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    You may want to make a double batch of this salad. There won't be any left!!

    Recipe #10481

    This is always a HIT with guests. I make this everytime we have a get together and the bowl is always left empty!!

    Recipe #10733

    This came as a request from a friend for her birthday after she came back from Greece. I don't normally like oregano but i like a little on these.

    Recipe #240158

    Make this to accompany a cookout,a barbecue, or a covered-dish dinner. It is appealing and simple to prepare.

    Recipe #46958

    Great to take on a picnic or to a pot luck or to have in the comfort of your own home!

    Recipe #42630

    Drizzling sweet pickle juice over the warm potaotes is the secret to this delicious salad. It is a keeper in my book!!! I usually double the reicpe The original I dont think makes 6/8 servings. Im posting the original size

    Recipe #179105

    From Woman's World August 2004

    Recipe #98351

    Found this in my local newspaper. It is from Barbara Roll, a professor of nutrition sciences at Penn State University and cookbook author. I especially like the crispiness you get from soaking the cabbage in ice water. No mayonnaise, so it is lower in calories!

    Recipe #108292

    I love broccoli salads and with the addition of cashews, this is lovely! Adapted from Cooks.com.

    Recipe #167175

    This savory salad has outstanding flavor combinations! A gal I worked with, Jean, would bring this for our pot lucks and there was never enough to go around. My husband Jeff added his name to the title (he actually leaves Jean's name out) and everyone at his work thinks he created this treasure. It is always a big hit at his work Christmas parties. I NEVER mix the dressing in until just before serving - keeping them in seperate containers ensures this salad will be at its best!

    Recipe #87711

    This is something I threw together with things I found in the fridge. It's a nice lunch, or "lite" dinner salad. Serve with crusty wheat rolls and a glass of chabli.

    Recipe #30439

    2 Reviews |  By m f

    I just made this noodle salad this weekend for a cookout. It is fast and easy to make.

    Recipe #98769

    Here is a simple but good apple salad recipe

    Recipe #3572

    I first had this when I moved south and loved it. It is a great salad to take to a picnic or pot luck dinner. Even the kids will like it!

    Recipe #20989

    My husband first had this in the hospital. All he could tell me was, it had carrots, raisins and pineapple. Here is what we ended up with after several trys.

    Recipe #90702

    5 Reviews |  By chia

    Light and refreshing, this recipe from Frank Stitt--goes well with any BBQ.

    Recipe #64514

    From Company's Coming Garden Greens. We are so blessed here in Oregon with an abundance of hazelnuts (filberts). Orange and hazelnuts together make a fantastic combination.

    Recipe #162340

    This is my own macaroni salad. I did not get it from my mother or my grandmother and I did not get it out of a book or off the internet. It is not Amish, Cajun, Mexican or any other description of the various macaroni salads that are posted on the internet. It is my own made up salad. It is designed after my own recipe #20155 that I have posted on Recipezaar (with 121 high reviews, thank you very much to those that have tried it). The dressing is mostly the same, but there are a few other ingredients in this salad that is not in my potato salad. I hope some of you will enjoy it as much as you did the other.

    Recipe #123107

    Sounds odd...But tastes quite good

    Recipe #129398

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