Dishing Up the Dirt · Mar 26, 2014

Radish and Cabbage Salad with Peanut Dressing

We’ve been on a real “raw food” kick recently. Between all of the lovely salads we’ve been serving up and the raw collard green burritos we just can’t seem to get enough raw veggies into our bodies!

Maybe it’s the warmer weather that is causing us to crave simple raw vegetables. However, I’m pretty sure it’s just my excuse to whip up another creamy dressing to douse all over our food.

Or perhaps it’s because fresh meals like this give me an even better excuse to break into our first bottle of Rose` this season. It’s probably that….Rose` and spring salads belong together.

This salad has everything going for it. It’s crunchy, creamy, and downright delicious. It is bursting with spring flavors. The peanut dressing gives this a nice asian flare and adds a little more protein. Another great thing about this salad is that it is ready in less than 10 minutes. Seriously, Taylor timed me. Dinner was on the table in 8 minutes!

Less time in the kitchen means more time tending to the girls.

Our chicks are doing great. They are growing SO fast. We have three girls. Above we have Moose. Her sisters are Bear and Winston. We love them all! Taylor is rigging up a chicken tractor so we can move them around the fields and they can fertilize away! It’s been such a hoot having them as new members of our family.

Henry is still warming up to them. We try to let them interact a little bit every day (supervised of course.) This is usually what that looks like…..

Yep, he still wants to eat them! In time I think he’ll come around. Knock on wood!

Since we are running around like chickens with our heads cut off (pun intended!) Meals like this are necessary. I know you all are super busy too and less time in the kitchen means more time drinking Rose` and hanging out with your family and friends. Grab a fork and dig in!

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