This French Potato and Tuna Salad recipe is my take on a French potato tuna salad that I grew up eating. My mother would make it often for our school lunches, and we would always make a big batch of it when visiting my grandparent’s in the North of France. It’s a simple yet healthy
This Pink Protein Quinoa, Tuna, and Beet Salad has been one of my favorite clean eating, gluten free salads lately. Not only is it super bright pink (from the beets), and fun to look at, but it is also a super tasty, vitamin-full, filling salad. And I mean, it is filling! Thanks to the quinoa, tuna,
This Beet, Cherry Tomato, Tuna, and Egg Salad with Creamy Dressing recipe is my last wedding diet salad recipe that I will be posting… because I am getting married at the end of May! Don’t worry, I will be posting many more salad recipes in the future and these wedding diet salads aren’t really that
At my work there is a salad bar that I buy lunch from on days that I don’t bring my lunch from home. There are lots of healthy options to mix and match together, from broccoli and cherry tomatoes to hard boiled eggs, grilled chicken, or salmon…and of course, coleslaw. If you read my coleslaw post last week,
I got the idea to make this quiche while sitting in a café in Bordeaux. Well, it actually wasn’t my idea. It was written on the chalkboard in front of me. “Plat du jour: Quiche thon, tomates, et moutarde”. How interesting! As I waited for my croissant and coffee to arrive, I couldn’t stop thinking
I am super excited about this recipe for so many reasons. For starters, it’s majorly delicious! It reminds me of a creamy tuna pasta dish that my mother would make growing up, except this recipe is Paleo, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Woop!
I can’t believe my last post was two weeks ago. Things have been a little crazy, but now I am back! And what better way to start the New Year than with a quinoa recipe? Quinoa is a food that I want to eat more of in 2014– it is filling and versatile and a
This is one of my favorite lunch salads! Brown rice, red peppers, corn, kidney beans, tuna and home-made dressing come together to make a light and filling lunch. You can also add white onion, cucumbers, tomatoes… you name it! My mother used to make this salad for my lunch in elementary school— it resulted in