You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpiecesJulia Child
– just good food from fresh ingredients.
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Week of July 27, 2020
This week was crazy hot – over 100 degrees every day all week. On Wednesday we had people over for dinner and my cold crowd-pleaser came through once again: chicken pasta salad.
Combine: cooked, drained, rinsed pasta; diced grilled chicken (leftovers are best!); halved grape tomatoes; medium whole olives, drained; diced zucchini; 1/4 finely diced sweet onion; cubed Colby-Jack cheese; 1 bottle Greek salad dressing. Easy peasy.
Have you ever had a jicama? They’re a fun, refreshing, starchy vegetable – like a carrot stick crossed with water chestnut.
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