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    Favorite Salads

    We need to eat lots of fruit and vegetables, and salads are a good way to do that. These are salads and salad dressings that I like a lot and will make regularly.

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    Recipe #227135

    From Eating Well magazine, one of my favorite salads. The flavors blend so well and compliment and the textures are marvelous. If you have the white cheddar with a red pear, the colors are nice. When I get a green pear I just use yellow cheddar.

    Recipe #231749

    Tabbouleh Libanaise. An authentic recipe for tabouli salad found on a Lebanese website (DownTownBeirut.com). Authentic tabouli is mostly parsley with very little bulgur at all.

    Recipe #232058

    Posted in the MyFoodDiary.com forums, from a newspaper article some time back. Excellent salad, and very healthy. Tasty. Healthy. You can't go wrong. Even my kids like this one.

    Recipe #232061

    The key is chopping the veggies into small pieces. This is what gives the salad such a clean, fresh taste. The small pieces impart juices and flavor. No dressing required. This is good for lunch or as a side dish for dinner. It can be kept in the refrigerator for several days. NOTE: For a Fatoush-type of salad, toast or broil a slice of pita bread; break-up the crispy pieces into the salad.

    Recipe #137426

    This salad is traditionally served with any type of grilled meats. An excellent accompaniment to the main dish at your next barbecue. From Food and Drink Magazine. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #167760

    2 Reviews |  By Tee Lee

    From Pampered Chef. With only 7 ingredients, plus salt and pepper, this simple salad is great served with a nice crusty bread. Because it contains no mayonnaise, this salad also travels well for picnics or barbecues.

    Recipe #212366

    Finally, I have my MIL's salad dressing recipe. It's one of my husband's favorites. It has whole cloves in it, so either remove them before serving, or be sure to let people know so they don't eat them.

    Recipe #213984

    5 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Fresh - great for a hot Summer BBQ! Adapted from a Cooking Light recipe.

    Recipe #173727


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