This morning after breakfast we went off to SuperValu for milk and bread and then to Country Market for fruit, veggies, and eggs.
I came home and made some corn salad for lunches. I can eat it either hot or cold.
I mixed it with some lime vinaigrette. I had a mustard jar that had a small blob of mustard on the bottom and all the stuff that gets left on the side, so I made the dressing in that by adding the juice of two limes, twice that amount of olive oil (I eyeballed it, so don't know exactly how much of each), a small love of garlic, chopped, some oregano and a bit of chili powder. Then I shook it all together. I have some left for other salads.
I wasn't planning on adding the turkey until I saw it on clearance at the store, and in the past I've made versions of this without it. I've made some with cooked beans and some with just the veggies. I've added some salsa and tomatoes, cilantro or parsley. I have a lot of garlic chives at the moment--the garlic I get at Country Market really grows quickly and well into garlic chives. I've added mixed greens in the past--this salad lends itself well to having a bunch of stuff added, depending on what you like and have on hand, or it can just be basic.
I have a small bit of hummus left that needs to be eaten, so I will make a piece of toast and spread it on that. I'll have that with a bit of my corn salad for lunch.
Speaking of lunch, I am getting hungry! Happy Friday!