This So-Simple Salad Is Delicious And Guilt-Free

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    We may have Joy the Baker's infamous "Man Bait" Apple Crisp recipe committed to memory, but it's not the only reason we're loyal to this self-taught dessert maven. Joy's hilariously soulful commentary, undying devotion to butter, and her steadfast belief that cake is a perfectly acceptable breakfast choice is what really keeps us coming back for more.

    You know what’s not a good idea? Shopping for jeans after an "eat weekend." Don’t act like you don’t know what an eat weekend is. Don’t act like you haven’t ever eaten nothing but spaghetti and meatballs, apple cinnamon doughnuts, onion rings, and mango margaritas for an entire weekend. Surely I’m not the only one.

    Maybe I am the only dummy who would go shopping for jeans after such a gluttonous two days. Can I tell you the worst part? The sales dude — yeah, DUDE — insisted on seeing every pair of jeans I tried on. Um, no way, dude. No way. Can I tell you the second worst part? I had to have the sales dude go back to the floor to get me a larger size in all the jeans I had selected. Larger. That wasn’t embarrassing at all.

    So I made a salad. Whatever. This has nothing to do with the jeans incident or "eat weekend." Maybe I just like salad more than I like onion rings.

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