A really great guy I used to work with would make this and bring in to share. We all loved it so much and would beg for more! Sounds strange with the grapes, but it's so good! Allow time for salad to chill.
We have a restaurant here in El Paso, TX called the Cattleman's Steakhouse. It is world famous for it's steaks, slaw and beans. This is my rendition of their wonderful slaw. Simple, yet mighty tasty (and fattening)! Enjoy...
A spicy, crunchy salad with peanuts not peanut butter. If you are like me and don't like raw garlic, you can saute it for 30 seconds to a minute before using. It just seems to get too intense for my taste if allowed to sit for any amount of time.
I never liked coleslaw until I tried my husband's great aunt's. Now I can't get enough of it! Great with BBQ pork sandwiches. You can also use a bag of slaw mix instead of shredding the cabbage and carrots yourself.
This is an unusual and delicious chicken salad that is super easy to make. I love it on some loose lettuce leaves or inside a croissant. I use two large boneless chicken breasts to get the 2 cups of cubed meat. My Aunt Gladys of Glendale, CA made this for me several years ago and I have been making it ever since. My friends have been begging me for the recipe and now here it is. Enjoy!
This dressing is easy and uses everyday items - no hunting down lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves! I did not have limes so I used lemon juice for the dressing and it turned out great. I pulled this out of one of those complimentary magazines from the health food store - "better nutrition".
Salmagundi was the chef's salad of 18th century England. In present day England and in Colonial Williamsburg, the name has been revived. My mother enjoyed serving this as a main course for dinner. We always liked it!