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They say “the devil is in the details.” However, I propose a quick change to the idiom—because, as this light and flavorful tomato salad proves, delight is what’s really in the details.Traditionally served in Chile alongside grilled meats (a major staple of the country’s cuisine), the tartness and tang of this side dish balances out what would otherwise be a very heavy plate. It’s no show-stopping entree or spotlight-stealing potluck party necessity; it’s a humble, low-key dish that rounds out the flavor + texture spectrum and can be thrown together in about five minutes. An impressive main event? Nah. A delightful little detail? Absolutely.
Each year on my birthday, I make a list of new things I want to try. Then I try them.
1. Take an adult ballet class
2. Go carless for one week
3.Drive a jet ski
4 Go storm chasing
5. Take an overnight bike trip
6. Take a sailing class
7. Stay overnight on a houseboat
8. Make kombucha from scratch
9. Try paddleboarding
10. Take a curling lesson
11. Go Geocaching
12. Attempt to play Dungeons & Dragons
13. Bird watch
14. Take an aerial yoga class
15. Make lefse from scratch
16. Read Benjamin Franklin's biography
17. See 'All About Eve' 18. Make a frame-worthy watercolor
19. See the Bayfield ice caves
20. Eat Baked Alaska
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