Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Fresh Garden Salad

Hey ya'll,
hope you all are having a great week of workouts/competition. It is softballs one week off for the semester so I am definitely enjoying it. This past weekend I made a simple salad as a side dish to my dinner. It is so simple and easy to make that I thought ya'll might be interested in trying it. Here is what you need:
1/2 of a small zuchinni cut into thin slices
1/2 of a small yellow summer squash cut into thin slices
1/2 of a small red bell pepper cut into thin strips
1 thin slice sweet onion, quartered
1/4 cup of poppy seed salad dressing
All you do is cut up the vegetables, drizzle them with the salad dressing and toss them to coat.
Pretty quick and easy right?
On a side note, I am in this class this semester called commercial food production. We prepare meals for the general public every friday between 11:30-1:00. This friday I am one of the cooks preparing the food. My responsibility will be the creole chicken over rice. If you are interested in eating some good food for a cheap price ya'll should come try it out. We serve a 3 course meal for just $7. You will have to buy a ticket in either the cameron building or garrison 104. We are located in the Cameron building and called shasta's culinary workshop. We also have the option of delivering your meal to any location on campus. This weeks menu for friday will be Creole onion soup, Creole chicken over rice, and bread pudding. It is going to be delicious so come try it out.
Until next time,
Jennifer Klinkert

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