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Turkey (or chicken) Walnut Rice Salad

Turkey Walnut Salad This is a cold salad, lovely for a brunch, hearty, filling, piquant, delicious: 3 cups cooked rice, white or brown 2 cups cooked turkey, diced (you can substitute chicken or turkey ham, or regular ham, or even diced leftover cooked pork chops) 1/2 cup celery, diagonally sliced 1/4 cup pineapple chunks, drained […]

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Um… Salad? From the Recipe Card Files

  This is one of those everything but the kitchen sink salads- I mean, look at that- oranges, carrot, red cabbage, cucumbers, celery, frozen peas, chickpeas, and your preferred form of onion. For a whole30 version, you could substitute just about any diced, roasted vegetables for the peas and chickpeas. This one is really piquant, […]

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Spring Salads

All of these salads are, IMO, suitable for company meals as well as family- add muffins, home-made bread, or biscuits with your meals. Add a few herbs to your biscuits for an extra ‘company’ touch. A few slices of fruit and/or cheese are special touches, but they aren’t necessary. Chinese chicken cabbage salad- the one […]

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Rice Salad for Twelve 6 cups cooked rice (we use brown rice) 1-1/2 cups cooked kidney or garbanzo beans (about one can, I think) 3/4 lb. turkey ham, cut in small strips 3/4 lb. Gouda cheese, cut into cubes 1/4 cup plus 2 Tbs. red onion, finely chopped 1/4 cup plus 2 Tbs. fresh parsley, […]

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Summer Recipe

BLT Chicken and Pasta Salad [The DHM doesn’t like pasta salads, the rest of us do. This recipe has helped us reach a compromise — the salad is packed with all sorts of delightful summer flavors] 4 Large Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, cooked and chopped 10 Ounces Pasta 10 Pieces Bacon — cooked and crumbled […]

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