A sweet and sour salad perfect for summer evenings. This dish is even better the next day!
A sweet, light, mayo-free coleslaw.
This vinegar-based slaw is an easy way to start a meal. Very refreshing in the summer! Pairs great with fish, dishes with avocado, and Central and South American dishes. Try apple cider vinegar or white vinegar for variations in flavor. Can be served immediately or marinated in the refrigerator overnight for a more pickled taste.
A crisp batch of French salad herb mix — great with dressings, savory toppings, meats, and cheeses.
Enjoy this crunchy variation of coleslaw with green pepper and celery in a tangy-sweet cider vinegar dressing made with a sugar substitute.
A bright, beautiful, and delicious fruit salad. This goes well with jerk chicken or another island meal.
This is a great summer or special occasion fruit salad. I don’t like the marshmallows or cream in fruit salad so this one rocks for me and reminds me of my momma. Sprinkle a little sugar on top if desired.
This is a crunchy vegi salad inspired by Trishie’s Chinese-Style Salad Dressing.
In this simple and quick salad. the sweetness of bananas is complemented by the tang of yogurt and a hint of mustard.
This is a crisp, fresh-vegetable salad with a simple oil-and-vinegar dressing.
This fruity salad is an ideal complement to pork.
I’ve used this recipe for many years varying the fruits that I include. I often add apples, bananas, and/or blueberries. Though there are specific measurements in the recipe, there is no need to carefully measure each ingredient – just approximate the quantities of your favorite fruits to have a beautiful and delicious salad. I have frequently served this Christmas morning.
A crisp and refreshing jicama salad, this salad goes really well with any Mexican or Asian dish.
Colorful springtime salad.
This quick and easy recipe is a great side dish to add to any meal. Great for meals that have a heavy/ big main dish but you want to serve a little something extra on the side. Can be made up to 1 day in advance! Add Old Bay® for a little extra spice (great if being served along side seafood).
This fruit salad is simple, colorful, refreshing, and a little tangy (due to the mandarin oranges), great to bring to potlucks and picnics. I served it at Easter supper this year to counteract all that candy. Shredded coconut can be sprinkled on top for a sweeter salad.
This favorite fruit salad couldn’t be easier. Use both red and white grapes for extra color, and top with whipped cream for a simple dessert.
A tropical twist on the Waldorf Salad! Turkey breast and pineapple are tossed with crisp celery, red bell pepper, and green onion, finished with a creamy curried mango dressing.
This is a fine vegetable salad to serve either at a luncheon or at home.
Ed didn’t want me sharing his recipe, but here it is! You won’t believe how simple it is – and its delicious!