Welcome to “Salads” day of the 7 Days of Homemade Thanksgiving. These salads are great for Thanksgiving, holidays, and for getting vegetables into your diet in the winter.
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I ran across your website looking for recipe suggestions for my Winter CSA and I couldn’t be happier. This post on winter salads was just what I needed as I contemplated caving and buying some greens from the grocer.
Mmmm they look very delicious – thanks for these – I love salads and needed some inspiration recently so this will brighten up my packed lunches at work
Mmm, I love broccoli salad and apple salad. Apple salad recipe is way different but we love peanut butter so I’ll have to try yours 🙂
Barb @ A Life in Balance
Thanks for the inspiration! I’ve been making big green salads for lunch as part of my New Year’s goal to lose 5 lbs. by the end of January. I love green salads, however, it’s fun to have something different too!
Jenn/Rook No. 17
I’m featuring your wonderful salad recipes on my Facebook page today!
Thank you so much for being a part of the creative spirit and camaraderie on “A Little Birdie Told Me…” Tuesday at Rook No. 17. I hope you’ll feel inspired to join in again this week!
favorite year round at our house, but especially at this time of year, when sweet potatoes are on our minds, is a roasted sweet potato salad. Roast peeled, cut-up potatoes, make a mustard-and-shallot-based vinaigrette, add a bit of fresh thyme if you have it. non-ordinary and a great no-oven-required method for bringing sweet potatoes to the Thanksgiving , ot any other, table. (It ran in the FfT “Thanksgiving issue” 2008)
Wendy, These look great. Thanks for sharing!