Here is a fruit-filled, festive, jello salad. It can be eaten with or without the topping. Here’s what you’ll need:

The sour cream and cream cheese are for the optional topping.

Mix:
6 oz. pkg. raspberry jello
1 cup boiling water
(You may have noticed a few stray walnut pieces in the 9 x 13 casserole.
These things happen when […]

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(Plan ahead…this salad needs to chill for at least 2 hours.)
Yet another delicious way to use all that zucchini in your garden–along with the tomatoes and an onion.
Peel zucchini and cut in halves or thirds. Then cut each section into fourths and thinly slice 4 cups of zucchini.
Next chop enough tomatoes to equal four cups.
Now […]

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I wait all summer for fresh tomatoes and green peppers so I can make this salad. The recipe calls for cherry tomatoes but I prefer chopped fresh tomatoes from my garden. Garden tomatoes have so much more flavor than the grocery store variety. So here’s what you’ll need:

1 cup mayo
2 T. red wine vinegar (It […]

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My sister in-law Brittany brought this salad to a family dinner a year ago and I immediately requested the recipe. It’s that good. It tastes nothing like coleslaw and all my children eat it. My ten year old son has even requested it for dinner before. It’s true. Promise.

There ‘s Brittany learning to preg-check a […]

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This is one of my favorite spinach salads. I use the dressing for another salad I’ll have to share later.
FOR THE SALAD:
1 bag or bunch of Spinach
1 small head of lettuce
(Since I’ve had so much spinach in the garden, I’ve left this out and added more spinach.)
1 1/2 cups craisins
1 cucumber, peeled and chopped
2 small […]

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