Archive | Salads

Sweet Teriyaki Glazed Bok Choy flecked with toasted sesame seeds is a super simple side dish sure to steal the show...

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These California Avocado Lettuce Wraps are so sunny California you’ll feel like you need a little extra SPF while enjoying them...

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The Potatotally Awesome Salad is Roasted Red Idaho Potatoes, peppery arugula cranberries, candied pecans and blue cheese crumbles in a Balsamic...

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Russ Parsons’ Zucchini Raft Recipe - averagebetty.com

Russ Parsons, Food Editor in Chief of Los Angeles Times, shares his recipe for Woven Zucchini Rafts, a fresh celebration of seasonal summertime...

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Caprese Bites - averagebetty.com

Caprese Bites are an easy and crowd pleasing appetizer even your sister-in-law will love. How do I know? Because my sister-in-law created this little...

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Steakhouse Pasta Salad Recipe

Picnic season is too short to make a Pasta Salad that looks and tastes like an afterthought. This Steakhouse Pasta Salad tossed with Dreamfield’s...

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Lemon Vinaigrette Recipe

There's a little gastropub in town that inspired this simple Lemon Vinaigrette Recipe, because you can't go out to dinner every night...

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This Sesame Ginger Dressing is great as a marinade or salad dressing. Try my Sesame Ginger Grilled Carrots, or experiment with Spring’s bounty of...

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Apple Onion Sauerkraut Recipe

Attention sauerkraut purists: Pay no attention to the Quick Sauerkraut Recipe which is to follow. Heck, for arguments sake, let's call this...

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This Fake Caesar Salad Dressing Recipe requires no raw or coddled egg and no anchovies, so it’s a great knock-off to have in your repertoire...

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Balsamic Salad Dressing is my go-to salad dressing. I love it simply tossed with fresh spinach and a little Parmesan Cheese. Not only is homemade...

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Sometimes called Heart of Lettuce, the Classic Wedge Salad dates back to 1916. And when you think about recipes from this time frame, I think...

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