I saw this in a magazine and decided to make it. Well, I saw this actually:
I made the dressing:
1/2 a shallot 1 clove garlic minced.
Sprigs of thyme, small handful of parsley, and a little dill, all chopped pretty fine
Three spoonfuls (not big) of mayo
And enough buttermilk to get the consistency you want.
I took some of the meat I got from Burgundy Pasture Beef, I got another primal cut to play with, and made beef “strips”. Like chicken, only better.
Anyway, I grilled it up along with some red onion slices. Then I sautéed a couple handfuls of fresh corn, (like my measurements?) with some salt, cumin, and a little cayenne. When It’s done, mix with quartered cherry tomatoes. Like four of each. Then take some onion slices that were grilled, chop them up and mix with the veggies. Drizzle with some of the dressing mixture and chow down. This took meno time to prepare and if you grill your corn instead, you will have a knife and a cutting board to wash, if you do it inside like I did, add an extra pan to the dishes. This was easy, delicious, and fast. I will definitely make it again.