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This is a really great recipe if you like the combination of sweet and savory. The dressing and the oranges are sweet, while the olives are salty. The use of fresh parsley really makes the dish "pop". This would taste good no matter what flavor vinegar you used or which olives. Made for ZWT #5.

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threeovens May 17, 2009

I made this recipe so I could snag a photo for my teammate, Studentchef, who had camera trouble when she made it. I was a little skeptical about oranges and olives together, but volunteered to take the photo for her. Wow, am I ever glad I did! The orange and olive meld together into a flavor that's hard to describe, but somehow not at all like an olive or an orange. It is just like heaven, however. This is going into my regular lunch rotation. Made for Dining Daredevils for ZWT V.

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EmmyDuckie May 14, 2009

Reviewing for Zaar World Tour 5. This is a great recipe, and has alot of my favourite ingredients, which are oranges, almonds, parsley, and green olives. The sherry wine vinegar that I used is really nice, and adding the honey is awesome. Essentially, you can't go wrong with this recipe.

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Studentchef May 12, 2009

This is one of the most interesting and yummy salads I've ever tasted! I used Vidalia onion instead of red onion, but no other changes were made. All the ingredents, though quite different, go very well together. The slightly tangy dressing with the almonds really ties it all together. Thanx for sharing.

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*Parsley* May 11, 2009
Layered Orange Salad