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I got this recipe from a coworker at the salon I work at. I didn't think it would be so wonderful and addictive! It's very creamy and sweet, and a great mix of flavors. It will be the best thing you ever use grapes for (except maybe wine!).

Recipe #35450

I went on a search for a good sweet(ish) Macaroni salad. I realize I am not capable of leaving a recipe alone so this is my version. I also do not love eggs but the fam does so they say that the eggs must be added!

Recipe #214199

Modified from Elise's Nov 22, 2008 post to Simply Recipes -- Have on hand for the holidays; top a cheesecake, or great served on vanilla ice cream or pound cake!

Recipe #480954

From the June, 2010 issue of Bon Appetite. This is a refreshing summer salad in which the dill and balsamic vinegar truly give a lift. It is best prepared a day in advance, and will keep well in the refrigerator for a few days.

Recipe #428248

Caramelized pecans make this salad especially good. This is a salad they used to serve at the restaurant one of my son's worked at, Rockbottom Brewery. If you want a salad with a bit more punch, try blue cheese instead of the feta.

Recipe #23281

2 Reviews |  By Fluffy

This is such a simple side dish but it is so good.

Recipe #65127

11 Reviews |  By Bev

Love this combination! Cook time is chill time. From Southern LIving.

Recipe #51740

2 Reviews |  By *Alia*

A wonderful salad with an italian flair.

Recipe #307310

Adapted from "Weber's on the Grill: Steak and Sides". I didn't use the oregano - only because I don't like oregano!

Recipe #432673

My recreation of the delicious salad at my local co-op.

Recipe #431410

This was something my momma always made for Thanksgiving. I found her recipe! I hope anyone tring this will enjoy it. This recipe can be sugar free.

Recipe #193172

A.k.a. "Pink Stuff"--only 4 ingredients! This is *SO* easy to make and great for potlucks, barbeques, picnics, family get-togethers, especially in the summer! It's a nice cool, light, sweet side dish or dessert. It's called a "dump salad" because all you have to do is dump the ingredients together and stir. Definitely double the recipe and make a large bowl for a gathering of 20+ people!

Recipe #427896

This is a recipe I have been making for about 24 years. I can't remember the lady's name who published the book I got it from, but she was a real stickler about what you feed your kids. I started making this when my boys were preschool age. I would always make sure a had a big batch when they had a sitter, so she didn't fill them up with junk, and they would be on a sugar high when I got home at night. I am still making this today and I enjoy it as a healthy meal or snack anytime. I must say I usually triple this when I make it, as there was 5 of us.It keeps well in frig for a few days, and the boys would eat it for snacks a lot. It made me feel better that they were eating healthy. I used American cheese and I must say on my bowl I would add salt. I love this dish.

Recipe #148152

This different and refreshing recipe was given to me by a friend. Herb and feta quantities can be adjusted as you wish, but this is the basic recipe.

Recipe #313258

A twist on the classic version. You don't have to measure out everything exactly. Just throw it in a bowl. You can also make quite a few variations of this salad. You could put in sliced apples or grapes.

Recipe #259382

This salad is my daughter and mother's favorite Thanksgiving recipe. I used to make it every year for the teachers at my children's school--they RAVED over it. After Thanksgiving, I like to have it as a snack over plain yogurt. It is absolutely to die for!

Recipe #400271

Tangy Marinated Yellow Squash (No Cooking)

Recipe #343

Almost don't need dressing!

Recipe #146319

This is just a PRETTY salad. I like to serve this in a glass bowl so you can see the layers. Now obviously you can just toss it all together, but for a dinner party or pot luck dinner, this is just really nice. Simple ingredients and it goes together in just minutes. Now I use my basic vinaigrette which you will have a little left over, or if you want just use a good store bought dressing. My secret for this salad is to add a little honey to the dressing that goes really well with the pears and the cranberries. You could always add a little honey to a store bought dressing to achieve the same taste.

Recipe #392854

This is so refreshing in the summertime. It's from Epicurious originally, but I marinate the red onions with the cukes, too. (Better that way!) It's a great barbecue side--- I can't count how many parties we've served this at, often by request!

Recipe #249129

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