Elegant Luncheon Salad

Elegant Vegetable Salad in Green Herb Vinaigrette
M-J’s Luncheon salad contains finely chopped romaine lettuce, cucumber, avocados, celery and red bell peppers, dressed in green herb vinaigrette. The vinaigrette consists of olive oil, apple cider vinegar, parsley, cilantro, green peppercorns, honey and Himalayan salt which have been finely blended in an Osterizer.

©M-J de Mesterton, The Elegant Cook

M-J’s Elegant Salad Composition Consists of Home-Grown Tomatoes, Chopped Yellow Bell Peppers, Cucumber, and Romaine Lettuce
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Elegant Vegetable Smoothie

Elegant Smoothie
M-J’s Elegant Green Vegetable Smoothie

Celery, cucumber, radishes, yellow hot peppers, lemon juice, and yoghurt or buttermilk blended together make a health-promoting morning tonic.
©M-J de Mesterton

>Elegant Radish and Cucumber Salad

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Elegant Radish and Cucumber Salad, the Height of Simplicity in Two Complementary Colours
Elegant Radish and Cucumber Salad

I made this delicious radish and cucumber salad with a crinkle-cutter. I dressed it with a combination of white wine vinegar, oil, honey, Himalayan salt and ground green peppercorns. This salad benefits from an hour of marination in the aforementioned vinaigrette. Elegance is not found in dishes with too many ingredients, rather, an elegant entrée or salad is composed of as few ingredients as possible, prepared to their best advantage. The hackneyed pop-culture phrase “simple but elegant” holds no sway at Elegant Survival, because elegance  and simplicity are natural partners, just like these radishes and cucumbers.



©M-J de Mesterton

Elegant Radish and Cucumber Salad

Elegant Radish and Cucumber Salad, the Height of Simplicity in Two Complementary Colours
Elegant Radish and Cucumber Salad

I made this delicious radish and cucumber salad with a crinkle-cutter. I dressed it with a combination of white wine vinegar, oil, honey, Himalayan salt and ground green peppercorns. This salad benefits from an hour of marination in the aforementioned vinaigrette. Elegance is not found in dishes with too many ingredients, rather, an elegant entrée or salad is composed of as few ingredients as possible, prepared to their best advantage. The hackneyed pop-culture phrase “simple but elegant” holds no sway at Elegant Survival, because elegance  and simplicity are natural partners, just like these radishes and cucumbers.



©M-J de Mesterton

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