Course: Salad

Coleslaw
American, Parve, Salad, Uncategorized, Vegetarian

Coleslaw

Ever wonder how Coleslaw got its name. According to Wikipedia: “The term “coleslaw” arose in the 18th century as an anglicisation of the Dutch term “koolsla” (“kool” in Dutch sounds like “cole”) meaning “cabbage salad”. The “cole” part of the word ultimately derives from the Latin caulis, meaning cabbage.” Whether […]

Heirloom Tomatoes and Peach Salad
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Heirloom Tomatoes and Peach Salad

Heirloom Tomatoes and Peach Salad made from nature’s multi colored heirloom tomatoes mixed with juicy ripe peaches and creamy avocado is a treat for the eyes and palate. Add a little fresh basil with a squeeze of fresh lemon and some olive oil and you have a spectacular Summer salad. […]

Cole Slaw with Lime Juice
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Cole Slaw with Lime Juice

I love using Napa Cabbage when I’m making this Cole Slaw with Lime Juice. The ruffled edges and pale green color of the cabbage looks so inviting. Of course, you can use regular green cabbage with no problem. This Cole Slaw with Lime Juice has no mayo. It’s crunchy with […]

Dressings & Sauces, French

Balsamic Vinaigrette

I love this Balsamic Vinaigrette because it has enough body to be a great dipping sauce for artichokes and is light enough to enhance every salad. It is also a terrific marinade for chicken or tofu. If you prefer a mustard flavor, click on the link for Mustard Vinaigrette. Prep […]

Israeli Salad
Featured, Israeli, Salad

Israeli Salad

This colorful, light salad that is seen in Israel on every breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet, has become so well known the world over; that is is simply called Israeli Salad. This salad goes with everything. From adding it to Falafel  to spreading it over Schnitzel, Israeli Salad adds color […]

Endive Salad
American, Salad, Uncategorized

Endive Salad

This Endive Salad is special because the endive is mixed with blood orange, avocado and chioggia beets. It is not just white but has both beautiful colors and contrasting textures.? When I saw the rainbow sweet Chioggia beets, I imagined them with juicy, mildly acidic blood red oranges, pale green […]

Cucumber Salad
Salad

Cucumber Salad

The secret to having Cucumber Salad taste like it just came from the garden is in the salting. Draining the excess water from the cucumbers before you marinate them helps the cucumbers absorb the flavor of the sugar and vinegar. Loads of fresh dill puts Cucumber Salad over the top! […]

Watermelon Feta Salad
American, Salad

Watermelon Feta Salad

Watermelon Feta Salad combines the flavors of  sweet, juicy watermelon with that of  salty, dry Feta. It is a match made in foodie heaven. Add blueberries and toasted pine nuts and you’ve got a beautiful light Summer salad. Isn’t it nice when there is absolutely no actual cooking involved? Just […]