Salads

Salads combine many different ingredients and can include so much more than lettuce. Try blending fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, legumes, or even grains into your salad. Think boldly when you make your next salad! Salad can also serve as a main course and is a good choice for adding healthy ingredients to your diet.

Thai Style Vegetable Salad

Sometimes you just want a light salad that is easy to make and goes well with something ...
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green beans and portabello mushroom salad

Summer Green Beans and Portabello Mushroom Salad with Orange Balsamic Dressing

As summer takes hold and the warm evenings start to outnumber the cool ones, it's nice to ...
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Watermelon, Black Bean and Tomato Salad

Earlier this year I started thinking about watermelon salads.  Watermelons started appearing in the grocery stores about ...
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Japanese-Style Cabbage Slaw

Cabbage often gets a bad rap as a vegetable to avoid. It causes gastrointestinal distress in some ...
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Harvest Farro Salad

Harvest Farro Salad with Lemon Dressing

  Whole grains are an important part of a healthy diet and research shows that most Americans ...
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russian summer salad soup

Russian Summer Salad Soup

This Russian Summer Salad Soup is another delicious recipe from my friend Nataliia. It makes a nice ...
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harissa tuna

Harissa Tuna Salad

Salads are a great choice for a quick light meal. You can often make them in advance ...
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black bean and corn salad

Black Bean and Corn Salad

Happy Cinco de Mayo! This holiday is a recognition of the Mexican army's victory over France in ...
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grilled romaine caesar salad

Grilled Romaine "No Egg" Caesar Salad

It seems like everyone loves Caesar Salad.  The classic dressing is made with raw eggs and contains ...
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Beet and Citrus Salad

Beet and Citrus Salad

Beets are one of those foods that I almost never ate as a child.  I don’t know ...
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Barbara Spalding RDN Culinary Dietitian

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Barbara Spalding MS, RDN, Culinary Dietitian

As a dietitian and world traveler, I love bold flavors — in food and in life. 14 years ago, I fell down the rabbit hole into Breast Cancer Wonderland. Since then, I’ve learned to cook differently while savoring the pleasures of food and companionship. I’ve built a resilient new life and a bold new kitchen. Let me show you the flavors of the world.
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