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Blueberry Bacon Sage Salad

I wasn’t sure if the blueberries would fit with this salad, so they’re off to the side in these pictures.  But next time, I’m sprinkling them right on top because all of these flavors together created an amazing tangy, earthy, sweet salad experience.  It was delicious!!!!!!  Here’s the recipe… You can play with the quantities, and I won’t insult your intelligence by giving directions on how to assemble the salad.  😛

Blueberry Bacon Sage Salad Ingredients:
Blueberry Bacon Sage Salad with Pink Herb Dressing
  1. Green or red leaf lettuce (baby spinach or romaine would probably work fine too)
  2. Red onion
  3. Tomato
  4. Bacon (preferably uncured)
  5. Grilled chicken
  6. Goat cheese crumbles
  7. Leaves from two sprigs of fresh sage, finely chopped
  8. Organic blueberries
Pink Herb Salad Dressing:
  1. Plain Greek yogurt
  2. Parsley, Rosemary, Thyme (fresh or dried)
  3. Red wine vinegar

For the Salad dressing, just mix the yogurt and the herbs together, and then start adding the vinegar while stirring until you have a creamy but pourable consistency.

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  1. Breakfast Lunch Dinner PaleoBreakfast: steamed frozen broccoli, leftover grilled chicken breast, blue cheese, organic strawberries.
  2. Snack: locally grown pistachios
  3. Lunch: Big-ass salad with turkey, chicken, hard salami, blue cheese, onion, tomato, and (not pictured) homemade ranch dressing.
  4. Dinner: Two locally “grown” eggs over easy, uncured bacon, and sauteed onion and wannabe home fries made from a turnip. Does anybody have any good recipes for making home fries, potato or turnip?  Mine still tasted good with lots of garlic, pepper, rosemary and oregano, but they didn’t have the crispy fried edges I really wanted.

(PS: Yes I know cheese isn’t exactly paleo, but I love it a little too much to totally give it up, so just pretend it isn’t there).