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This bread, tomato, and cucumber salad is a perfect expression of a summer garden in a bowl.
Eating the bowl your salad comes in adds a Willy Wonka level of fun to this easy, elegant...
These recipes come from New England culinary legend Hiroshi Hayashi. For many years he owned wildly...
Shredded raw parsnips are marinated in an orange-and-rum flavored dressing, then blended with sour ...
WHEN THE AIR is crisp and the leaves begin to turn, leafy greens come into their prime. I like to...
Pale pink and green on gold, this summery special is as pretty as it is delicious. Fast, too, ready...
Chilled pea pods and shrimp combine to create a memorable summer salad. Serve for luncheon or a...
Tired of the same old slaws and salads? Treat your family and friends to this new twist on an old...
A good dressing for the not-so-slim. But non-dieters like it, too.
Add some crusty bread or whole grain crackers and you’ve got a complete meal with this deliciously...
QUINOA (pronounced KEEN-wa) is wheat and gluten free! A complete protein found in the bulk...
Fennel provides a faintly sweet counterpoint to the bitter flavor of radicchio.
Broiling the goat cheese atop a toasted crouton makes this popular salad more manageable to eat....
Broiling the goat cheese atop a toasted crouton makes this popular salad more manageable to eat....
A curry meal almost begs for the contrast of a cool refreshing dish. This raita serves that need...
Bright green rapini and pink shrimp combine to create this beautiful warm pasta salad. Serve as a...
Serve this with fried chicken or cold baked ham.
Full of “goodies,” this easy salad does not require dressing. Great for buffets. Do not use fresh...
Lightly cooked slices of rhubarb are spooned atop spinach leaves and veiled with a warm sweet-and-...
Sonya's sister, Rita Speranza, is a chef at Wild Oats Natural Marketplace in West Hartford,...
I’ve enjoyed a similar salad at supernova chef Thomas Keller’s New York bakery, Bouchon. The sweet...
Our testers loved this low-fat alternative to the traditional potato salad. Besides being easy to...
You can make this flavorful salad with simple ingredients. For seven other awesome salads, click ...
Which greens you use and what you add or omit are optional and can change from day to day, season...
These familiar ingredients are Jacques’ easy take on a classic Caesar salad.
Handy to have on hand when you need to make a dressing in a hurry.
This recipe comes from our editor-in-chief’s wife, Sally.  She wanted to introduce grains into the...
At most parties, the cocktail glasses contain gin or vodka and vermouth–but Lisa likes to fill hers...
A refreshing and attractive luncheon dish. Especially good served with tomato and cucumber slices,...
Out of this world! The green of the peas and fresh herbs combined with the red pimiento make this a...
From: The Recipe Page Newsletter - 9/7/97
Refreshing and satisfying fare with a touch of luxury. Serve it with jellied madrilene for the soup...
Colorful, crunchy summertime salad.
Just as it was written in Newfane, Vt., more than 100 years ago.
We had this recently at a Church lunch, it was yum! She topped it with raspberry vinaigrette, but...
A nice change for a summer luncheon or buffet table, this ring may be filled with any cold food...
Our favorite salad and our very favorite way to enjoy spinach. But then, we’re partial to the stuff...
A good hearty luncheon salad.
This salad, contributed by Donald Bruce White, was served on the old S. S. Princess Louise that...
Not your usual spinach salad, but a winning combination of strawberries and spinach tossed with a...
Adapted from Evan Mallett: Black Trumpet, 29 Ceres St., Portsmouth, NH. 603-431-0887;...
In a “German-style” potato salad like this recipe, you use vinaigrette instead of mayonnaise for...
Elsie Maxwell always has a carafe of strawberry vinegar on her counter, ready for action.
Elsie always has a carafe of strawberry vinegar on her counter, ready for action. (For seven other...
Courtesy of Verrill Farm.

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