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This cole slaw has a piquant, earthy flavor from the wasabi powder. Add roasted pork or tofu to make a complete meal. Adapted from a recipe by David Lebovitz at his blog. http://bit.ly/nsy3ud

Recipe #460132

A slightly tangy variation on a traditional cranberry sauce. Great with turkey or ham! From Better Homes & Gardens.

Recipe #146139

Found by Chef #58786 at www.thriftyfun.com for a recipe request. It sounded to good to ignore! Make in advance so that the gelatin can set. Can you imagine this with a cream cheese layer? Yum!

Recipe #337594

From Nancy's sister's book

Recipe #452006

Sweet chicken salad with grapes, celery, and delicious curry. If you prefer a more savory version, leave out the sugar and consider using mayo instead of Miracle Whip.

Recipe #128567

I've used this at potlucks and dinner parties. It serves 12 people, so feel free to adjust to your needs. The dressing shouldn't be added until just before serving. Prep time includes the sitting time for the dressing!

Recipe #343170

A real recipe from EatZi's a wonderful carry out gourmet market. I found the recipe online eat eveningedge.com (was actually searching for a recipe for their Carrot Dressing without success). Per the website, "Executive chef Ford Fry, who came to EatZi's via the Ritz-Carlton in Aspen, Colo., says this is one of the most popular dishes at EatZi's, which specializes in salads, pastries and breads, all prepared on site. "The secret to its success is in the citrus dressing, " Fry said. "It's really light and doesn't absorb a lot of oil like other pasta salads."

Recipe #454179

My friend, Lan, who is Vietnamese, showed me how to make these delicious and healthy spring rolls. These are served cold and are NOT fried. They do require some skill to roll - unless you've made these before, you may want to have extra rice papers on hand in case you tear some! It is crucial to use only fresh herbs etc. in this dish, however you can use any cooked meat or fish combo that you prefer. Vegetarians may omit meat altogether. The prep time given is how long it should take - but first timers may find it takes longer to roll.

Recipe #20445

I am going to make this with chicken instead of the pork. I found this on the web.

Recipe #282576

Modified from 1978 Creative Yogurt Cooking.

Recipe #452138

A new fig recipe for this year! Similar to my Recipe #250866 but with blue cheese and a honey drizzle dressing. I like to tuck a few fig leaves amongst the salad for colour........but please do wipe them first! Serve these figs with crusty bread, some mixed herb and salad leaves.......and a glass of chilled wine. Quantities for figs depend on the size; allow one or two large figs per person or, between three and six for medium to small figs.This makes a fabulous dinner party starter, or a light salad for lunch..........I sometimes serve this for the cheese course too, for something a little different.

Recipe #389016

Recipe #179768

I love anything Thai and this is a great side salad. From "Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay Episode: Tropical Grilling

Recipe #286558

This fun and flavorful salsa is a tasty twist on an old favorite! Serve it up on its own, with cold fish tacos, as a cold appetizer or with a salad...the possibilities are endless!

Recipe #462047

Lovely and delicious main dish salad.

Recipe #81696

This is a dark red fish. Most people throw them back. Now I know why. But you can always use any fish you want to for the fish tacos.

Recipe #465434

I found this recipe in the newspaper 30 years ago. It was so unusual that I had to try it. I've been making it ever since. Don't skip the butter on the buns!

Recipe #298344

Recipe #44620

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