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End of Winter Salads

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over 4 years ago thirschfeld

I have been craving roasted veggies all winter and now all the sudden I want salad, salad, salad. perfect timing and all lovely salads

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over 4 years ago Bevi

Thanks for putting all these great recipes together in one post. Five foot snow banks are taking their toll.

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over 4 years ago nettleandquince

Winter salads alone are a reason to love winter. These look delicious especially the Brussels sprout salads. There was one very similar to Merrill's at my local work lunch salad bar - and I also immediately had to replicate it at home: just Brussels sprouts, walnuts, pecorino, and lemon dressing. I also love this simple endive salad. It was a staple winter meal is my family growing up:
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over 4 years ago drbabs

Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.

Thanks for posting these in one place. Amanda, I have been virtually living on the brussels sprouts salad all winter. it is, in fact, packed for lunch today. Thank you!!

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over 4 years ago boulangere

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Thank you for this. Great to have some fresh salad ideas at (hopefully) the tail end of winter!