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Steak Salad with Fig-Thyme Balsamic Vinaigrette

I’m a big fan of having salads for lunch in the summertime, especially when time is tight! The star here is a good fig balsamic vinegar, that has just the right blend of sweetness and acidity to make a killer ...

Creamy Broccoli Slaw

When the weather warms up I am a big fan of salads with tons of raw veggies. This broccoli slaw is one of my favorite ways to prepare raw broccoli with a tangy and probiotic-rich coconut-yogurt-based dressing. In just a ...

Peach and Prosciutto Caprese Salad
peach and prosciutto caprese salad

  This AIP Peach and Prosciutto Caprese Salad is a delicious and easy-to-assemble appetizer or side dish. It’s perfect for spring. What does Caprese salad mean? A Caprese salad is typically made from mozzarella, tomatoes and basil. What vegetables can ...

Calamari Salad with Mint Cilantro Dressing

Squid or calamari? Are they one and the same? Or are they different? If you google this, you will come up with conflicting answers but the most common answer is that calamari is simply the name of the dish you ...

Thai Ground Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)

  Larb Gai is a dish of ground chicken with fresh herbs like Thai basil, mint and cilantro. I had this dish several years ago at a Thai restaurant and instantly fell in love with it due to its simplicity! ...

Campfire-Grilled Romaine Salad with Salmon and Lemon-Avocado Dressing

  Okay, now before you write off this grilled romaine salad recipe for the thought of limp lettuce sounding totally gross, let me expand the possibility that this might become one of your most favorite dishes. Plus, it’s stinking easy ...

Mediterranean Chicken Salad

  This is not your mama’s chicken salad. For starters, there is not a speck of Miracle Whip. And no celery.  This version is a fresh and fragrant one, with lemon zest, punchy Kalamata olives, and heady basil. There is ...

Golden Raisin Coleslaw

  My absolute favorite recipes are the ones where I don’t have to do anything aside from get the ingredients together, and that includes only having to clean the one dish they were combined in. During winter, that means a ...