Batch Cooking: Vegetable Salad, Charcuterie, and Salad with Chicken and Cranberry Sauce

March 5, 2013


This week’s a tad different. I’ve been craving veggies (gasp!). So, for dinner, a large batch of one of my fave foods: vegetable salad (recipe coming soon…). With a side of some turkey kielbasa, elk salami, and cheese (no, I didn’t make any of those, I wish!).

For lunch, another salad: roasted chicken (again, store bought) + cranberry sauce (homemade!) + goat cheese + pecans + cucumber + lettuce. I’m pretty stoked about this week’s menu…

Now I have food for most of the week – such is the joy of batch cooking :)

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Kate @ Eat, Recycle, Repeat March 5, 2013 at 4:51 PM

Looking forward to the vegetable salad recipe. I’m transitioning out of winter food to more spring fare…and I’m so jealous of that charcuterie! This week I’ll probably make a batch of salmon & sweet potato chowder


[email protected] March 5, 2013 at 5:40 PM

The salad’s a nice transition – it’s quite hearty in that it’s sweet potato based, but then it’s also all veg. And the charcuterie is delicious :) Your chowder sounds great, too!


Deena March 6, 2013 at 5:45 AM

Speaking of sweet potato chowder or soup: try Sweet Potato -Peanut Butter
Soup! I’m mad about it. Great cold or hot…breakfast, lunch, dinner and in-
between. I always add more peanut butter. :-) Really cool is that it is ALL cooked together in one pot then blended with submersible in same pot. …credit: Reader’s Digest “Live Longer” Cookbook..2nd printing..Nov. 1994.
Where might I locate the salmon – sweet tater chowder recipe?


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