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Christmas Fare

 


This is one of my favourite Christmas salads - asparagus, avocado, strawberries and sprouts. Doesn't it look so festive. It still needs its dressing which is made with avocado oil, garlic and lemon juice. It is also meant to have basil in it but I forgot to buy some. Not to worry it will still be delicious.
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kasthurirajam said…
Beautiful.Happy christmas.
sophie said…
It looks fantastic ... I think I will be trying this soon.

Merry Christmas.
It looks yummy! Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Barbara said…
It does look beautiful. Merry Christmas!
Barbara said…
Oh Yummy! Great "Tis the Season" image. Merry Christmas.
Kate said…
It looks yummy! Great photograph!

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