Pinterest, but the recipe is here on AllRecipes.com Of course, my photos is a little spooky since tomorrow's Halloween, but if you want to know what the recipe will really look like, then just visit AllRecipes.
Now, a little background. When I went to do the Art in the House craft show, I was in the same room as the kitchen, and in the kitchen was one Reverend Josie Holler who makes all sorts of delicious concoctions. I bought a pint of her quinoa salad, and I loved it so much I ate it for breakfast the next day. The thing is, though, I don't live near Rev. Holler, so I had to do my own research and make my own quinoa salad once I got back to Atlanta.
This recipe is fairly close. Of course, I'm not a masterful cook like the Reverend Holler, so it's not quite as fancy. However, if you add a little parsley and don't peel your cucumber like I did, you may get it even closer. I will say I changed a few things:
1. I probably added a bit less dill than the recipe called for. I just don't like dill that much.
2. I couldn't find a small cucumber, so I think I used a medium one, and I think I could have used half of it instead of the whole thing.
3. I eyeballed the feta cheese because I thought the recipe maybe was a little disproportionate.
I think it turned out delicious, but I bet it's great with whatever customizations you could think of. I just wanted to share the recipe and the idea. I'm excited I have an exciting little quinoa salad waiting for me come lunch time. Well...and then lunch again tomorrow.