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Still trying to use our bountiful garden harvest -- this time plum tomatoes. This was refreshing and very complementary to our left-over London broil and mashed potatoes. I used a slice of Vidalia onion, since I had no red onion; celery seed - no celery, plus a spoon of feta. Looks like it should be even more flavorful tomorow. Chopped kalamatas and/or fresh shoots could be tasty. Thanks, GourmetGrad, for posting.

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NurseJaney August 24, 2008

This recipe has a delicious combination of flavors. The longer the salad sits, the more the flavors are intergrated. A very easy, tasty, and very eye appealing. The fresh parsley is a must! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I will use it again!

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Miss Annie August 10, 2008

Quick. Easy. Could use a can of black olives. Nothing fancy. I used dried parsley. Fresh would have kept it less soggy or "absorbed liquid looking". Good. I'd make it again for lunch in a pinch. Hubby didn't like it, though.

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Food Snob in Israel August 05, 2007
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