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  • Radish and Asparagus Wild Rice Salad

    Grilled veggies add depth to this herb-y wild rice salad. Serve this as a side at your next cookout, or as a simple main dish on a weeknight.

  • Chicken Chipotle Pasta Salad

    Loaded with fresh vegetables, tender chicken, crispy bacon and a creamy chipotle lime yogurt dressing – this easy to make pasta salad will become a new favorite at outdoor gatherings all summer long.

  • Baby Kale Salad with Peach Tea and Sesame Dressing

    This lovely salad is as delicious as it is good for you. The peach tea dressing is just fruity enough to stand up to the kale without overwhelming it. And we love this dressing that delivers such great flavor with so little oil!

  • Butter Lettuce and Herb Salad

    Delicate butter lettuce leaves are tossed with fresh herbs and a light lemon juice and olive oil dressing. Flavorful, simple, delicious.

  • Pastrami Chopped Salad

    All the great flavor of a pastrami sandwich, deconstructed into a salad –fuggetaboutit!

  • Classic Chicken Salad

    Perfect to pack for lunches or to serve on a buffet table at a warm weather gathering, this classic salad is also a wonderful use for leftover (skinless) chicken.

  • Mexican Caesar Salad

    Fast, easy and fake! The unique dressing is best when made a day in advance - simply shake it up in an empty jar and toss with romaine, spring mix or your favorite salad green.

  • Wilted Spinach Salad

    West Coast Wilted Spinach has a sharp and savory tang that complements almost any meal.

  • Mediterranean Mixed Bean Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes and Herbs

    There is nothing like summer tomato salads to give “fresh” a new meaning. You can choose just one bean or a mixture, which looks attractive, to mix with colorful heirloom tomatoes. If you don’t want to cook beans from scratch, then use rinsed canned beans instead but the best flavor and texture come from cooking the beans yourself. The ingredients are highly flexible so have fun with this.

  • Classic Italian Vinaigrette

    Salad dressings are sort of personal. Some of us like them tangy, some not. So shake, taste, and add more vinegar or olive oil to your liking.

  • Dijon-Tarragon Vinaigrette

    Salad dressings are sort of personal. Some of us like them tangy, some not. So shake, taste, and add more vinegar or oil to your liking. For this dressing, try fines herbs in place of tarragon.

  • Bistro Salad with Poached Egg and Shallot-Chive Vinaigrette

    The beauty of this classic bistro salad is the way the poached egg yolk oozes over the greens, cloaking them with rich flavor. Lardons, the bits of chopped slab bacon, provide a salty, meaty contrast. If you can’t find slab bacon, substitute 8 slices of ordinary bacon.