Friday, 22 August 2014

Food on Friday: Salads

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Well, it's time to re-visit the theme of salads.  In the first Food on Friday: Salads we ended up with a fabulous source of inspiration and I'm sure that there are lots more ideas out there in the two years that have passed since then!
To add your salads, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.
I'll be pinning the links to this Pinboard – this is a quick way for you to scan the dishes and choose which ones you want to check out in more detail.
Thanking you in advance for the amazing 'salad bar'.  Cheers
 

31 comments:

  1. I shared my capreses salad in hopes the UK weather would take the hint that it is still meant to be summer.

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  2. I love salads and I can't wait to visit these recipes! Thanks for hosting!

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  3. Hi, Carole!
    The post with my Ma’s Chickpea Salad (#22) also has a link for her Green Bean salad, Manicotti with Cheese Filling, Pasta Fagioli and Pasta E Ceci.

    Hope one of the four recipes helps round out someone's menu planning!

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  4. Hi Carole, I added my Southwestern Black Bean Salad with a Spanish Twist, it's usually a hit! Thanks!

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  5. Love salad, so many different things you can add.

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  6. I added my Sushi Roll Salad. Love salads!

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  7. I made a tuna-quinoa salad that I loved a few months back, so I am sharing that. Salads are my fave.

    Thank you, Carole!

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  8. Hi Carole....I love all salads! Glad to see you back! Have a great weekend!

    Sandi @ A New York Foodie

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  9. Hi carole, your back with a great theme. I added a warm salad you can cook on the BBQ

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  10. Great timing! I just published a Salad Roundup post today!

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  11. Thanks for hosting. I actually shared a post where I give a variety of salad options. As someone who participates in CSA, I find myself swimming in lettuce every summer so I have to get creative so I can continue to eat my greens. Nothing to waste. :)

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  12. Delicious! Not long until Spring creeps in and we'll be looking to enjoy these salads. Pearl Barley Tabouleh from me today. Thanks for hosting.

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  13. Great "fresh" idea! Wishing you a delicious weekend! :)

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  14. Yummy food here. I just posted my Fall tables with pumpkin cakes and soup.
    Thank you so much for the party.
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  15. Thank you for hosting Carole--And sorry mine posted 3 times! :(

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  16. Thanks Carole! I have salads on the mind with a garden load of veggies and fruit.

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  17. These all look great! Who knew salad could be so enticing? I linked my Fruity Spinach Gardein Salad.

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  18. There are some great salads on the list. Perfect timing as my post today was a salad. Great minds...

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  19. Hi Carole this is a lovely refreshing salad using avocado.

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  20. Sorry Carole my avocado salad didn't link as the dot on my URL was in the wrong place with a space .

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  21. What a great collection of salads of all kinds!

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  22. Thanks Carol, I've missed your Food on Friday. I've posted my Shrimp Salad with Hominy, Arugula and Lime. It's a crowd pleaser.

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  23. Yum! What a fabulous assortment of salad recipes.

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  24. I made this Apple Cole Slaw (#104) four times in five weeks when I first found the recipe.

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  25. I added in a trio of salads. Enjoy!

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  26. Salads--YUM! I may have gotten a bit carried away with sharing some links, but I love salads. I spotted a few on this list that I need to try.

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  27. Shared my creamy ranch pasta salad recipe! :) Thanks for the link-up! It's been a while since I've been by, glad to join you again! Hope to see you at DDT again sometime! <3 :D

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers