I will! But I need to focus my time and energy on more vegetables and salads. I assume that many of you have viewed enough of those recipes, and we are all seeing the newspaper ads for gym membership. I'm expecting the Weight Watchers Police to come pounding at my door, any minute.
Dorothy", who played a large part in the smooth operation of that restaurant. My handsome cousin (who passed away at a very young age) was the Maitre d' and very knowledgeable wine sommelier. Sadly, the restaurant closed two months before our planned wedding, that was scheduled for New Year's Day of 2004. The Old Bath House fell victim to politics with the city of Pacific Grove and an ADA lawsuit settlement. The cost of remodeling, to meet the compliance laws was so costly, that the owner closed the restaurant. The restaurant, to this day, sits empty against the spectaclar backdrop of Lover's Point. It has been a loss to so many loyal customers of this fine establishment. My friends, Dorothy, plans to write a cookbook with the recipes that we loved so much-- their Lobster Bisque Soup (I know the "secret" ingredient) and this salad.
here. You need pears and Blue Cheese (or Gorgonzola).
Fortunately, I can buy beautiful Spring Mix salads at Costco, that is locally grown. The dressing is a simple Balsamic Vinaigrette-- my favorite. To make it, just remember that the ratio of balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil is 3 parts oil to 1 part vinegar. To bind the dressing, I use a little Dijon mustard. That's it!
We love this salad!
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Counting down to the end of 2009,