This is a salad that my mom used to make. It’s great for a summer weekend’s lunch and also to send in the kids lunch boxes. Very simple and quick to prepare, which makes it a winner!!! Start boiling a chicken breast with the spices that your kids enjoy. I just add salt, pepper, dried thyme and a splash of Worcestershire sauce. When it’s done, let the chicken cool down. While you wait, shred two or three carrots in a bowl, add one cup of corn and half a cup of pitted olives. They can be black or green. I usually cut them in half just to make sure there are no pits left. When the chicken is cold, I shred it or cut in small pieces and add to the bowl. Now we just have to season with salt, olive oil and a splash of Worcestershire sauce. Toss everything together and serve it with shoestring potatoes. That’s how we traditionally eat this salad, but you can omit the fries to make it lighter.