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New Years Menu

Celebrate the New Year in style with the people you love best. Our delicious dinner menu will be a hit with the whole family…The menu is for 6 people and includes a salad, starter, main course, 2 side dishes, a dessert, a cocktail and a mocktail for kids and non-drinkers. Happy New Year from goodtoknow!

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Spiralized Raw Zucchini Salad with Avocado and Edamame

Fresh, quick and delicious – this salad takes less than 5 minutes to make, start to finish and there’s no cooking involved, so it’s perfect for the summer because you won’t heat up your kitchen!

This salad was inspired by an amazing vegan appetizer I had in Seaside Florida prepared for me by the staff at Raw and Juicy[1]. It was so fresh and simple, I knew I was going to recreate it at home. Rather than dicing the zucchini into perfect little squares, I used my Paderno Spiral Vegetable Slicer[2]  (my all time FAVORITE cooking gadget) and spiralized it instead plus I added some cooked shelled edamame sold in the salad section of my supermarket for protein. The results were fresh and fantastic – a MUST try!

And speaking of summer, as shorter hemlines and bathing suit weather approaches, I want to introduce you to my friend Erin Stutland – a life and fitness coach and the creator of Shrink Session: Tone Your Body, Expand Your Mind[3]. She has been featured in Glamour Magazine, Shape, Daily Candy and more and people all over the world are currently experiencing her work.

Erin and I got together last week in her little NYC kitchen to shoot a quick, fun cooking video to demonstrate just how easy this recipe is. Can you believe this is my FIRST cooking video on Skinnytaste? It’s not perfect, but I don’t think it’s terrible for my first time. I plan on doing some more in the future to get more practice, you check it out here…

Erin is a seasoned pro at making videos, and she has also created a workout that is unlike ANYTHING I have ever experienced before. I say that, because frankly, it doesn’t feel like a workout at all. What makes Shrink Session so DIFFERENT from your average workout is that it will definitely tone your bod, amp up your metabolism and burn fat. But it also helps you step into a more a confident, powerful, rock star part of yourself that you may not be in touch with on a daily basis.

Erin is running a FREE 5 day Say it, Sweat it, Get it Challenge[4] that starts June 2nd. You can sign up HERE[5]. Don’t miss it. I have no doubt that you are going to fall in love with the workouts and your body!

Hope you enjoy the recipe – it’s vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, gluten-free, clean, and delicious!

Spiralized Raw Zucchini Salad with Avocado and Edamame
Servings: 1 • Size: 1 salad • Old Points: 6 pts • Points+: 7 pts
Calories: 254 • Fat: 18 g • Carb: 20 g • Fiber: 9 g • Protein: 8 g • Sugar: 5 g
Sodium: 19 mg • Cholesterol: 0 mg


  • 1 medium zucchini, ends trimmed off
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1/2 tbsp olive oil
  • kosher salt, to taste
  • fresh black pepper, to taste
  • 2 oz diced avocado (1/2 medium haas)
  • 1/3 cup shelled cooked edamame
  • 1 basil leaf, minced
  • 1 tsp minced chive


Use a spiralizer[6] or a mandolin fitted with a julienne blade and cut the zucchini into thin spaghetti-like strands. Trim the strands into bite size lengths, about 8 inches long and place it in a large work bowl. Drizzle the olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper and toss.

Dice the avocado into small pieces and add to the bowl along with the edamame, basil and chives. Serve right away and enjoy!


  1. ^ Raw and Juicy (www.rawandjuicylife.com)
  2. ^ Paderno Spiral Vegetable Slicer (www.amazon.com)
  3. ^ Shrink Session: Tone Your Body, Expand Your Mind (erinstutland.ontraport.net)
  4. ^ FREE 5 day Say it, Sweat it, Get it Challenge (erinstutland.ontraport.net)
  5. ^ HERE (erinstutland.ontraport.net)
  6. ^ spiralizer (www.amazon.com)

Caesar salad

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  • Serves: 4

  • Prep time: 10 mins

  • Cooking time: 5 mins

  • Total time: 15 mins

  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Cheap as chips

Learn how to make a classic caesar salad with our easy recipe. One of the most popular salad recipes to order in a restaurant, you can easily make it in the comfort of your own home – and you don’t even have to buy a ready made dressing! Our caesar salad recipe shows you how to make a simple caesar dressing – you won’t believe how easy it is. Combine your homemade dressing with some crispy croutons (we show you how to make them too!), anchovies, lettuce and a little parmesan and voila – a tasty salad is on the table in next to no time!


  • 3tbsp olive oil
  • 4 thick slices of bread
  • 1 cos or romaine lettuce
  • 8-10 anchovies, drained
  • Parmesan

For the Caesar salad dressing

  • 300ml olive or sunflower oil
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 2tsp Dijon mustard
  • Spalsh Worcestershire sauce
  • 2tbsp lemon juice
  • Seasonings (Salt and black pepper)

That’s goodtoknow

Top your salad with fish, strips of cooked bacon or chicken to create a more substantial main course.


  1. Remove the crusts from your bread and cut into small cubes. Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the bread until golden and slightly crispy. Place on a piece of kitchen roll to drain off the oil.
  2. Separate the leaves of your lettuce or tear into large pieces and place into a bowl. Slice the anchovies (or use whole) and place atop the lettuce.
  3. To make the Caesar salad dressing, blend the egg yolks, mustard, Worcestershire sauce and lemon juice, adding in the oil slowly. The dressing will thicken as you add the oil. Season to taste with the salt and pepper.
  4. Pour the dressing over the lettuce, add the croutons and shave or grate Parmesan over the top.

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