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    this is great on a spinach salad

    Recipe #354800

    From the Garden of Vegan. Just do what the title tells ya! :)

    Recipe #463413

    Years ago, my German step-Grandmother gave me a book of German cooking. This is from that book, which was published in 1969. "Light" in this case has managed to hold up for 40 odd years. I changed the original recipe to include veggie stock instead of chicken, and added some fresh chives to the finished salad for a little extra colour. Update: After making it for the first time, I found there was far too much salt put in at a time when there is no going I adjusted that down. Also adjusted down the amount of olive oil (orig called for 1/3 cup), and added some additional directions regarding the potatoes.

    Recipe #425291

    This recipe originally came from "Recipes and Recollections from Terrace Hill", but no author was noted. I've adjusted the amounts of ingredients to suit my tastes.

    Recipe #451013

    Simple and tasty, great for a picnic. Prepare early, so that the salad can chill several hours before serving (chilling not included in prep time). For a healthier version, use 1/2 the oil and substitute Truvia for sugar.

    Recipe #440323

    This is a coleslaw to die for. It is both sweet and tangy. The best part is that you can keep it in the refrigerator for 14 days! I'm posting here for safe-keeping...too good to get lost!!!

    Recipe #254702

    From the Dinosaur BBQ cookbook

    Recipe #231672

    Tastes just as good as a dip as it does on salads

    Recipe #16234

    GREAT SIDE DISH FOR SUSHI LOVERS! low fat, low calorie salad that goes with anything. try it out you will be bound to fall in love with it.

    Recipe #59172

    I'm starting to run out of recipe names...Oh No! Not Another Salad Recipe adapted from

    Recipe #388037

    SO flavorful and delicious!

    Recipe #251865

    I was surprised at the few recipes for Crab Louis Salad on 'Zaar, and so I am posting the one I have been making for twenty years. From Joy of Cooking copyright 1964

    Recipe #158383

    This salad was served at a soccer party down the Cape. It was given to me by a fellow soccer mom, Jane Cox.

    Recipe #219210

    The strawberries marinated in balsamic are delicious! Everyday Foods, May '03

    Recipe #253949

    "When we get there, we'll order up a big salad in a wooden bowl, with basil and spinach and fennel and cilantro and radicchio, and we'll have it with olive oil and vinegar and pepper and garlic."- Book of Guys by Garrison Keillor, Chapter 6, page 138. A funny passage among many funny passages found in Keillor's book published in 1993. Thus begins my odyssey to bring this salad to life- as in life imitating art. Use the freshest ingredients you can find and elaborate on this recipe to your heart's content. Wouldn't fresh parmesan be good in this? Red onion?

    Recipe #123391

    The salad cream that most of us in the UK know, love and use was invented by Heinz in 1914 and was very popular with working classes; a truly socialist salad dressing if you will. However, its popularity waned in the latter part of the century, with the arrival of the decadent mayonnaise, flaunting its Continental French and Spanish roots and pushing the humble salad cream to one side. However, like any good socialist, salad cream would not go away and still remains a firm favourite in the UK with people who have refused to climb that social ladder to mayonnaise!! My recipe for homemade salad cream comes from Mrs Beeton's cookbook originally, but I have made some modifications. Mrs Beeton uses quite a lot of vinegar in my humble opinion, but the recipe is flexible so add more if you wish. I prefer salad cream when I am trying to cut back on fat - plus I rather like it's tangy flavour, and it is truly wonderful when spooned over hard boiled eggs or fresh lettuce leaves. Or, try it in sandwiches and dips, for a lighter taste to mayonnaise.

    Recipe #359598

    A popular traditional Italian salad. Goes together really fast and tastes fantastic. NOTE: Balsamic vinegar can be substituted for the white grape vinegar.

    Recipe #289599

    A few years ago I wanted to make the flavors of a classic pizza, but make a salad. All I found was a salad on top of a pizza crust which was fun,but very hard to eat. Tortillas were more Mexican to me; and, I didn't want pasta. So this was my version and I love it. The best part is you can really use any ingredients you want. I happen to love the pepperoni, ham, red pepper just for some color and olives, but throw in some mushrooms or green peppers if you want - there is no exact recipe for this. Two notes: The tomato dressing is a key ingredient; as is the marinated mozzarella. It definitely doesn't take long and adds great flavor to this salad.

    Recipe #416475

    Savory, fresh summer salad. Great for dinner parties. From Jocelyn

    Recipe #414269

    11 Reviews |  By PanNan

    The delicious yogurt dressing in this recipe is flavored with mint, and the salad goes very well served with a spicy meal. It was adapted from a recipe in a Fine Cooking publication. Note: the dressing requires chill time. Be sure to make the salad ahead of time. The chill time is not included in the preparation or cooking time listed.

    Recipe #141443

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