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Category Archives: Salads
As #RecipeMakeover week continues; this week favorite dishes made healthier are being presented by over 40 food bloggers from around the world. This recipe for Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing is a way to make even a salad healthier for you.
Coming in the form of the Classic Tuna Melt, this is my recipe for Tuna Salad. Spring and its warm weather is upon us, so it’s time to break out those cold sandwich salads.
The first sign of spring is always teeny, tiny, baby asparagus; what better way to showcase it than in a salad topped with a creamy poached egg, shaved Parmesan cheese and a zesty lemon vinaigrette?
Top your favorite salad, fruit, or slaw with this recipe for Creamy Poppy Seed Dressing, done two ways: Traditional Mayonnaise and Greek Yogurt; both sweetened with honey.
Whole grains, nuts, fruits and vegetables all come together in today’s recipe for Wheatberry (wheat berry) Wild Rice Salad. With the perfect mix of savory and sweet, this protein and high-fiber salad is excellent for Meatless Monday.
Inspired by the flavors of the Southwest, this Egg Salad recipe isn’t your momma’s egg salad; instead it’s a new twist on a classic summer salad. Refreshing with a bit of zing, you should try my newest brainstorm.
This is an updated Pimento Cheese recipe. It’s not drastically different, but I have combined elements of my regular Pimento Cheese and my Jalapeno Pimento Cheese to come up with new method for a super-creamy cheese spread with a delightful flavor.
Since Brussels Sprouts are in a cabbage family, I decided to use them raw in this recipe for Shaved Brussels Sprout Asian Slaw. Combined with thinly sliced sweet bell peppers, green onions, toasted almonds and chow mien noodles, the shaved … Continue reading
This recipe for Kale, Couscous and Strawberry Salad is as simple to prepare as it is delicious to eat! Since Spring is officially here, and since a friend shared some kale from another friend’s garden…and since I found some gorgeous … Continue reading
This recipe for wild rice is wonderful served hot, great at room temperature, and is an amazing cold salad; since it’s so versatile, it’s perfect for holiday entertaining.