endive feels at home in summery dishes. Her take on the classic Caprese salad will have you firing up the grill to add some smoky endive (and loving it)!

For the full recipe, visit Healthy Green Kitchen. Then check out all of Winnie’s endive posts!

Thank you, Winnie, for all of your endive inspiration! (You can continue to find Winnie at her blog, on Twitter and Facebook.)

Escarole, Endive, Radicchio & Shaved Asparagus Salad from Jaymee of E is for Eat

Escarole, Endive, Radicchio & Shaved Asparagus Salad from Jaymee of E is for Eat

Escarole, Endive, Radicchio & Shaved Asparagus Salad from Jaymee of E is for Eat

Once again, we are thrilled to feature a recipe from Jaymee of E is for Eat. She shared this recipe in May to celebrate National Salad Month. We think salads made with California endive should be on your menu any time of year, especially as we move into those hot summer months. Plus, this recipe includes asparagus, which is in season now!

Stay tuned, because we’ll have more links to Jaymee’s  fabulous endive recipes coming up! (And if you live the Bay area, be sure to catch Jaymee on ComcastSportsNet Bay Area!)

Jaymee Sire is an Emmy-award winning sports reporter, anchor and host at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in San Francisco. When she isn’t covering a sporting event, her true passion is food…whether it’s eating out or cooking at home. She writes a blog called E is for Eat, posting alphabet-themed recipes and restaurant reviews several times per week. Be sure to follow Jaymee on Twitter and E is for Eat on Facebook.

E is for Eat, and Some New Endive Recipes from Jaymee Sire

We recently discovered a new (to us) food blogger creating some amazing dishes with California endive. Even more fun, now we get to share her blog, E is for Eat, and endive recipes with you!

Tuna Salad in Endive Boats, from Jaymee of "E is for Eat"

Tuna Salad in Endive Boats, from Jaymee of “E is for Eat”

First up: beat the heat this Memorial Day (and all summer long) by whipping up Tuna Salad in Endive Boats. No cooking, barely any clean-up…what could be easier? And that’s not all. Read more of Jaymee’s ideas for filling endive boats here. Then stay tuned, because we’ll have more links to her fabulous endive recipes coming up!

Jaymee Sire is an Emmy-award winning sports reporter, anchor and host at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in San Francisco. When she isn’t covering a sporting event, her true passion is food…whether it’s eating out or cooking at home. She writes a blog called E is for Eat, posting alphabet-themed recipes and restaurant reviews several times per week. Be sure to follow Jaymee on Twitter and E is for Eat on Facebook.

Recipe Post Round-Up

We’ve had a bumper crop of endive recipes show up on our virtual doorstep lately. Because we’re the sharing kind, we’re including the links for you here. Let us know if you try any of these recipes. Better yet, post about it on our facebook page (where there happens to be a “pop-up” endive giveaway taking place. Ends today!)


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