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    Salads: Cool and Leafy

    [Cover photo by Rita L.] Leafy green salads of all kinds. My other salad cookbooks are Bean There, Done That, Loved It , Chicken Salad , Close the door—I'm dressing! , Cold from the Ocean , Cool and Fruity , Cool and Meaty , Cool and Stacked , Old King Cole Slaw , Pass da Pasta Salad Please , Potato Salad Roundup , Veggies-But-Not-Greens and Yukking ...er, Yolking It Up .
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    I love salads that can be made ahead of time. This particular salad looks nicer when the lettuce is shredded (taco style). You might also want to "eyeball" how much dressing to add. I typically don't use it all at once, and have enough dressing left over to make one more salad at a later date. It is from Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #276569

    I am not sure where I got this recipe from, I think one of my sisters. It is so good and crunchy, it is addictive.

    Recipe #222441

    Recipe courtesy of Rachael Ray. I saw her make this on an episode of 30 Minute Meals and it looked wonderful!

    Recipe #222466

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This recipe comes from Chef John Currence of the City Grocery Restaurant in Oxford, MS. The dressing for this salad has a wonderful flavor, but I found it too oily as written. I've left the recipe as he wrote it, but I now skip the 3 tablespoons of olive oil, and only add about 1/2 of the oil from the roasted garlic. The flavor is great.

    Recipe #219943

    This is my Grandmother's recipe. It's different but has a nice mix of flavors and textures. I'm sorry I don't have exact measurements for the salad.

    Recipe #202500

    Use real maple syrup for a salad that you will love! Adapted from The Essential Eating Well Cookbook.

    Recipe #196876

    192 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a REFRESHING, tangy Salad--low in fat. If you want it creamy and not so low in fat, just add 2 tablespoons mayonnaise. Be sure to slice the cucumbers and onions very very thin! Serve as salad or top open faced sandwiches with it!

    Recipe #51721

    This salad is so good! I always have to give out the recipe. I used unsweetened bottled pomegranate juice when pomegranates are not in season. Use any salad greens you like. You will really like this!

    Recipe #167804

    This is from Tyler Florence from a Swedish show he did. This is for the World Tour Contest! Simple to make! I can find dandelion greens in my grocery store.

    Recipe #136460

    This is a very simple salad that is great all year long, especially in winter when citrus fruits are in season. If you just want an quick salad, look no further. Source: Southern Living, January 1986.

    Recipe #136711

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Baby Greens topped with Mushrooms, Pine Nuts, Bacon, cheese and apples topped with Maple Dijon dressing.

    Recipe #121272

    This great old restaurant in Southern Ohio is gone now but their premiere recipe lives on! If you try this salad, you won't bother making any other one much again. I just wish that I could say that I invented it.

    Recipe #136181

    My own recipe which can be altered to suit availability of seasonal herbs & leaf veg. Have served this as a Salad course, vegetable course and, as a snack with crusty bread or a baked potato. Choose 4 or more leaf type to make a good handful.

    Recipe #190827

    Recipe #187376

    Adapted from a Gourmet Magazine recipe and tweaked quite a bit. The original called for a kind of chicory, a green I can't easily get and am not that fond of. I suggest that those who want a slightly bitter green use the chicory or escarole. I like it a lot with less bitter greens (sometimes I mix the romaine with mesclun or baby spring greens) and goat cheese packed in olive oil with basil leaves sold at the local farmer's market. If you can't get the oil-packed version (basil optional), blend the goat cheese with 1 Tbs olive oil.

    Recipe #186251

    This wonderfully varied, refreshing green salad can be strewn with whatever herbs and whatever lettuce are available.For this recipe you need Fresh Herbs.

    Recipe #175274

    From Delicious Living! Make a colorful splash for your next get-together! For quicker preparation, use a bag of organic mixed greens.

    Recipe #172878

    I am posting this for the Zaar World Tour. The Russian name for this recipe is Salat Iz Krasnoi I Beloi Rediski. Whew! Adapted from Woman's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery, Vol. 10.

    Recipe #169501

    This is my all-time most requested recipe! You will not believe it until you see it, even kids will gobble this up. I have served this to children and teenagers who say they hate salads, and then watch them eat 3 helpings of this! Try it, it will become your favorite, trust me!

    Recipe #76055

    This is a recipe of Racheal Ray's from 30-minute meals. She made it with Fake Baked Ziti (#118074) and provides a wonderful accopaniment.

    Recipe #127748

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