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    Salads: Cold from the Ocean

    [Cover photo by Thorsten.] Fish or seafood salads. (I don't like lobster, though, so no lobster here.) My other salad cookbooks are Bean There, Done That, Loved It , Chicken Salad , Close the door—I'm dressing! , Cool and Fruity , Cool and Leafy , Cool and Meaty , Cool and Stacked , Old King Cole Slaw , Pass da Pasta Salad Please , Potato Salad Roundup , Veggies-But-Not-Greens and Yukking ...er, Yolking It Up .
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    This recipe came from my sister, many years ago. It's made the same way as potato salad only you substitute shrimp and crackers for the potatoes. It's always the first thing to disappear at a party. I don't know if it was ever published anywhere or how many it serves.

    Recipe #112314

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a very refreshing, sweet, no cook, healthy, lite, lemony, low fat summer meal. You can use store bought frozen cooked shrimp, But leftover grilled shrimp is just great in this salad. You don't need to salt because the capers, and feta are salty and lemon is a substitute for salt. But if you are a lover of salt taste first.

    Recipe #131953

    Phase II recipe This is taken from the restaurant Joe's Stone Crab

    Recipe #132242

    Living on the coast we are sometimes forced to evacuate during hurricane season. Put this salad in a covered bowl and throw it in the cooler. It's an entire meal in one bowl and it's easy to serve. Dish it up into a cup and you can eat it in the car, camper or motel room in our case! That's why we call it "Evacuation Tuna & Pasta Salad"!

    Recipe #25840

    This is delicious served on a bed a lettuce for a summer dinner,or as a side for hamburgers or hot dogs.Great for potlucks.

    Recipe #11457

    58 Reviews |  By Nose

    If you are going to make a white bean & tuna salad (which, if you've never had it, might not sound good, but is) with canned goods, this is a good recipe. This is from a book called _Culinary Journey to the Mediterranean. You can serve this with pita bread or pita chips, and/or on a bed of arugula or watercress.

    Recipe #102111

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