An elegant and wonderfully flavored main dish salad. It's light (perfect for when you just happen to have a lavishly rich dessert lying around!) and easy--it takes about 25 minutes from start to finish.
Summer on a platter! This salad is lovely in it's rustic simplicity. The tarragon adds a delicate anise note, different than the usual basil and tomato combination. Just add crusty chunks of bread to soak up the aromatic dressing, it's practically a meal in itself. Enjoy...
For safekeeping. I couldn't find it on Food Network's site for a while. So good, and such a great meal for guests or just a fresh meal at home. Relatively inexpensive dinner for two or more if you add some chicken or turkey breast. Sweet, savory, salty, rich, fresh, great mix of flavors.
This is so quick and easy but the flavors are outstanding. You can put this salad together in a snap...the combination of the greens, fresh strawberries, feta and walnuts is great paired with the strawberry-balsamic vinaigrette. Adapted from a Bon Appetit recipe submitted by Judy Wilkins.
A long time staple in our family, I remember my mother making this often during the hottest days in Texas typically the month of August. I recently, however, served this along with some chili and cornbread and it was a nice compliment.
As my name depicts, I'm a huge proponent of heirloom variety fruits and vegetables. This is one of my favorite ways to enjoy these lovely, unique fruits. As soon as they come back into season I'll post a photo of this beautiful salad.
This is originally from a local Methodist church cookbook published over 20 years ago and was submitted by my good friend, Gaye Couch. It can be served as a salad or as an appetizer and is always well received whenever I make it.
Great egg salad with a little something extra. Delicious for regular sandwiches and also finger sandwiches, or on large sturdy crackers (like the Swedish rye crisps). This recipe would be delicious using a great Southern U.S. ham.