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    Come on and try TOTM - its fun

    JoyfulCook
    Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:44 am
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    Salads can be healthy, satisfying meals on their own or perfect accompaniments to main dishes. Whatever sort of salad you're after, we've got a great selection of salad recipes and dressings
    Dig into a salad today - there is a lot more to salad that Lettuce leaves!

    Salads are satisfying meals on their own or perfect accompaniments to main dishes. Whatever sort of salad you're after - from Vegetable, Potato, rice, bean or even fruit salads we've got a great selection so come and join us HERE and share your ideas and recipes too.
    Chef #1802684200
    Mon Apr 21, 2014 5:11 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    At both the lunch or dinner table, a meal might be comprised of a handful or more of small dishes or Meze, usually accompanied by Ouzo or wine.
    Among these appetizers one will find preparations such as mashed roasted eggplant (melitzanosalata), whipped fish roe (taramosalata), yogurt, garlic and cucumber dip (tzatziki) all in the 'salad' or 'salates' category, though they are far from a foreigner's notion of a salad.
    One possible explanation for this choice of word to describe these dishes, is because they are served cold, as are all other salads.

    There are warm salads in Greek cuisine as well, such as boiled greens (horta) or varied bean salads, served at room temperature or chilled, and dressed with lemon juice or vinegar, salt and olive oil.
    Naturally, there is also the ever-popular Village Salad (horiatiki) or as Greek restaurants all over the globe refer to it, the 'Greek Salad'; it is a familiar site - ripe tomatoes, olives (usually from Kalamata), raw onions, peppers, cucumbers and herbs such as dried oregano. Most of the time a wedge of feta sits on the top of the Greek salad, although this is often left up to the customer's discretion.
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