Friday Fictioneers: Arugula Salad with Feta, Peaches, And Olives

Jenn, washed the vegetables in preparation for tonight’s dinner party. It was the first time she had ever entertained in her new apartment, but it wouldn’t be the last.

She invited her favorite uncle, her boss at the restaurant where she worked, one of her best customers there and his wife, and of course her best friend; for moral support, and to celebrate after.

Her entire meal was a low-carb, keto-friendly, savory dinner, that hopefully will be raved about tomorrow.

One day Jenn planned to have her own restaurant. But first she had to make a name for herself.

For the recipe, click here: Arugula Salad with Feta, Peaches, And Olives

This week’s photo:© Ronda Del Boccio

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38 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: Arugula Salad with Feta, Peaches, And Olives

  1. How fun to feature a recipe and little
    Dinner get together for the prompt – and it flowed nicely ((and PS – I was recently “corrected” about what keto truly is – and peaches would not be on a true keto salad – (they have low carbs but a sweet fruit like peaches is almost never okay) and then my hubs told me that ultra keto folks sometimes skip the salad altogether and have seasons of high fats with zero sugars – and almost no carbs–/ and so anyhow I realized all this and I think your featured recipe is more paleo-friendly than keto- but still learning here – I just know high sugar fruits are a no-no – and maybe berries and cherries))

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    • Trouble is by the time she got a restaurant going the dieters would be on to the next healthy fad. lol
      So I thought, if she had intimate dinner parties, she could be “famous” that way. Maybe sought after…for intimate dinner parties.

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  2. True, if Jen made her name as a chef, her new venture will run by her name. But first thing first, how was her first hosting rated by her guests?

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