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Unlike some coleslaws that need to be refrigerated awhile to blend flavors, this version can be served right away with mouthwatering results!—Linda Young, Longmont, Colorado
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Basic Buttermilk Salad Dressing

Basic Buttermilk Salad Dressing

Basic Buttermilk Salad Dressing

When serving salad to a crowd, this easy recipe comes in handy. It make a full quart of creamy, delicious dressing to toss with favorite greens and veggies. —Patricia Mele, Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania

Creamy Italian Salad

Creamy Italian Salad

Creamy Italian Salad

My salad dressing calls for on-hand ingredients and complements any king of greens—from pre-bagged salad to fresh lettuce from our garden. What's more, it stays tasty for several days in the refrigerator.—Karalee Reinke, Omaha, Nebraska

Baked German Potato Salad

Baked German Potato Salad

Baked German Potato Salad

What makes this German potato salad so different is that it's sweet instead of tangy. During the holidays, my family has an annual ham dinner, and I always prepare it. The first time I took it to work, people kept coming out of their offices to find out what smelled so good. By lunch, it was gone. Now I make a double batch to take to work! —Julie Myers, Lexington, Ohio
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Bacon Macaroni Salad

Bacon Macaroni Salad

Bacon Macaroni Salad

This pleasing pasta salad is like eating a BLT in a bowl. Filled with crispy bacon, chopped tomato, celery and green onion, the sensational salad is coasted with a tangy mayonnaise and vinegar dressing. It’s a real crowd-pleaser! —Norene Wright, Manilla, Indiana

Balsamic Green Bean Salad

Balsamic Green Bean Salad

Balsamic Green Bean Salad

Serve up those green beans in a whole new way! The tangy flavors and crunch of this eye-appealing side complement any special meal or holiday potluck. —Megan Spencer, Farmington Hills, Michigan

Lettuce with Raspberry Dressing

Lettuce with Raspberry Dressing

Lettuce with Raspberry Dressing

My husband and I have been married almost 40 years, and we have 10 children and half a dozen grandchildren. So I'm used to cooking for crowds! We live out in the country on a small acreage with a big garden. Our daughter enjoys making different kinds of vinegar, and helping her to use them up is how this recipe came about. It always draws umm-umm-good reviews when I serve it at family potlucks or with a casserole and rolls.

Dublin Potato Salad

Dublin Potato Salad

Dublin Potato Salad

You may never go back to "plain" potato salad once you've tried this recipe—I haven't! Dublin Potato Salad goes great with lots of different main dishes, but it's also hearty enough to be a meal in itself. When there's time, I prepare it ahead and let the flavors blend. —Kathy Scott, Lingle, Wyoming

Spinach Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

Spinach Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

Spinach Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

This salad has been a family favorite for a while! I love to bring this to parties or simply eat as a wonderful lunch or side dish. —Nikki Barton, Providence, Utah

Creamy Cranberry Salad

Creamy Cranberry Salad

Creamy Cranberry Salad

One of my piano students taught me the perfect lesson in salad for the holidays. The keys are cranberries, pineapple, marshmallows and nuts. —Alexandra Lypecky, Dearborn, Michigan

Tangy Cabbage Slaw

Tangy Cabbage Slaw

Tangy Cabbage Slaw

This slaw is always in demand at home and for potluck functions. People enjoy the crunchy texture and the sweet-and-sour zip. Plus, it can easily be made ahead of time.—Rose Purrington, Windom, Minnesota

Rainbow Rotini Pasta Salad

Rainbow Rotini Pasta Salad

Rainbow Rotini Pasta Salad

Oodles of noodles plus plenty of fresh veggies make Debbie Albright's side dish a real meal-brightener. "I sometimes add extra color by substituting red bell pepper for half of the green one," she shares from her Salisbury, North Carolina kitchen.But the secret ingredient in this salad is actually t he sweetened condensed milk."
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