An Easy Breakfast Fruit Salad Recipe

An Easy Breakfast Fruit Salad   Today I was making breakfast for my husband and myself and thought “I want to do something different.”  So I decided to use some of the fruit I had on hand and create a sweet fruit salad for after our eggs and sausage breakfast.  I do not usually allow myself something sweet for breakfast […]

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A Tropical Salad

Tropical “Dessert” Salad I was ready for a different kind of salad, so I created this “tropical dessert” salad for a different taste.  I used Kale as the green for this one. I also created a sweet dressing to put in it. I wanted to add Kiwi also but forgot to pick them up when I was shopping for the ingredients. […]

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My Best Mediterranean Salad

Mediterranean or Greek Salad The other day, I looked up what the definition of a “Greek Salad” was.  This is what I found: “A proper Greek salad is romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, Kalamata olives, pickled beets, and feta cheese, topped off with Greek dressing” Well, needless to say, I decided to come up with my own version and […]

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Spinach and Alvacodo Salad

Spinach and Alvacoda Salad Mel and I have a wonderful older neighbor who invites us over for dinners (like Thanksgiving meals) and sometimes when she feels like cooking a lot. (she is a wonderful cook)  We usually share some of our wine with her and I bring something to go along with her meal. This past Friday, she invited us to […]

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Warm Spinach and Feta Salad

Spinach for your health! I’ve been researching salads that use spinach leaves. Spinach is an amazing and healthful vegetable.  It is a good source of the following: magnesium and iron vitamins B2 and B6 (both water-soluble vitamins) folate (another water-soluble vitamin) vitamin E calcium, potassium, and vitamin A; manganese copper. So here is my version of a “Warm Spinach and […]

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Gout Prevention Salad #1

My New Gout Prevention Salad #1 After recently experiencing my first “gout” attack and dealing with that extreme pain and discomfort for over two weeks,  and deciding to treat myself with gout treatments that are natural, I have decided to eat a low purine gout diet.  Yesterday I created my first “Gout Prevention Salad #1″. I decided to use some of the […]

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