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Mandarin Wild Rice Salad with Cranberries, Mint and Pecans

The Perfect Thanksgiving Side Dish! This Mandarin Wild Rice Salad recipe has been in our family for years. It's a hearty autumn salad with cranberries, pecans, green onions, and mandarins with a delightful orange vinaigrette.  It makes a perfect side for Thanksgiving or anytime as it goes great with many fall and winter dishes. I love it with roasted turkey, chicken or pork. When I had my tea room in California, I often served this in the fall in cute glass tea cups lined with spinach. Over ...

Grilled Napa Cabbage Salad with Blue Cheese, Bacon and Mushrooms

I'm so excited to share this Grilled Napa Cabbage Salad (with Chicken, Blue Cheese and Mushrooms and a hint of bacon) with you!  Last week, I woke up in the middle of the night thinking about this salad. While working for Placer County Office of Education as a special education teacher, occasionally our team would go out to lunch after an important meeting and sometimes we would eat at Cafe Bernardo in Roseville, California. This was my favorite thing on the menu - "Warm Napa Cabbage Salad." ...

Asian Sautéed Radish Salad with Farro

The idea for this Asian Sautéed Radish Salad with Farro really just evolved over the period of about a week. I had heard about roasted radishes on Connect (Weight Watcher's Social Group) and how they taste very different when roasted. So I decided to try them and they were delicious!I As I was eating them, I thought, "This would be good as a salad with farro." From there the salad took on a life of it's own. I tried roasting the different vegetables together in the oven.  They were pretty ...

Chicken and Roasted Beet Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

This Chicken and Roasted Beet Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette is my re-creation of a delicious salad I had in Carmel at La Bicyclette, called Rouge Salad. It's such a wonderful combination of fresh, sweet, salt and creamy. I added chicken breasts for a complete meal! Very filling, yet light and fresh tasting!  This recipe is designed to make as a single serving so it's easier to count points. Just divide greens up into separate salad bowls or plates, then add the following ingredients to each ...