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This was delicious and relatively easy to make. My family loves garlic, so I minced a large clove of garlic and added it to the oil before heating.

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Sharon6 September 04, 2002

A winner! The salad was great as is. Chopped the stems and a small onion and sauteed in some bacon fat and olive oil. Added a fresh baked baguette, and it was a bistro meal.

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Beach_lover_58 July 03, 2010

Loved this! Left the bacon drippings in like Dustbunni and subbed garlic powder for the chopped garlic. Served with French Tart's Bread in a Crock for an amazing lunch!

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Burgundy Damsel June 24, 2010

Wonderful! I added some bacon drippings to the oil to make almost a 1/3 cup of oil. Garlic clove was minced and stirred into the hot bacon drippings for about a minute. I garnished each of two plates with hard cooked egg slices. I served this lovely salad with mozzarella garlic toast. Nice meal. I think this would be equally nice with spinach. A delicious way to enjoy the Swiss Chard from my garden. Thanks.

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Dustbunni November 09, 2009

Enjoyed immensely!! Delicious tang provided by the red wine vinegar, used an equal amount of oil, 3 eggs, 5 slices bacon, and added garlic to the dressing before heating, instead of marinating it in the oil. This salad fed 3 of us as a main course with garlic buns. Don't overlook this salad, it's good!

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woodland hues July 15, 2004
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