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    Theory, this isn't the Last Poster thread!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Our popular summer salad at the club:

    Compressed watermelon over aruglula tossed in basil infused olive oil and aged balsamic reduction topped with tomato water aspic and cracked tellicherry peppercorn.
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    There are some great salads here already, I'm partial to leafy greens with cherry tomatoes diced Fiji apples goat cheese and vinegaret. The dressing is super easy, half and half olive oil and balsamic vinegar, a small bit of mustard, finely minced clove of garlic, salt, pepper. That's the base and is great on its own, add lime juice, shallots dried cranberries, whatever else you want to tweak it. I have a small jar with lid that's only job in the kitchen is mixing salad dressing, add all ingredients, shake well and let sit for about 10 minutes poor over salad just before serving.

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    thick slice bologna, coated in flour, dipped in egg wash, pan fried
    smoked almonds
    romaine
    grape tomatoes
    diced celery
    diced red onion
    blanch dressing (mix half bleu chz half ranch together)
    drizzle cholula hot sauce on top

    boom, your dad would make this at home himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    thick slice bologna, coated in flour, dipped in egg wash, pan fried
    smoked almonds
    romaine
    grape tomatoes
    diced celery
    diced red onion
    blanch dressing (mix half bleu chz half ranch together)
    drizzle cholula hot sauce on top

    boom, your dad would make this at home himself.
    I think I may have died a little bit there.
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    thick slice bologna, coated in flour, dipped in egg wash, pan fried
    smoked almonds
    romaine
    grape tomatoes
    diced celery
    diced red onion
    blanch dressing (mix half bleu chz half ranch together)
    drizzle cholula hot sauce on top

    boom, your dad would make this at home himself.
    I think I may have found a second way to eat bologna now!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    This is a Turkish or Greek peasant salad. Large chunks of tomato, cucumber, onion, maybe olives. Dress with lemon juice and olive oil. Eat with fresh bread. Drink wine. Take a nap in the sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Tonight I did mesclun greens with humboldt fog, candied macadamia nuts, local blueberries and a meyer lemon vinaigrette.
    Love Humbolt Fog. This one sounds dead on to me with Meyer lemon vin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77kath View Post
    This is a Turkish or Greek peasant salad. Large chunks of tomato, cucumber, onion, maybe olives. Dress with lemon juice and olive oil. Eat with fresh bread. Drink wine. Take a nap in the sun.
    I love that. I've probably been to Turkey and Greece a dozen or so times and their chunky, simple style salad has always been one of my favorites. I also love how Syrians eat plain cucumber. They partially peel the cucumbers, leaving strips of skin on and slice it chunky. Then they just dip it in salt and consume. My two-year-old eats cucumbers this way a couple times a week. Chunky and simple.

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