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    This simple dressing beats store bought. My aunt serves this on a salad of spinach, strawberries and thinly sliced red onions.

    Recipe #464982

    29 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    I started with a 'Top Secret Recipes' recipe (thank you, TWoolfe) and made two changes suggested by a contributor to TSR. This is my favorite homemade coleslaw of this type! (Cook time listed is actually time for refrigeration.)

    Recipe #45691

    6 Reviews |  By lizeroo

    For those who haven't tasted this type of salad, I highly recommend it! Sounds a little odd if you're not used to fruit in a green salad, but it's absolutely delicious. Recipe from Edmonton Journal paper.

    Recipe #67941

    What a delicious slaw this is, and just a little differnt than the usual, something to really be enjoyed - Yhis is a recipe from Paula Deen -

    Recipe #345686

    1 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    "From the Brown Derby Cookbook..." is where the newspaper said it came from. I haven't tried this yet, but I intend to. Maybe one of the more experienced Chef's here can explain to me why a mixture of oils instead of just one oil is beneficial. I was looking for a Cobb Salad Dressing recipe when I found this one. The paper said Brown Derby used this dressing on their Cobb Salad. I'm interested to try it because I'm always looking for good homemade salad dressings. Keeping my fingers crossed that it's a good one!!!

    Recipe #39003

    This salad is quick to put together and goes with just about everything.

    Recipe #95020


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