A side salad of sorts made with fresh grown flowers and sprouts from around the house, with a bit of red onion from the fridge. These salads have become a creative outlet. Luckily, so far, they are tasty too. Growing up, the only salads I ate were made of torn iceberg lettuce, sliced red tomatoes and maybe a chopped cucumber. The dressing was usually mayonnaise from a jar until my mom got into creamy bottled dressings. Recently, at a restaurant, I saw a salad being served. On a lovely china saucer sat a wedge of iceberg lettuce and upon its light green surface was drizzled a bit of white dressing. When I checked the menu for its price, I was a bit startled and could only think of my mom and had to chuckle.