When I lived in Italy I totally fell in love with this fresh salad. When I moved back to the States, I was thrilled to find all of the ingredients at Trader Joe's. I so wish there was one closer to my house. Love that store. Of course now I hardly eat meat and when I do it's almost never beef. So basically I eat this salad once a year if that now, but it's still good and really easy to make.
Parmigiano Reggiano - not that nasty stuff in the green can
Lemon juice - from a lemon
Spread the arugula on a plate. Top with torn bresaola and parm cheese. I like to shave mine with a vegetable peeler. Squeeze a little lemon juice on top and drizzle with olive oil. Eat!
How do you like my super classy paper plate? I wasn't in the mood to wash dishes. :)
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I recently took my son to a local farm and they had a cow train. My son didn't want to go by himself, so I sat in the car in front of him. What a cute idea and a lot of fun. These were made out of plastic barrels. A great way to upcycle a plastic barrel.
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