Black Rice Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
This salad is a great warm weather side dish thanks to the lemony vinaigrette and combination of fresh vegetables. Black rice is available at most natural food stores and some supermarkets. While it requires some cooking time and care, it has a wonderful nutty flavor. It's not surprising that this recipe originally came from a spa resort, as this salad is visually appealing, tasty and healthy—the very definition of spa cuisine.This recipe is from the Lake Austin Spa Resort in Austin, Texas, and was originally published in the May 2013 issue of Bon Appetit magazine. This recipe was also published in the Capital Gazette.
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Meyer Lemon Olive Oil Cake
The fresh tang of Meyer lemons and the fruitiness of olive oil are a natural pairing, and what better way to marry them than in a sweet, satisfying dessert! This cake is the perfect balance of flavors — sweet, lemony, just a tiny bit savory, and the blueberry sauce is the perfect complement to the citrus notes of the cake. Enjoy! Click here to see more Sweet and Tangy Citrus recipes.
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Ginger Detox
If you combine Meyer lemons with ginger, it will rev up your metabolism and cleanse your body of harmful toxins and pollutants. Lemons are great for smoothies, but paired with ginger, they're undeniably delicious.
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Allspice
Brian Felley at San Francisco's BIG takes fresh ginger, bourbon, and winter spices for a cold-weather take on the whiskey ginger.
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Apple and Honey Cocktail
Featuring apple cider and muddled figs, this simple cocktail is perfect for fall holidays and parties of all kinds. This recipe comes from Reserve Cut.Click here to see Tips for Hosting Rosh Hashanah Dinner.
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Grilled Potato, Onion, and Arugula Salad
This hearty, healthy, filling salad is tasty and easy, the latter because it’s almost completely grilled. It’s seriously simple and tasty. Sweet from the onion and pepper, tangy from the grilled lemon, filling and texturally satisfying because of the char-grilled potatoes, it’s a salad that doesn’t feel like a "salad." Click here to see Make Dinner More Interesting — 8 Great Side Dish Recipes.
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No-Tahini Hummus
Man, you want some hummus. You have the garbanzo beans (chickpeas), but you forgot to buy tahini, a central ingredient in most hummus recipes. You're out of luck. Right? Wrong, you don't need tahini to make great hummus. All you need is some quality olive oil and a food processor, and you're on your way to a creamy, delicious dip. Click here to see 6 Dip-Worthy Hummus Recipes.
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Raw ARtichoke Salad
Artichokes are great any way you eat them — shaved when raw with a heavy dose of olive oil and cheese, steamed with the tender leaves dipped into a lemony-basil dressing of sorts, or grilled during the warmer months. 
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Strawberry Salad
Sweet strawberries pair wonderfully with the sharpness of the Cheddar and get a lovely kick from the chives to make a light and refreshing spring salad.    For 7 Cheesy Ways to Enjoy Irish Cheddar.
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You lose some of the high notes, but you gain a guaranteed cloudy-free tea. If you’re going to use the cold-brew method, this is how. Read more about Making the Best Iced Tea.
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Blackberries and lemons are a classic flavor combination, and they brew perfectly into a fresh, delicious tea. Use less sugar for a healthier brew that's still bright and sweet. Read more about Making the Best Iced Tea.
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Cilantro Salmon
Salmon is a great go-to fish — it's easy to cook, easy to split into portions, and extremely versatile when it comes to cooking methods. When it comes to the flavor profile of salmon, this is a fish that can stand up to big bold sauces — especially ones laced with herbs and citrus. This recipe lets the natural flavor of the salmon shine through, with the fish simply pan-roasted and topped with a bright, fresh cilantro sauce.  Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story.
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