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Monday, 18 May 2015

Tonight's low carb hardship meal it's one tough gig !


Now that spring has arrived salads are back on the menu big time. Tinned red wild salmon from Alaska, celery, organic tomatoes from Guernsey, mushrooms, coleslaw, and apple sultana and walnut salad. This sort of grub turned my health around and our grandchildren love it. How can you or yours go wrong with this food?

Eddie

15 comments:

Red Rose Alley said...

That walnut salad looks yummy. I'm not much of a salmon eater, but this looks very good. I really need to eat more fish. It's so good for us. And thank you for the birthday wishes, Jan. It meant a lot to me.

Have a great week.

~Sheri

Anonymous said...

That's looks lovely.

Jenny S

Anonymous said...

I am trying hard to work out what that is - tinned salmon?

Gail said...

Amazing meal. Almost too pretty to eat. I would have to admire it a while.

The favorite thing about spring is all the choices we have in our own yard. We have fresh asparagus, all sorts of spring greens with green onions and fresh radishes. I could just graze.

Thanks for your kind comments.

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Sheri - yes walnut salad is yummy. Fish is so good to include in your weekly menu plans ... give it a try.

So pleased you enjoyed your birthday.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Jenny, many thanks for your comment. The food tasted great ... we so enjoyed it.

Take Care

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Anonymous - thanks for taking time to comment...

We enjoyed eating our red wild salmon from Alaska, celery, organic tomatoes from Guernsey, mushrooms, coleslaw, and apple sultana and walnut salad.

Of course you could always substitute the salmon for some chicken, or cheese if preferred ...

Have a good week

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Gail ... and thanks for your comment. Yes, it was an amazingly tasty meal.

I also like asparagus, spring greens with green onions and fresh radishes - they have a great crunchiness.

Have a good week

All the best Jan

Roses and Lilacs said...

Your meal looks great. I've learned to like fish (never did like it before last year). It took a little time to learn to cook it. Wish I would have been more careful of my diet years ago.

fitteratfortyish said...

Looks lovely! Any chance of getting the recipe for your apple, sultana and walnut salad?

Weekend-Windup said...

I have not heard about walnut salad before. All the salads seems to be yummy. Salads are very good to eat during summer...

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Roses and Lilacs, many thanks for your comment. Fish regularly appears in my menu plans and it is very versatile. Can be eaten hot or cold. It's also very nutritious.

Hope your week is going well.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Wendy (Fitteratfortyish)... many thanks for your comment. Glad you liked the look of our very tasty meal. I will put the recipe idea up on the blog very soon for the apple, walnut and sultana mix.

Take Care

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Weekend-Windup (John Paul)... many thanks for visiting the low carb diabetic blog.

Have to agree with you salads are great to eat - especially in the warm / hot summer months and they are so nutritious.

Have a good week

All the best Jan

Anonymous said...

Bit light for me.
Add a couple of cold hard boiled eggs, replace the apple with an avocado in the salad, top with a decent oil salad dressing, lightly fry the mushrooms in butter, drizzled over them on the plate.
A bit of double cream over the salmon, with dill, or chives would help as well.
That's a yummy LCHF salad for me.