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    This is to die for. Tangy and tasty. Time does not include standing time

    Recipe #196788

    From Taste of Home Cooking for 2. Green peppers, fresh olives and lots of feta! Only two steps to an amazing looking salad. I have not made this yet but it sounds wonderful. Submitted for Zaar World Tour 2005

    Recipe #141368

    We like to serve this one as a nice dinner salad served on a bed of mixed greens! Cook time is actually chilling time, no cooking required, also makes a quick bean salad to bring to bbq's! Adapted from a WebMD article "The Part-Time Vegetarian"

    Recipe #299973

    This recipe came from a deli that I work at. It is a big seller and gets many customer requests. I often take it to potlucks and picnics.

    Recipe #14260

    This recipe is off a 3x5 card from Pfaltzfraff. Posting this for ZWT. Be sure to make your dressing for this salad a day ahead so that the herbs can enhance the flavor.

    Recipe #177263

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is different from most of these kinds of salads because it uses fresh peanuts instead of peanut butter.

    Recipe #13167

    This is a really pretty and tasty layered salad...great for covered dish events!

    Recipe #9265

    Adapted from Woman's Day magazine. I changed all of the ingredients to lower fat versions, but the original called for the full fat stuff, so by all means use whichever you prefer. Good way to use up a little leftover corn and chicken. If you prefer to not buy pre-bagged salad, just add a little shredded red cabbage,carrots, and sliced radishes to your favorite salad greens. You may also sub any type of cooked beans you prefer - chickpeas, kidney beans, black-eyed peas, etc. Shredded leftover pork or turkey would also be nice in this.

    Recipe #90442

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    You won't be sorry if you try this great coleslaw variation from FoodNation w/Bobby Flay courtesy of the Pillars Restaurant. I usually give new recipes a "trial run", but served this the 1st time at a dinner party because I wanted something that would be better made a day ahead. The original recipe served 30, but I amended it slightly & reduced the quantities to be more family & small dinner party friendly. I added the blue cheese just before serving & everyone loved it!

    Recipe #166022

    From Country Living This recipe has been tested by Country Living I found this recipe on www.redbookmag.com

    Recipe #281835

    Recipe #31466

    7 Reviews |  By Sage

    The original recipe is from Healthy Helpings by Norene Gilletz. It is creamy good and doesn't taste light.

    Recipe #298544

    This is the best chicken salad that I have ever made. The original recipe was from a Southern Living magazine. But I have changed a few things to suit my taste!

    Recipe #189196

    This was my grandmother Alice Carbo's recipe. It is for a versatile dressing that can be used for different types of salads. Just change the seasonings that you use in it (celery salt, prepared mustard, salt, pepper, dill, etc.).

    Recipe #177057

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is from The Amish Cook Recollections and Recipes from an Old Order Amish Family by Elizabeth Coblentz with Kevin Williams. It's posted in response to a recipe request. The Amish community this recipe represents is in Indiana, the Midwestern part of the U.S.

    Recipe #109340

    1 Reviews |  By Mercy

    This was my grandmother's recipe, passed down from her mother. The cooked dressing is so fantastic that it is hard to save some for the apple salad once you taste it. It is similar to a lightly sweetened lemon curd. Scrumptious! Grapes or raisins can be added also.

    Recipe #102618

    My daughter-in-law from my Husband's side gave me this recipe and I have used it with MUCH success at several "bring a side dish" parties. Everyone Always asks for the recipe, so I thought I would share it here as well. Simple and Scrumptious ! The following recipe is enough for a party, but you can always scale it down for your family.

    Recipe #101098

    This is an old timey salad that's still good today.

    Recipe #20109

    This is the best coleslaw! If you like blue cheese, you should try it. I "concocked" this recipe a few years ago and everyone requests I bring it to our family cookouts. It can easily be doubled to feed a larger group.

    Recipe #54655

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