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Hot Turkey Salad

Easy, very quick, and a tasty way to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey. Works with chicken, too. If you are feeling adventurous, consider adding a can of pineapple chunks or a cup of seedless grapes to the casserole. If you are watching your diet, by all means feel free to substitute cracker or cereal crumbs for the crushed potato chips,... View Recipe »

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Celeriac and Red Pepper Salad

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Shredded celeriac and strips of red bell pepper are chilled in a coriander marinade, then dressed with a... View Recipe »

Champagne Strawberry Salad

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

Forget mimosas. This sparkling (okay, slightly boozy) fruit dish is a very happy start to brunch. View Recipe »

Chayote Salad with Lime Vinaigrette

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Partially cooked slices of chayote are marinated in a lime dressing sparked with cilantro, then served atop crisp... View Recipe »

Chicken Salad

2 votes, 4.00 avg. rating (79% score)

Blue cheese in a chicken salad? Well, why not? This tasty combination of flavors makes a delicious salad. View Recipe »

Chicken Salad in Red Cabbage Bowl

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From Highways Magazine View Recipe »

Chicken Salad with Apple, Quinoa & Fennel

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A light yet satisfying dish: A three-pound bird should yield plenty of meat, while the apple and fennel... View Recipe »

Chicken Waldorf Salad

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This is a modern interpretation of the classic Waldorf salad--a creation of Oscar Tschirky, the first m View Recipe »

Chickweed Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

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Chicory and Beet Salad

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Chicory provides a sharp, slightly bitter counterpoint to the mild flavor of raw beets. Bacon bits add a... View Recipe »

Chicory and Gruyere Salad

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Delicate hearts of chicory and shredded Gruyè cheese are dressed with walnut oil and served atop warm garlic-favored... View Recipe »

Chilled Fruit Salad Loaf

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Very pretty and very good in the summer when you're having guests for lunch. View Recipe »

Chinese Chicken Salad

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Chinese salad

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Christmas Salad

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Chunky Chicken Salad

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

This was inspired by a little cafe back home in Louisville, KY. Just in time for family... View Recipe »

Church Supper Coleslaw

Church Supper Coleslaw

3 votes, 3.50 avg. rating (72% score)

The Dutch introduced coleslaw to America. Cabbage is the essential ingredient, and the Dutch settlers grew it in... View Recipe »

Citrus Apple Tossed Salad and Dressing

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citrus mold

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Classic Lobster Salad

7 votes, 3.57 avg. rating (72% score)

A classic and favorite New England recipe for Lobster Salad. Crabmeat Salad and Shrimp Salad may be made... View Recipe »

Cobb Salad

1 vote, 3.00 avg. rating (69% score)

From Amber View Recipe »

Cole Slaw

0 votes, 0.00 avg. rating (0% score)

Check out this video: Family Meals on a Budget View Recipe »

Coleslaw

6 votes, 3.50 avg. rating (71% score)

For those who prefer their coleslaw in slightly smaller quantities, here's a tasty alternative from Rockland, Maine. View Recipe »

Coleslaw Supreme

0 votes, 0.00 avg. rating (0% score)

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Coleslaw with Maple-Cider Dressing

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Maple syrup gives this easy tangy slaw a slightly sweet lift. View Recipe »

Colorful Vegetable Salad

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