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    7 Reviews |  By Roosie

    Credit goes to the North Carolina SweetPotato Commission. From the book "The Color Code."

    Recipe #91157

    I never thought raw kale was so good!

    Recipe #261786

    2 Reviews |  By Mercy

    From Mr. Food...he suggests serving over grilled meats or fish, or using as a dip for tortilla chips. The 4 hours cooking time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #115756

    A simple Japanese dressing turns crunchy snow peas into a refreshing salad. Great with grilled salmon or chicken. Created by Heather Trim for Food and Drink.

    Recipe #211692

    I don't like mayonnaise-based salad dressings, but this is a nice, creamy dressing that uses yogurt instead. I imagine it would be fairly forgiving if one wanted to use richer yogurt, or swap some of the ingredients. Next time I might use more tahini, because I love tahini!

    Recipe #238139

    A simple salad with a refreshing flavour.

    Recipe #240994

    If you agree with Lynne Rossetto Kasper’s belief that “the chickpea should be canonized into the food lover’s hall of fame” then you’ll love this delicious, flavoursome and very healthy warm chickpea salad from award-winning vegetarian chef Peter Berley’s book “Fresh Food Fast: Delicious, Seasonal Vegetarian Meals in Under an Hour”. I subscribed to Lynne Rossetto Kasper’s “The Splendid Table” newsletters some time ago, and this is one of many fantastic recipes she has included in her newsletter. The recipes and her tips - which I have included in this posting - are great. I have posted this recipe here exactly as I received it. Because "The Splendid Table” recipes and Lynne’s tips are always SO excellent, I shall post some more of them. I love this recipe, Lynne clearly loves this recipe; I hope that other chickpea lovers will too!

    Recipe #118787

    Beautiful plate of goodness!

    Recipe #19456

    This salad is for when you have an abundance of fresh tomatoes. It says "summer" is here. Only use fresh tomatoes. DELICIOUS!!!

    Recipe #14214

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    This is a great Spinach Salad. This is one of the many ways I get my kids to eat spinach. It is also great to serve to guests.

    Recipe #61419

    I love both avocado and raw kohlrabi, so this salad is a favorite of mine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #27038

    This relish is chunky and tartly suited to turkey, whether it's hot on the big day or cold in sandwiches. The recipe makes enough to enjoy with a really big bird.

    Recipe #4747

    I had this marvelous cranberry sauce about 5 years ago at a friends house. Since I have Diabetes, I substituted Splenda for an equal amount of could switch back if you like. I love this recipe and make it every year at Thanksgiving. It's best if you make it several days ahead to allow the flavors to blend. It's a step above the "norm".

    Recipe #78017

    Family favorite for 60 years.

    Recipe #75467

    8 Reviews |  By Beth.B

    Easy to make. The flavors are so good together.

    Recipe #164422

    8 Reviews |  By Al Al

    This recipe is from my friend Joan and is one of our favorites. I am guessing on the amounts for the salad ingredients. You can proportion them to taste or based on how many people you are feeding. The dressing recipe makes enough for two good-sized salads. You can make this a main dish salad by adding cooked chicken.

    Recipe #227191

    Shake Well before Using! Makes a great gift

    Recipe #149500

    Cranberry Spinach Salad

    Recipe #3568

    3 Reviews |  By LisaAD

    As found on the web and posted by Shannon This recipe is intended to be thick like a Caesar dressing should be. Traditionally a caesar salad is dressed with the dressing before serving, its not meant to be poured on or thin.

    Recipe #151818

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