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    “The Stuff that Makes Lettuce Taste Better”

    May 25, 2011 •  2 comments.

     •  Blog, Getting Started, News, Recipes

    One of the kids came home from school yesterday with a handout from the “Garden to Table” program, a project designed to encourage children to learn how to grow their own food.

    As my son handed the sheet over, he said, “Mom, this is the stuff that makes lettuce taste better.”

    And as I looked down, there on the page was a recipe for salad dressing.

    So as a tribute to all of the moms out there who have kids that are loathe to try anything new, especially veggies, I thought I’d highlight the recipe that my son brought home.

    Disclosure: he is Chief Picky Officer (CPO), and this recipe has been CPO-approved.

    Recipe for Strawberry Salad Dressing

    Prep:

    Enlist the help of your kids
    Turn on your favorite music
    Grab the following:

    • 1 Lemon – juiced
    • 1 Orange – juiced
    • 1 Tablespoon of honey
    • 5 Strawberries chopped or pureed
    • 1 Tablespoon Red Wine Vinegar
    • 10 Tablespoons Olive Oil
    • Chopped garlic and shallots are optional

    Using a blender or a bowl and a whisk, combine all of the ingredients.

    Enjoy over your favorite salad…with your kids and their friends, as the recipe serves twelve!

    Written by Robyn O’Brien

      2 Responses to ““The Stuff that Makes Lettuce Taste Better””

      1. That actually sounds really fresh, clean and delicious.

        Thanks for sharing it.

      2. Mark

        Walnuts in the salad?? on the allergykids.com site? may want to have a different picture on this.

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