Arugula

If you’re looking to plant something that will grow to no end, try arugula. It can be trimmed and still continue growing which is great because there will be plenty to eat. This plant is a little nutty, spicy and peppery, so I like to pair it with lighter ingredients such as fish and fruit. Let’s explore some recipes.

Comte, Olive and Arugula Grilled Cheese
Arugula, Fennel and Orange Salad
Pan Seared Salmon on Baby Arugula
Bacon, Peach and Arugula Sandwiches
Open-Face Brie, Apple and Arugula Sandwiches
Prosciutto and Arugula Pizza
Garlic and Lemon Pasta with Arugula

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  1. says

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    • Joanna says

      Thank you! I suggest trying out a blogging platform first for free to determine which you like best. I use WordPress and love it. But it really depends on what you are looking for. All in all, free is always good for testing and when you are content with your choice, then look into finding a site to host your domain and blog. I hope that helps. Good luck!

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