Romaine Salad with Creamy Basil Dressing

Romaine Salad with Creamy Basil Dressing by John Spottiswood

The crisp inner leaves of romaine lettuce goes wonderfully with this light and creamy basil-infused dressing. We served the same dressing the following night with a more traditional mixed green salad with lettuce, avocado, tomato and cucumber, and that was delicious too. If you're looking for a tasty alternative to a caesar dressing,…

7 votes
Spring Mix, Arugula, Endive & Fennel with Prosciutto and a Pear Vinaigrette

Spring Mix, Arugula, Endive & Fennel with Prosciutto and a Pear Vinaigrette by Dean Grason

Sweet, Sour & Salty

5 votes
Gratin of Spinach and Roquefort

Gratin of Spinach and Roquefort by Crissy Gershey

Bubbling with warm, creamy Roquefort, this gratin brings together the classic combination of spinach, blue cheese and eggs. Comforting like a savory bread pudding, this Gratin of Spinach and Roquefort begs to be part of the Thanksgiving tradition.

3 votes
Green Salad

Green Salad by Jenne Kopalek

2 votes
Balsamic Vinegrette Salad Dressing

Balsamic Vinegrette Salad Dressing by lhuffman

This dressing is a crowd pleaser. Is has a lot of flavor and works best with baby spinach as the main greens. I have a few different variations of added ingredients including: candied pecans or candied walnuts, craisens, blue cheese or feta cheese, sliced red onion, croutons, mandarin oranges, bosch pears, strawberries and…

2 votes
Grilled Vegetable Salad

Grilled Vegetable Salad by Mihir Shah

Inspired by The Ivy in Santa Monica, this is a wonderful spring salad that can be served as a side to grilled meats or as a main for lunch or a light dinner. I think the grilled corn makes the dish. Can also add grilled and chopped chicken to create a full meal.

2 votes
Avocado and Strawberry Salad with Orange Vinaigrette

Avocado and Strawberry Salad with Orange Vinaigrette by Chef Feiny

Great way to start off your spring or summer.........A lunch or Dinner treat!

2 votes
Spinach Strawberry Salad

Spinach Strawberry Salad by Now We're Cooking!

Great summer salad that combines savory and sweet flavors, and can be easily modified to suit many different palates

1 vote
Gumbo Z'Herbs

Gumbo Z'Herbs by David Gilbert

Gumbo Z'Herbs is often referred to as the king of gumbos in New Orleans. In predominantly Catholic South Louisiana, it was traditionally served on Good Friday. The logic was that, after so many days of Lenten abstinence and fasting, the body needed the sort of revitalization provided by a combination of greens. The old Creole women…

1 vote
BLT Pasta Salad

BLT Pasta Salad by Wendy Saxena-Smith

The popular combo of bacon, lettuce and tomato stars in this crowd-pleasing pasta salad. Instead of chopping the cooked bacon, try cutting it with kitchen scissors for thin, even pieces.

2 votes
Sauteed Swiss Chard with Onions

Sauteed Swiss Chard with Onions by K. Garner

This is Yummy and makes your Swiss Chard taste the best it can. This is a four-star recipe from Epicurious. The picture shows brown bits that might be mistaken for bacon; those are the caramelized onion pieces. By the way, I fixed a baked potato with butter and sour cream and put a mound of this on top; it pretty much rocked.

1 vote
Grandma W's Cooked Coleslaw Dressing

Grandma W's Cooked Coleslaw Dressing by Renee Bryant

A tangy sweet dressing. One recipe will make two batches using 16 oz. pre-shredded bags of cabbage. Toss your preferred dressing amount with cabbage just prior to eating.

1 vote
Spinach & Artichoke Cassarole

Spinach & Artichoke Cassarole by LIsa

A great side dish with that does double duty. Leftovers make a great spinach Artichoke dip when you add creme cheese and reheat. Use real butter but low fat subs are fine otherwise. Shaker Parmesan is also fine for this recipe.

1 vote
Mandarin Orange Tossed Salad

Mandarin Orange Tossed Salad by Lynnette

This is a great salad that goes with just about anything! Unfortunately, I can't remember where I got it...

1 vote
Dr. Fuhrman's Anti-Cancer Soup

Dr. Fuhrman's Anti-Cancer Soup by MRJ

Hannah's Notes: This soup tastes delicious. I would serve it at a dinner party. The richness of the onions and leeks provide a flavorful background to the carrots, celery and cashews. You need an incredibly large stock pot. Mine was busting full as soon as I put one leek in. I had to mash things in. Turn the heat to medium on…

1 vote