Guest Post at Words To Eat By – Asian Noodle Salad

Come visit my guest blog post at Words to Eat By, the blog of my friend Debbie Koenig, a fabulous and funny writer who is publishing her own cookbook, Parents Need to Eat Too, next year. (Her chocolate chip cookie recipe is on my list of must-tries). For this post, I wrote about Asian Noodle Salad, which is one of our go-to light meals in the summertime. 

I like it because it's light and simple and enormously flexible – you use whatever vegetables you have on hand. And it's full of family memories – it's a recipe I learned from my mother and then adapted as I was inspired by our various travels throughout Asia. 

What is your favorite light meal when it's hot out?


7 thoughts on “Guest Post at Words To Eat By – Asian Noodle Salad

  1. Sheryl

    I read (and commented) on Debbie’s site, but just have to tell you here that this is one dish I must make – easy and so pretty, too.

  2. Nancy

    Oooohhh–I have soba noodles in the cupboard right now–I think we’re having this for lunch–thanks!
    My favorite summer lunch (my family would leave me if I served them this for dinner) is canned tuna (not tuna salad)on Wasa rye crisps, topped with chopped fresh dill, capers, paper thin slices of radish, and a squeeze of fresh lemon.


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