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    An easy way to use up strawberries (2 of those little green baskety thingies). Light and summery too. From the Diane Mott Davidson series about a caterer who solves murder mysteries. This one is from "The Main Corpse." I read them for the recipes! If you don't have sugar snap peas, snow peas or green beans work too.

    Recipe #69863

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    A great side dish or just on its own.

    Recipe #92362

    This is from way back in my Colorado days. Snap Peas were first coming out as the new "it" vegetable. The bight green pods are very appetizing. They are good plain, but we dressed them for a fancy dinner. Very colorfull. Nice in late summer.

    Recipe #138925

    A delicious summer salad perfect for picnics and potlucks. When dicing vegetables try and make the bits about as big as the beans. This makes for a pretty presentation and it's easier to get on the fork.

    Recipe #125580

    This came from Bon Appetite, June 2002 - yummy, healthy and great for summer!

    Recipe #92467

    This easy recipe came from the March 2004 issue of Everyday Food. It is quick to put together and a colorful and delicious salad. I prefer to eat it right away, still slightly warm. I think it would be good sprinkled with crumbled feta cheese or with some chicken or tuna for a main course salad.

    Recipe #88617

    A wonderful spring salad from Peter Martin's restaurant in Kitchener Ontario! Arrange the asparagus on the plate in a sunburst pattern, top it with mixed greens & the warmed dressing for an impressive first course.

    Recipe #88363

    From the Dole Company-as found on a bunch of fresh asparagus spears. (Yep, I played around with the recipe.) The original recipe uses bottled raspberry dressing. Roasting the asparagus brings out the delicious flavor, whereas steaming seems to make it soggy, in my opinion. When shopping for asparagus look for spears with stalks that are uniform in size and leaves that are tightly close, indicating freshness.

    Recipe #165347

    A refreshing salad that's different from the same-o, same-o.

    Recipe #35208

    Another yummy lowfat recipe from "In The Kitchen With Rosie," the cookbook by Oprah's personal chef. I have never used the fennel leaves, so if you try it, tell me how it tastes!

    Recipe #45621

    We really enjoy this asparagus salad. Use the dressing of your choice. We really like the champane dressing. Cook time is for blanching the asparagus.

    Recipe #59181

    Heavenly! This is my new favorite salad!

    Recipe #53838

    This is like my Dad's fruit salad only with vegetables. My brother and I loved the fruit salad so much that we also ate our vegetables cause Dad said it was the same. It's not, but just as good! I added the orange pepper.

    Recipe #115655

    This is a spicy, refreshing salad that's perfect served on a hot summer evening with garden-fresh veggies. It's easiest to use a mandoline to slice the veggies, but a sharp knife and patience will do quite well, also!

    Recipe #93536

    Easy, healthy, filling. Substitute your veges of choice. Adapted from WW recipe.

    Recipe #198911

    This is so good using orange marmalade to make a yummy dressing! Feel free to substitute other fruits for the ones listed. From the Reynolds Wrap folks.

    Recipe #176106

    4 Reviews |  By Geema

    I love the colors of this refreshing salad; and the tropical touch from the dressing makes it extra special.

    Recipe #60842

    Great salad when you are looking for something new and unique!

    Recipe #81660

    A very different, visually stunning, awesome summer salad. Kaikoura Restaurant in New Zealand (South Island)

    Recipe #116822

    I cut this salad recipe out of a weekly local newspaper the other day and haven't had the chance to test it. I would like to try golden beets for the red beets. If you cannot find mache (lamb's lettuce), substitute butter lettuce or fresh mixed greens. Serve with crusty French bread!

    Recipe #132818

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