The much-maligned iceberg lettuce is often dismissed as being tasteless and bland. It doesn’t have the vaulted status of romaine, the peppery tang of arugula or the sassy bite of endive. But I like it.
I like it crisp and crunchy on top of a juicy cheeseburger. I like it filling up a bowl of chopped salad topped with lots of fresh veggies and protein. I like cutting into an iceberg wedge topped with creamy Russian dressing or chunky blue cheese.
I hope you’ll like it in our recipe for BLT Pizza
“Lett-uce” know how you like your iceberg!
Recipe of the DayCold Sesame Noodles
Although there are many versions of this peanut-flavored cold noodle salad, I think this one from my sister, Patty, is the best! And it's quick and easy for a warm summer night or a weekend BBQ.
Did You Know?'Cilantro' is the Spanish word for coriander, so the terms are often used interchangeably. Its appearance is very similar to Italian flat-leaf parsley, so be sure to use care when purchasing at the market.
While many people love the taste of cilantro, others - like myself - find it has an unpleasant "soapy" taste. Apparently, from what I've read, some people are genetically predisposed to react to this particular herb with a bad taste in their mouths - literally!