Right about now tomatoes are flooding farmers’ markets, and just like that, they’ll be gone in a few weeks. That’s just the way it goes as summer fades into fall. Canning is one way to extend the season, but that takes a bit of time not everyone has available. Another way, and one that can take your salad to the next level, is to slow roast them. Slow roasting takes some time, but it’s all hands off. Pop them in the oven while your doing another project around the house, and you’ll be rewarded for weeks, and months to come....
So, here’s a little secret to boost just about any soup (or even stew) you make—add some salad dressing. Yes, really. The acidity from the vinegar has a magical way of pulling all the flavors together, and perking them up. A tablespoon or two makes almost any soup superb, especially hearty fall and winter ones like this Slow Cooker Lentil Soup. Enjoy!
Our Red Wine Vinaigrette comes together with fresh vegetables and RightRice to create a creamy rice salad, packed with flavor and texture! If you haven’t heard of RightRice yet, add it to your shopping list right away! It’s a rice made from vegetables (that’s right), which means it has more protein, more fiber, and fewer net carbs than white rice. Hello Keto.