If you’re looking for a healthy delicious salad to bring to this weekend’s Father’s Day barbecue, then stop by Marcus Samuelsson’s blog to check out my cranberry bean and sugar snap pea salad with gouda!
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On my way!
Joanne, I’ve officially decided to rename my list of bookmarked recipes “Joanne’s amazing recipes, all of which I would like to fix immediately…” because I bookmark every recipe you post!! 🙂
I’m still drooling over your carrot cake cookies! Going over to check out the salad. I DO adore sugar snap peas!
Love this healthy salad for Father’s Day or any other day!
Great idea! And it’s definitely perfect if you don’t even have to turn on the stove!
I love to bring a healthy side when we have get-togethers with friends – this looks great!
MMMM… heading right over to check it out!
Looks delicious, I’m heading over…
I am there Joanne!!!!!
I feel like this salad is just made for me! All my favourite ingredients in one salad. Yummy!
Looks so fresh and tasty!
This is the perfect full meal deal! YUM!
Never had gouda cheese before, but heard all good things about it 🙂
Joanne, this looks so yummy – the colours are gorgeous and I really like the choice of Gouda here. A beautiful summer salad.
It looks so pretty and delicious!
The veggies look great, of course, and I’m a huge fan of gouda! This looks like a picnic-perfect salad.
I need to find cranberry beans!
I want to grow cranberry beans but never get the seeds ordered early enough. I keep hoping someone will have them at our Farmer’s Market. This looks delicious.
Such a healthy colorful dish!
So healthy and summer, i love it!! Gorgeous picture by the way.
lovely use of Gouda cheese Joanne. This salad looks very fulfilling (instead of just plain salad leaves). I could eat that by the bowlful!
Put gouda in anything and I am SO THERE!!! Perfect salad!
Oh my does this look ever good. Green, healthy, summery, and with gouda!! YESSSSSSS.
You clever, clever, girl. I LOVE interesting salads like this. 🙂 I definitely need to track down some cranberry beans asap. 🙂
I have a thing for sugar snap peas. I literally will eat a whole bag in one sitting. They are so sweet and crunchy! But the problem is, I like them so much raw I can’t bear to make anything else with them. Kind of like mangos. I have to have them plain. Forgive!
hahaha oh my god your carrot cake cookies post reminded me of this dude at the gym that got on the treadmill next to me last weekend and started singing and shooting fake basketball shots and getting himself pumped with like a choreographed dance. it was almost too ridiculous to describe
a wonderful salad. too bad this weekend’s gonna be rainy here in hong kong, thus no bbq T_T
Joanne, you really came to my rescue! My mom told me to bring “a nice salad” to our Father’s Day dinner on Sunday. I was about to hunt one down and now I don’t have to. Love the gouda in there!
“with gouda” two very sexy words! I don’t think that there is a better cheese.
Aaaaaaaaaack! No Joanne storyline to read? I’m having withdrawals. On my way– gorgeous salad.
All these Fathers day ideas u come up with are an absolute delite!
Excellent filling salad! I hate eating salad for a meal then feeling starved after, that wouldn’t happen with this one! Have a fun weekend :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters
This looks delicious! So summery – it makes me miss hot weather lol
Looks so colourful and irresistible!
As a child, my mother often used to buy me gouda as this was the only cheese I would eat! (Yes, incredible, but as a child I didn’t like cheese!) So this recipe definitely appeals to me — it’s bringing back some good memories of worry-free time 🙂
Sounds delicious and refreshing. Have a great day. Blessings, Catherine xo
Gouda is such an under utilized cheese in the salad world, props for giving it the cred it deserves!
Checking it out!
This is a great salad idea. It’s bright, crunchy, chewy, tart. Congrats on the feature!
How cool is it that you’re on Marcus Samuelsson’s blog! I love this recipe – the gouda reminds me of my previous life in Holland… one of my favorite cheeses. Happy to see it now in this unique context. Awesome share!
Looks delightful…will stop over 🙂