Hi, we’re Robin Donovan and Juliana Gallin, aka Two Lazy Gourmets. We blog about super simple recipes for surprisingly delicious foods. Join us as we explore new cuisines, unusual ingredients, intriguing flavors, and unfamiliar cooking methods, breaking them all down so that you can easily replicate our recipes in your own home kitchen.
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Category Archives: Salads
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Foster Farms. I received free samples of the product mentioned and was compensated for my time. All opinions stated are my own. To make this hearty chicken and quinoa salad, I picked up some … Continue reading
If you read last week’s Chipotle Turkey Burger post, and you’re particularly observant, you may have wondered about the blurry side dish in the background of the burger photo. This week we swap focus and let Betsy’s Warm Potato Salad … Continue reading
Tapas-style sardine salad makes a good appetizer, lunch, small dinner plate, snack, or even breakfast. I owe a big thank you to my food-loving friend Carolyn for introducing me to this simple, delicious, nutritious sardine salad. (Sardines are packed with … Continue reading
My mother’s bountiful Sonoma, California garden has been the cause of many of my cooking adventures. Such blog hits as Israeli Salad, Basil-Mint Pesto, and Zucchini, Corn, and Almond Salad were all direct results of her very green thumb. I’ve simmered … Continue reading
They say the cause of most marital discord is disagreement about money, but in my house, it’s definitely more about leftovers. I don’t so much mean leftover meals—though those cause their fair share of spats—but leftover ingredients. You know, the … Continue reading
Israeli Salad, distinguished by finely diced tomatoes and cucumbers, is described (according to Wikipedia), as “the most well-known national dish of Israel.” Way to go on the fame and recognition, Israeli Salad! You totally deserve it. You are sooooo good. … Continue reading
Recently I found myself with way too much zucchini on my hands, thanks to Trader Joe’s. If you happen to be shopping at TJ’s when the urge for a single zucchino strikes you, you have no choice but to haul … Continue reading
“Abe Lincoln stunk of cumin.” I’ve been carrying that opening line around in my head for years, though I didn’t write it myself. It was written by a classmate in a food writing class that I took about 10 or … Continue reading
If you’re familiar with San Francisco weather, you know how rare a warm summer night is here. Or a warm summer day, for that matter. Naturally, the family dinner that I cooked a few weeks ago—featuring four dishes that all … Continue reading
Every month, I get about a million food magazines delivered to my door. I greet each with unbridled enthusiasm, glee even. I devour their pages, dog-earing every other one as I make mental plans to for festive dinner parties, spontaneous … Continue reading