Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Grilled Chicken Salad: A How-2 With a Photo

"Can’t Cook . . . Try Delicious Grilled Chicken Salad"
Eat. Drink. Better. (November 3, 2009)

"For this post I am going to express one of my favorite simple recipes, and a very healthy one at that–Grilled Chicken Salad...."

Which is just what Jason Karnosky proceeds to do. The blogger also addresses a concern many people seem to have: that a meal can't be good, unless someone wastes spends hours of laborious preparation. And, preferably, uses exotic ingredients like yak butter and hummingbird lips.

"...Now your probably thinking, this is probably too simple to be expressed on a Blog. Well I disagree. If a little extra time is spent with preparation, this can be one of those great easy meals, that you can remake again and again...."

The rest of the post describes how to make this meal - which is a (fairly) simple process - and discusses how it can become a regular part of your eating habits.

I suppose a purist could quibble about the lack of the traditional ordered list of ingredients and outlined procedures. But, in my opinion, if a reader can't figure out how to make this grilled chicken salad from Mr. Karnosky's paragraphs: that reader had better stick to TV diners.

Finally: there's a photo of the end result (pre-meal). Looks good.