All surfers will attest to the ravenousappetite a good surf session creates.

Sometimes you may also feel a littlewiped-out and low on energy afterwards.

This is an especially good time to refuelby consuming something light, balanced

and healthy as soon as possible.The ?Chuck- It-In Sal ad? is a good mid

surf? energy booster and a welcomesaviour when you emerge from the water

famished. Chuck-It-In Salad ?This is a healthy, easy to prepare salad

that uses a few basic ingredients and whatever else you can find in your fridge.

For anyone like myself who doesn?t like waste, dig in the fridge for that salami

end, slice of ham or a bit of old cheddar and ?chuck-it-in?. You can make a quick

bowl of this salad and store in your cooler to enjoy as soon as you get out

of the water.? – Andy, Walker?s Inn


50 0g of pasta spirals, (whole wheat is better though any will do)

50g parme san cheese (can also use feta or cheddar)

100g of salami (can also use cold meat cuts, bacon etc)

1/2 cup of shredded carrot

2 sticks of cele ry

1 chopped pepper

1/2 thin sliced cucumber

8 plum tomatoes

8 chopped black olives

1/2 cup of cubed onions,

1 diced apple

1/2 lime, sqeezed

virgin olive oil

white wine vinegar

salt & pepper


1) Cook pasta in boiling water until ?al dente?, rinse in cold water and drain.

2) Toss all the vegetables, fruit and cooled pasta into a bowl and mix.

3) Add extras from the fridge, we used salami (ham, cheese, bacon, chicken etc)

4) Add olive oil, vine gar and lime juice according to taste and season with salt and pepper. Toss salad.

5) Sprinkle parmesan cheese on top and serve or store in a cooler.

This issues Paddle Power recipe was kindly submitte d by Andy and his wife Joo from the Walker?s Inn,

Khao Lak. They extend a warm welcome to all and are a great option for any travellers in the area.

They offer very reasonably priced clean comfortable accommodation, a delicious Thai and European menu,

a great bar and a down-to-earth atmosphere. Walker?s Inn is located on the main 4 road at the south

end of Khao Lak main drag a short distance from Nang Thong beach.




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