Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

Denver Bronco Super Bowl salad bowl boasts team colors

Toss team colors into your salad: Blueberries and oranges root for Denver Broncos.
Toss team colors into your salad: Blueberries and oranges root for Denver Broncos.
Photo by Colleen Smith for Friday Jones Publishing

Denver Bronco fans can display Super Bowl team support in a Denver Broncos Super Bowl Salad Bowl simply and nutritionally. Toss in Denver Broncos team colors in the form of two fresh ingredients: oranges and blueberries.

The Mile High City is high on the prospects of another Super Bowl victory. Even if you don't live in Colorado, if you support Payton Manning and the Denver Broncos, consider adding a fresh, nutritious Denver Broncos salad to your Super Bowl spread. To your favorite garden salad, add washed and dried fresh blueberries. Peel an orange and slice it into bite-sized citrus points. Add the fruits atop your greens and other salad ingredients.

Eating from the garden is a winning idea for your home team.

For 8 professional salad-making secrets from the chef at Racines restaurant, a Denver institution celebrating 30 years in business, check out this link for this how-to article:

Racine's shares chef's 8 garden salad secrets plus a sassy vinaigrette recipe.

Enjoy your Denver Broncos Super Bowl Salad Bowl and the pro's tips on making and serving garden salads. Go, Denver Broncos!

••• "Cultivate your corner of the world.

You grow your garden; your garden grows you." •••

Colleen Smith writes from and gardens in Denver, Colorado. She's been a longtime regular contributor to The Denver Post, Colorado Expression, Sunset Magazine, and other publications.

• Colleen Smith's gift book "Laid-Back Skier" makes a charming gift! This whimsical, inspirational book features original illustrations of ski bunnies and encouragement for life's ups and downs.

Watch "Laid-Back Skier's" brief YouTube video here.

• Colleen Smith’s first novel, “Glass Halo”—a finalist for the 2010 Santa Fe Literary Prize — is available in hardcover or e—book.

To learn more:

"Like" Friday Jones Publishing on Facebook for frequent posts on gardening and other fresh topics.

Follow FridayPublisher on Twitter.

Follow FridayJonesWags on Pinterest.

Report this ad