Wishing all Indians a Happy Independence Day, Let’s celebrate with pride and glory. Being an Indian I take pride and commemorate this occasion with a tricolored fruitsalad as a symbol or memory of three varnna pathaka/ tricolor Indian Flag such as saffron( Courage andSacrifice), white (Purity and Truth), green (growth and auspiciousness)
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I don’t love apples in my fruitsalad unless I’m serving it right away – no matter how much citrus I squeeze onto those apple slices, they always turn brown before I serve them – but apples would certainly taste good here
Very Cold Unsweetened Iced Tea - I added fresh mint to this to let it infuse while it cooled. I choose to risk my significance, to live so that which came to me as seed goes to the next as blossom, and that which came to me as blossom, goes on as fruit
Old- fashion frozen fruitsalads from the fifties were a mixture of cream cheese, whipped heavy cream or Cool Whip, mayonnaise, and miniature marshmallows combined with drained fruit cocktail, chopped canned pineapple, grapes, and sometimes maraschino cherries, frozen in metal ice trays andsliced while still frozen
), I could picture exactly how I wanted this to go, exactly what I wanted to eat next … that awesome fruit dip could be turned into a magnificently creamy dressing for a fruit, nut and hearty whole-grain salad
Learn how to make refreshing andcoolingfruitsalad with ice cream with this easy recipe today. I like to add some nice flavor to my fruitsalad recipes and I often add some custard sauce or if I have vanilla ice cream in hand, fruitsalad with ice cream it is
You can use it on homemade pizza, smear it on crostini and top with sliced dates and honey, add a spoonful or two over wilted beet greens, or slather it on hunks of bread with sliced, salted tomatoes and a few sprigs of thyme or tarragon