Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add all of the ingredients, shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass.
Chopping vegetables can be done in different ways using a sharp knife and a wooden chopping board. Cutting on a marble slab will blunt your knives.
Some greens are bitter; try adding raisins.
Sneak cut-up zucchini into meatloaf. The same goes for pasta sauce; load it up with greenery.
If you make canned soup, toss in frozen peas or string beans. The FDA has declared that frozen is as nutritious as fresh. A box of veggies in macaroni and cheese is also delicious.
At the salad bar, make a veggie sandwich. Add balsamic vinegar and munch away!
When we stopped at a hotel for a quick bite on our way home from an outing, our kids played with some other children and the group got a bit rowdy. My husband told them all to settle down but one boy was not pleased by this and asked our four-year-old, “Who’s that?” He replied, “His name’s Rod Harris but we just call him Dad.”
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