Love this salad - I've been making it since it came out in Eating Well. Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful salad! I used spelt berries instead of wheat, and had some raspberry balsamic vinegar on hand, which was perfect in this. Very light with great textures....I found it was sweet enough without hte agave, so I left it out. Thanks JB, another winner!
I made this recipe using strawberries instead of grapes because that is what I had on hand. It was a hit with my family. Thank-you!
Fantastic! Loved the taste of this salad. There is just so much to love about this salad. The chewy wheat berries, the way the pepper and honey play together (used the honey option mentioned in the description). Also loved the flavor from the raspberry vinegar. Another plus is that this can be made a day a head of time (made and tasted today, made for tomorrow's pot luck) and also that it can be served at room temp. Made as written using a granny smith apple instead of a Fuji as the Fuji's available were not very good. Will defiantly be making over and over.
This was my first Wheat Berry Salad and it was very, very good. I added the zest of the orange as well as the juice and it added a nice zing to the flavors. It does last a few days, which is nice since it makes a lot, so I was able to take it to work for lunch for a couple of days. My husband won't touch it--he's not a fan of wheat berries--so I may cut the recipe in half next time, but I will definitely be making this again.
Although I'm a absolute fan of the cranberry, I took your 'suggestion' & used dried cherries this time around & was very happy with the resulting, great tasting salad, even though another time I'll be trying it with cranberries! I was going to cut the recipe in half, just for the 2 of us, but since you'd indicated that is even better on day 2, I made the whole thing ~ It's even great tasting on day 3, too! A nice keeper of a recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my swapmates in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #33]