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Season's End Salad

Season's End Salad

Season's End Salad

This quick-to-fix salad is a great way to use the last of your garden's bounty. The vinegar lets the fresh flavor come through.—Susan Strout, Cheney, Washington

Fresh Broccoli/Mandarin Salad

Fresh Broccoli/Mandarin Salad

Fresh Broccoli/Mandarin Salad

I write a food column for our local newspaper, and I consider myself a pretty good judge of recipes. But I'll admit I was surprised by this one—I didn't think the usual ingredients would go together as well as they do. I enjoy all kinds of cooking, especially recipes with pork or pasta. —Connie Blommers, Pella, Iowa

Creamy Crunchy Pea Salad

Creamy Crunchy Pea Salad

Creamy Crunchy Pea Salad

I like this tasty side dish since there's not much chopping involved. Vary the type of nuts to suit your family's taste.—Leann Jasper, Newmarket, Ontario

Festive Potato Salad

Festive Potato Salad

Festive Potato Salad

Every member of my family (my husband and I have two grown sons and a grandson) likes creamy-type potato salads. So I make mine often for many occasions. It's usually partially eaten before I can even announce, "It's ready"!

Christmas Fruit Salad

Christmas Fruit Salad

Christmas Fruit Salad

It was at the very first Thanksgiving I spent with my husband's family that I tasted this for the first time. My mother-in-law shared the recipe. I serve it for special occasions, plus it's a main-stay at the potlucks we have at work. After 41 years of marriage, my husband and I still enjoy the salad - along with our four children and their spouses and our nine grandchildren. -Ina Vickers, Dumas, Arkansas

Festive Cranberry Relish Salad

Festive Cranberry Relish Salad

Festive Cranberry Relish Salad

My three grown daughters and their families are very fond of this festive-looking salad. It's on our buffet table every Christmas.—Edna Means, Iola, Kansas

Grilled Three-Pepper Salad

Grilled Three-Pepper Salad

Grilled Three-Pepper Salad

I have been cooking since my mother taught me how at an early age. I enjoy it, and I'm always trying new recipes. This one's both flavorful and colorful. -Ruth Wickard, York, Pennsylvania

Orange Romaine Salad

Orange Romaine Salad

Orange Romaine Salad

With this salad, spinach or another dark-green leaf lettuce works as well as the romaine. The oil and vinegar can be replaced by an oil-based honey French dressing or a honey mustard or poppy seed dressing.—Nanci Keatley, Salem, Oregon

Graduation Macaroni Salad

Graduation Macaroni Salad

Graduation Macaroni Salad

Put this colorful creamy combination into the mix of dishes at your next get-together—and watch it disappear fast! Radishes, cucumber, green pepper and onion lend fresh garden flavor to the macaroni mixture. Remarks Edie DeSpain of Logan, Utah. "It also makes a nice light meal on a hot summer day." (For best results, unmold the salad just before serving.)

Lemony Chicken Fruit Salad

Lemony Chicken Fruit Salad

Lemony Chicken Fruit Salad

Meet the Cook: Back in the 1950's, I was a home economist for the electric company, which is how I came across this recipe. During spring and summer, when it is hot here, my family especially likes it. (My husband and I have two children and a pair of granddaughters, all grown.) I've also found this chicken salad is good for women's luncheons and covered-plate meals since it's so different. -Johnece Stuard, Mansfield, Texas

Peach Chiffon Cups

Peach Chiffon Cups

Peach Chiffon Cups

I like to liven up individual servings with almond slices.—Heidi Doudna, Fairbanks, Alaska
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