Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Contest: How do you dress-up your greens? Fresh Peach Vinaigrette

Just added to Two for Tuesdays Recipe Blog Hop!!! Check this out!!

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“No More Naked Salads” Mrs Cubbison Sweepstakes

The Foodie Blogroll is hosting a Contest giveaway featuring Mrs Cubbison's Resturant Style Crutons.  How do you like to dress up your salads?  Below you'll find links to the sweepstakes page and the Foodie Blogroll site. Take a moment to peruse both sites and enter the sweepstakes.  Better yet, join Foodie Blogroll and become part of the fastest growing foodie sites around. 

How do you like to dress up your salads?

If you're like me, you add everything except the kitchen sink.  I love my salads with a variety of ingredients but I especially like using a homemade vinaigrette; vinaigrette is so simple to make at home and it's quick, as well as easy. 

My newest homemade vinaigrette recipe is a Fresh Peach concoction.  Slightly sweet and a little sour, the fresh peach flavors blend so well with a Herb salad mix.  Don't be afraid to experiment.  Some of the best recipes come from our kitchen inventions. 


  • Mixed Greens Salad with Fresh Peach Vinaigrette; At Home With Rebecka


Fresh Peach Vinaigrette:

1/4 cup rice vinegar
1/4 cup olive oil
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
1 tablespoon honey
1/8 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
1 teaspoon green onion chopped white part only
1/2 juice from 1/2 lime
1 small ripe peach peeled and stone removed


Method:

Mix together first seven ingredients in a mason jar, cover with lid add shake until honey is dissolved, peel and pit fresh peach, cut peach into small pieces and place into a small food processor, pour vinaigrette over peaches and blend until smooth. Toss greens lightly with dressing. Add fresh sliced tomato wedges for added color and flavor.

Add a few tablespoons of crumbled blue cheese and a handful of Mrs. Cubbison's Resturant Style Crutons. YUM!


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11 comments:

  1. Sounds really fresh and flavorful! It must smell wonderful too, with the fragrant of fresh peach.

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  2. Yes, it was lovely and fresh with a smooth peach flavor mixed with the tangy taste of rice vinegar...yummy! We ate the whole salad before I remembered to take a photo...lol!

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  3. Love this vinaigrette! So summery and delicious!

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  4. I love this recipe. I have this thing, these days with trying out new dressings. This one caught my eye, right away.

    To link it up copy below into the URl box, on the top of the page and it will take you to my blog, My Sweet and Savory, right to My Meatless Mondays.

    http://sweetsav.blogspot.com/2010/09/meatless-mondays-september-7-2010.html

    Go to the bottom of that particular post where you will see boxes that others have linked.

    Click on, "add your link" and then follow the directions. If you run into difficult, let me know and I will do it for you.

    Thanks so much. I love getting good recipes. I want the link to be one that people can get meatless recipes of quality.

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  5. Thank you for adding this to Two for Tuesdays...love the sound of a peach vinaigrette!!! (when you get a chance, could you add a link back to any one of the host sites so that others can find the hop and share in the fun??!) Thanks Rebecka =)

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  6. Sorry about the missed link addition!

    I made several attempts to add the badge for Two for Tuesdays but it wouldn't work, so for now I'll add the http: to the bottom of the post. When I get my techie brain back on, I'll add the badge to my blog as well!

    Is there another place that I can grab the badge for your site?

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  7. Hi Rebecka and welcome to the two for tuesday recipe blog hop. I always love when new blogs visit the hop because I get to explore! A link back as you placed is just fine! Thank you! I have a few very ripe peaches that are ready for this recipe! I am now following your blog and I look forward to seeing you again! Alex@amoderatelife

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  8. Rebecka- So glad you linked up with the Two for Tuesday recipe blog hop. This dressing sounds so good, especially since my peaches are nearly ripe on the tree. I'll be looking for new ways to use them soon.

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  9. What a great fresh summery vinaigrette! I can't wait to try it - I love peaches! Thanks for linking to Two for Tues!!

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  10. Hi Rebecka, I just wanted to let you know that I will be featuring your site and this recipe on my I TRIED it section of my thoughts on friday blog post. I feature a photograph of the finished product that I made and link BACK to your site for people to grab the recipe so you get all the credit. Please visit me at http://www.amoderatelife.com on friday to say hi! :) Alex@amoderatelife

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  11. @Alex, I'm so honored to be featured on your site! Thanks for thinking of me and my peach vinaigrette for your "I TRIED it" blog review! I can't thank you enough♥ If you have a badge I can grab I'll add you to my blog as well. xoxo

    @Butterpoweredbike, thank you for the welcome to Two for Tuesdays! I'm thrilled to be part of this amazing group of foodies and can't wait to get to know all of you better. I'm very intersted in knowing the history of your blog name...I'll be reading your blog tonight to see if there are any clues that reveal the history of your handle!

    @Christy, thank you for taking the time to say hello and comment on my dressing! I really appreciate your comments and support!

    ♥Hugs♥

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♥I really appreciate your comments♥

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