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November 6, 2015



My take on a chopped salad is nothing compared to what you may have as a salad. Ice berg lettuce, kalamata olives, blue cheese stuffed olives, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, cucumbers, pepperoncini and grated parmesan cheese.


Chop all of the veggies and toss with a small amount of the liquid that come with the olives. Sprinkle some parm into the mix and toss again, chill and serve later with ranch or bleu cheese dressing. This is something easy, tasty and according to my belief, good for you.


Tonight’s dinner was grilled chops and chopped salad and it is only Tuesday.

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