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Salad Success

By Tom Britton, June 3, 2008  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Tom Britton
Successful salads are healthy salads. Tune in to hear our salad wizard, Alana Sugar, give us the scoop on how to create salads that sing with health and flavor.
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Beryl says ...
My favorite salad dressing is: 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil, juice of one lemon; 2 cloves of garlic pressed through a garlic press and pinch of salt. I place all ingredients into a jar that has a lid. Shake. Then I toss this dressing on spinach. The Flipping Spinach salad.
06/05/2008 3:58:02 PM CDT
Kathy H says ...
Interesting to hear the mix of greens recommended. Also enjoyed the dressing, though it seems heavy on the oil. I prefer the one written by Beryl on June 5th. Flavorful and less fat.
06/05/2008 8:16:04 PM CDT
SOLONDIVA says ...
Thanks, the salad dresssing sounds really good. The cabbage suggestion was interesting...I'll try it.
06/06/2008 3:49:03 PM CDT
ndorsett says ...
I live in the Bahamas and my best friends grandmother makes jams from the native fruits we grow here. My friend frequently uses the jam to make salad dressings. She says that any type of jam is appropriate for this recipe: 2 tablespoons of jam, 2 tablespoons of vinegar, 1 cup olive oil, and salt & pepper to taste. She also includes other seasonings depending on the jam she uses. For example, when she uses seagrape jam she includes basil. I guess you can experiment with different tastes!
06/09/2008 7:10:12 PM CDT
FatFreeMe says ...
Thanks. Really digging the salad dressing ideas. Can't wait to try them.
04/09/2009 2:04:26 PM CDT