With a glass of rosé or white wine, this, in my estimation, is a perfect dinner for one. I like to draw the meal out as long as possible, preferably with something good to read: a bite of salad, followed by an olive, then a bite of bread with cheese, a sip of wine, I flip the page of my book . . . and so on.
|2||cups mixed greens, washed and dried|
|2 to 3||Tbsp. House Vinaigrette|
|¼||cup Simple Pickled Beets or leftover roasted beets|
|¼||cup toasted walnuts|
|~||Salt and freshly ground black pepper|
|2||slices fresh baguette or other artisan-style bread|
|~||A small wedge of delicious, soft cheese, at room temperature|
|¼||cup Marinated Olives, or olives purchased from a specialty store|
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