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Featured Tag: Salads

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katieatthekitchendoor 5 years ago
foodytwoshoes

Pear and Kale Salad with Blue Cheese and Walnuts

Hello foody friends, life has somewhat been on the hectic side of late and although that never effects my interest in food, I’ve been a bit remiss in putting stuff on the blog. To add to this, a few weeks ago I came home from a trip to find that my enthusiastic, pre-teen, blogging daughters had done something to rub the camera up the wrong way and it went on strike. I seem to have now managed to put a work-around in place until I can bring myself to fork out for a new one – I’m told it’s not worth having…

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6 years ago
bakersbicoastal 6 years ago
SoHungryBlog 6 years ago
kellieanderson 6 years ago
heather

Peach & Basil Barley Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

I’ve learned it’s not always easy to eat well in a distracted or stressful environment. In fact, such conditions can, and usually do, impact normal eating patterns substantially…In overcoming the obstacles, I am provided with the opportunity to hone a coping method: Make sure a nutritious, delicious meal finds its way to the table. Often these meals are quickly prepared or thrown together last second, but they are always good tasting, good for us and dripping with love. Most of the time, the meals are re-purposed leftovers or riffs on a previous recipes.

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6 years ago
eatlovedrink

Corn, Cucumber and Tomato Salad

It’s high time for a salad post to balance out the booze and baked goods. Especially since it’s that corn and tomato time of year. So, here’s a simple salad I made the other day for a friend. Mid-bite she said, “See, this is the kind of stuff you should be putting on your blog! It’s so easy.” Or something like that. I agree.

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6 years ago
jdubs

Lady Marmalade Chicken Salad

I saw this recipe in the Food Network Magazine and had immediately wanted to try it; the idea of roasting a chicken in an orange marmalade sounded delicious! The chicken is then tossed into a salad of green apples, red grapes, shallots, Greek yogurt, cashews, and a bit of curry and cumin seasoning This combination reminds me of my favorite Cos Signature Salad, which is basically greens with red grapes, green apple, Gorgonzola cheese, pistachios and a shallot dressing…

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6 years ago
bcoberly 6 years ago
glutenfreezen

Gluten Free Croutons

Croutons. Might seem like a simple little thing to most people but to the gluten-intolerant even the little things can sometimes be a big thorn in their side. There are so many things people with gluten intolerance think they have to live without. Well, I’m here to prove them wrong. I hear it all the time…the whining, the complaining, the “poor me” attitude, even the tears. I do feel for them at first, but if I run into someone who is gluten sensitive or has Celiac’s and it’s been a year or more…

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6 years ago