Just to ease the transition. A Justin's almond candy bar (highly recommended)? (always have, always will). 1 cup pre-washed quinoa (if not washed, follow package instructions for rinsing) It's a nice change from a regular cucumber salad. tweeted https://twitter.com/sallaboutme/status/227391694109286400, Cheese and chocolate, the staples of my diet , I like you on FB! Now, for the fun part: the giveaway! Onion Cucumber Salad with Vinegar Dressing, Christmas Tree Delivery Is a Thing and We’re So on Board, Do Not Sell My Personal Information – CA Residents, 2 medium cucumbers, peeled and thinly sliced. This was, of course, only difficult because of having so many options. The winner will need to pick up the gift card at the Gulch location in Nashville at 321 12th Avenue South, so please make sure you are able to do so before entering the contest. Whisk until blended, then … But I would also buy some of their quinoa since I have never had it before! To enter the contest: 1. Marinated white beans from the cold bar? Leave a (one) comment telling me the first thing you'd like to buy with your gift card? https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/quinoa-corn-salad I LOVE Hatcher milk...the list could go on and on! I'd buy lots o' cheese... Kenny's and Noble Springs being my two favorites. Love that location! 1 cup rinsed quinoa 1-2/3 cups vegetable broth 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup chopped tomatoes from 2 medium tomatoes or cherry tomatoes, quartered 1 cup cooked corn, from 1 cob or frozen 1 cup diced cucumber (seeds and peel removed), from one medium cucumber 1/4 cup finely chopped green onion (optional) 1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro. 2 tablespoons water. I'm a vegetarian living in Nashville, Tennessee. I was also happy to find organic, heirloom cherry tomatoes from Delvin Farms in the produce section. I think I'd buy some cheese and beer. And, maybe I'd buy lunch for me and a friend! Already follow you, duh. 1/4 cup chopped yellow onion That's a lot of juice! Second would be the Ciao Bella gelato they have in the freezer section... the lemon flavor is so good in the summer, and the Tahitian vanilla tastes amazing any time! But it's from my private account so only you can see it, Lesley. I'd buy some meats and vegetables for grilling and refill my spice rack. My favorites, and I can get them at Turnip Truck. I've always wanted to try their hot and cold bars! But you don't have to make it yourself to try it out; my salad will be available on the cold bar and in the deli case this Wednesday, July 18 at the Gulch location. Double duh. In a small bowl, combine the olive oil, lemon juice, vinegar, garlic and salt. How have I not clicked that little "like" button before?!? Turn the heat up to high and bring to a boil. It's so much more convenient than driving all the way to Hillsboro for groceries. Update: This giveaway is closed. 1 clove minced garlic I would buy a nice mix of tomatoes since I'm not gardening this year. I would buy some of that Olive & Sinclair chocolate . Whenever I'm at a Whole Foods/Turnip Truck/natural market type place, I HAVE to get some kombucha, so that would probably be the first thing I would buy. 3. Like right now. Rinse vigorously for 1-2 minutes in a fine strainer or sieve or fill a bowl and massage the quinoa to clean it well and then drain through a cheesecloth or other straining utensil. Noble Springs Goat Cheese and anything delvin farms! Especially on a Wednesday, a.k.a. Ingredients. This powdered vegetable broth is cheap and tastes great. And muffins. i love turnip truck! Great recipe and I would buy quinoa and a cinnamon buttermilk muffin...my weakness!! serves 4-6, 1/2 tablespoon olive oil They're so delicious but so expensive, that I'd have to splurge. It's even better with a little Noble Springs goat cheese crumbled on top (which, conveniently, you can also get at The Turnip Truck) or some avocado. 1 teaspoon dill weed. Here in Nashville, local grocer, The Turnip Truck is doing a promotion in conjunction with several foodbloggers to raise awareness about their location in The Gulch, a newly-booming area of downtown Nashville. I go to the turnip truck every week to buy chicken, so that's what I'd use it for! Lots of chocolate. Mix in the tomatoes, corn, cucumber, green onion, and cilantro. . "Like" Lesley Eats on Facebook. https://twitter.com/justmalia/status/227419125675356162. *To de-seed the cucumber, cut in lengthwise quarters and shear off the seed side. It's so good and so much variety. Right this very minute it would have to be heirloom tomatoes ... while they are in season, I eat as many as I possibly can. Lucky to have kind and generous n, Hurricane Sally cancelled my vacation and Hurrican, He thinks he's not good at gift-giving, but he is, First day at her new job. Well, I am pretty certain I would buy more cheese sandwiches, since I buy one every day. 1/4 cup finely chopped green onion (optional) Taste of Home is America's #1 cooking magazine. I'd buy goji berries because I always want them but there too high priced. Thank you! Soup. Hoops: Consider them jumped through. In addition to the great bulk food and produce selection, they have a great dairy case, an amazing selection of high-quality frozen foods, and carry a lot of local products such as Olive & Sinclair chocolate.