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    Salads

    We eat a lot of salads, we like variety and this cook book has it!
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    7 Reviews |  By Zurie

    A very simple, tasty, CRUSTLESS tart to throw together in minutes! This, to me, is so typical of the wonderfully casual way in which Mediterranean French dishes are made, quickly, fresh, and no-nonsense. I used a pillow pack of pre-washed baby spinach. If you need to wash it, dry in a salad spinner or dry well with paper towels, or you might have too much liquid. This is the very simplest of rustic dishes, requiring not much in the way of seasoning. Add garlic if you wish. Do not add salt if using a salty feta! Very nice with any meat main dish. DO NOT use swiss chard for this recipe: I've tried it, and swiss chard dries out on top, while real spinach does not. Please see other suggestions in the directions!

    Recipe #350071

    Perfect for cookouts and barbecues during the summer.

    Recipe #144336

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a very healthy grain salad. I have tried to duplicate the one I buy at the Overwaite deli. It is close but not completely there. Still this is very tasty. You do not want large servings ( apprx 1/2 cup serving) - it is very filling and intended to be served as a side dish. I like to have tomatoes and lettuce along with it or any other green salad.

    Recipe #409752

    You can roast more than one color of beets, such as golden and red at the same time. Just remember to wrap each color individually in foil to prevent them from bleeding into each other. From Canadian Living Magazine.

    Recipe #383172

    This is a classic Algerian 'salad' dish. You can either grill the tomatoes & peppers over an open flame, deep fry them or roast them. My family loves this recipe & we always mop it up with fresh bread! You can also serve this as part of a mezze selection. The vinegar is of course optional but it acts as a flavour enhancer so I do recommend at least trying a little of the salad with a few drops of vinegar on!

    Recipe #387393

    I got this recipe from The New American Heart Association Cookbook. Low fat, low calories, great taste...what's not to love! I usually add more cheese. Refrigerate the tomatoes for at least an hour before serving to let them soak in all that wonderful dressing!

    Recipe #249757

    Tomato Salad

    Recipe #430

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    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...

    Recipe #376972

    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.

    Recipe #304352

    8 Reviews |  By Harry J

    VERY simple starter. Requires only simple ingredients. I'm a kid, and I can do it.

    Recipe #21744

    This recipe can be made in a snap. Add chicken to it or leave it out, it is great both ways.

    Recipe #323333

    This is an unusual salad but very tasty.

    Recipe #157116

    Not sure about the serving size on this recipe because I have not made it yet and it does not tell you. I would guess about 4.

    Recipe #24559

    We like this salad, I usually don't add the radishes as we don't care for them.

    Recipe #84784

    Everyone looks forward to lunch. The energy supplied by the food prevents the mid-afternoon droops. And, the mental and social break revives the enthusiam for the rest of the day's activities. Lunch can also provide some fun for the chef. This is the time to improvise with leftovers stowed in the 'fridge, with glorious salad ingredients, and with all kinds of quick and packaged breads. This colorful Chilled Shrimp and Fruit Curry could also be a refreshing supper entree on a hot summer day. Serve it with toasted French bread if you don't feel like baking. Serve with a crisp chocolate wafer or vanilla cookie with coffee ice cream and a splash of Kahlua for dessert.

    Recipe #231421

    Courtesy of Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #215849

    An excellent salad to go with a Russian Barbeque! For a crunchier salad, serve it soon after adding the dressing; for a more piquant flavor, make it the day before to allow the green beans to soak up the flavors of the garlic, vinegar, and walnut .

    Recipe #227450

    This is another great salad for a Russian Barbeque, but get the ripest and meatiest tomatoes. Use the opal basil, if at all possible.

    Recipe #227489

    7 Reviews |  By VickyJ

    This is a great favorite of mine. I love spicy food, and that is where the jalapeno comes in.

    Recipe #111781

    I consider this the world's best coleslaw. This is from the first Barefoot Contessa Cookbook. It allegedly serves 8-10 but I find that half the recipe serves that many. It is wonderful as soon as made and better after the flavors have melded. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #205700

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