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    From Sundays at Moosewood. This is a nice refreshing side salad. It's great for summer...no cooking!

    Recipe #182185

    I love hearts of palm so I made up a salad. Hearts of Palm are usually packed in salted water so this recipe is for ones packed in salted water.

    Recipe #298327

    This makes a refreshing meal, served with a loaf of crusty french bread and good bottle of red wine; could also be used as a first course, in reduced quantities. I recommend using the finger-tip sized fresh mozzarella balls if you can find them. Which salad greens you use are up to you, but a combination half dark green leaf/half alfalfa sprouts seems to work particularly well, and is also quite attractive. I'd never eaten alfalfa sprouts before trying this recipe but was a quick convert to their clean, spicy flavor.

    Recipe #93603

    1 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    Goes great with Chicken and Noodles with Peanut Sauce. Also from Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #132562

    I got this from the Food Network, courtesy Tori Ritchie. Yum!

    Recipe #117109

    Terrific with anything grilled, this slaw is easy to prepare, as well as delicious and beautiful. It's great for summer barbecues.

    Recipe #61492

    An absolute "must" as an accompaniment to the Swedish Smorgasbord, this salad is very easy to make and is delicious with cold meats, fish, potatoes and open sandwiches.

    Recipe #235226

    We usually ate it for lunch on a Friday so that we wouldn't be too stuffed for the Shabbat meal. It's light and tasty especially with rye bread. Agreed, you have to like beetroots to enjoy the salad (and I do). Prep. time does not include chilling

    Recipe #104132

    A nice fresh, light spinach salad with a touch of dill. I formulated this recipe years ago as I grow some very tasty spinach and dill weed.

    Recipe #19531

    I found this recipe in Southern Living, haven't tried it yet. The original called for A LOT more (full fat) sour cream and mayonnaise, I've posted it with changes I would make. I hope it's good! I love dill!!

    Recipe #218369

    This is a delicious and refreshing summer salad. This can be made with canned corn also (I have done this in the off season) with tasty results! Adjust oil and vinegar mixture to your tastes.

    Recipe #162675

    One of the great pleasures of summer is the abundance of fresh vegetables. I had some leftover grilled corn and a few other fresh ingredients lying around, so I made this salad. I prefer the simple sweetness of the fresh vegetables in here, and raw onions don't sit well with my husband, but I bet a little onion and garlic would be great in this salad, so I added them as optional ingredients. I bet this would also be good topped with a little crumbled bacon or feta cheese.

    Recipe #68334

    3 of the greatest flavors in nature, together in one dish (Spend a few extra dollars on good olive oil, and you'll see what I mean). Can be served cold or room temperature. Great for picnics.

    Recipe #10757

    Summer in a side dish! This is a Dave Lieberman recipe that I adore. You can serve this any time of the year, but I think it's best during the summer. If you're looking for a delicious and different potato salad, this is it! **Added note - You may not need to add the entire amt. of dressing..do it to taste. I found some other reviews and suggestions at the Food Network site. If you want to check there, just type in the name of this recipe in the search box. Happy eating! :-)

    Recipe #241081

    A fun way to get kids eating a whole bunch of vegetables, without much cleaning up! I learned this recipe while I was eating mostly raw, but I wouldn't recommend this for children, so add in some of the optional extras.

    Recipe #233560

    7 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This is from a Chamber of Commerce cranberry cookbook put out by the local women of the Westport-Grayland area of the Washington coast, where cranberries are grown.

    Recipe #180929

    8 Reviews |  By katia

    A very refreshing salad that I saw on a TV show and I already made twice! Posted for WZT III.

    Recipe #229459

    2 Reviews |  By Molly53

    Not your everyday apple salad. From the Michigan Dutch chapter of the United States Regional cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #237283

    1 Reviews |  By Jess N

    This is a light summer salad that the family loves to eat!

    Recipe #250687

    This is from my recipe files. My notes say it is served for Kwanzaa.

    Recipe #251892

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