Pompano Beach, Florida (PressExposure) July 25, 2009 -- Summer and salads. What a fantastic combination. Mixes of crisp, fresh greens are a great addition to any meal, especially barbecues. The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television welcomes Chef Jeremy Hanlon â known as the âFresh Chefâ â who prepares a tasty cole slaw recipe thatâs perfect for your next cookout. The segment airs July 2nd as part of the Tribute to the American Family Special.
âToday, Iâm whipping up my special Napa Cabbage Cole Slaw with fresh oranges and ingredients including onions, chopped cilantro leaves and lemon juice, topped off with my secret ingredient, Raspberry Walnut Litehouse Dressing.
âI love Litehouse,â he says. âThese fresh, refrigerated salad dressings have no added preservatives, MSG or artificial flavors.â Theyâre made with canola oil, which has been found to reduce bad (LDL) cholesterol, says a study in Artery Research.
Busy moms will enjoy many of Chef Hanlonâs creative recipes. Try a Red Bliss Potato & Green Bean Salad made with Litehouse Honey Mustard Dressing or Whole Wheat Pasta & Vegetable Salad topped with Litehouse Balsamic Vinaigrette. These and other tempting recipes add taste, variety and healthy benefits to your diet without adding difficulty to your life.
Bring the entire family together by making cooking fun, visit the Litehouse website: [http://www.30Salads30Days.com]. It offers 30 different salad ideas, one each day for 30 days. Pick your favorite.
Salads are part of a balanced diet,â says Chef Hanlon. âLitehouse Dressings lead the way with flavorful veggie dishes that appeal to every taste.â
âCreative ideas to make summer more fun and tasty, too,â say Doug Campbell, Executive Vice President of Programming, BrandStar Entertainment, the producers of The Balancing Act. âThatâs a recipe all ages can enjoy.â
To view the recipes showcased on the program, visit, [http://www.thebalancingact.com/litehouse].