Panera’s Thai Chopped Chicken Salad Recipe

The Thai Chicken Salad from Panera Bread Company is one of my favorite salads. It is fantastic. It has everything I look for in a great meal. Crunchy, a little heat, a little sweet, sour, tangy and lots of savory. The dressing, the peanut drizzle… nom, nom. I would say, I love this salad, so…

Chorizo Tacos

Chorizo, cotija, onion, cilantro and jalapeno. Those simple ingredients are all you need for some of the best tacos I’ve had. In this country tacos tend to be loaded down with lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, sour cream, salsa, etc. No need here, simple is just fine. There is a little restaurant here in Greenville, SC called…

Vegetables, Tofu, Pasta and Cheese (Healthy Mac’n Cheese)

Amy’s Country Cheddar Bowl frozen dinner is awesome. This is my take on it. As another blogger called it, this is Mac ‘n Cheese for Grown-Ups (wish I could take photos as beautiful as them). Rarely does a frozen lunch inspire me to emulate it, but this one does. It is very light and health…

Banh Mi Vietnamese Sandwich

I love Bahn Mi sandwiches. Fresh, spicy, tangy, crunchy, all the good stuff. This may not be a traditional Bahn Mi but it tastes close to them. I used leftovers from several other meals listed below so this is one of the easiest meals you’ll see me post. I had the pork loin, I had…

Vietnamese Bahn Mi Sandwich at The Nose Dive

Restaurants can come and go pretty quickly. One restaurant that opened with great fan fare in downtown Greenville was The Nose Dive. The next in a long growing line of Table 301 Restaurants that include local favorites like Soby’s, The Lazy Goat and Devereaux’s. The Nose Dive was a long time coming. Opening in the…

Most Popular Posts of 2010

Attractions in 2010 I had a blast with this blog my first year. 2010 was great and I look forward to having an amazing 2011. I hope some of you got some good reviews or recipes. If so, keep checking back. THANKS! Below are the most popular post of 2010. 1 Tilapia, White Bean and…