This light summer salad is a refreshing way to beat the heat. (It gets its name from an area in Phoenix known as "The Valley.")
Although salads are generally very healthy, they do require some special handling to keep them that way.
Which All-American classic salad do you prefer to eat -- macaroni salad or potato salad? Vote here.
Robin's Summer Pasta Salad is the perfect backyard barbecue side. It's lighter and healthier than the store-bought alternative.
Picnic season has arrived. Fire up the grill, toss on the hamburgers and steaks and don’t forget about those scrumptious side salads. Instead of gobs of fat and oodles of calories, here are delicious (and healthy) versions of the classics.
Make this healthy, textured salad for the holidays and throughout the winter months.
Tuna is one of my go-to foods at parties or a friend’s luncheon but some folks drench their tuna in mayonnaise. Besides upping the calories, a boatload of mayonnaise drowns out the delicious tuna flavor. Next time you plan on making tuna salad, try some of these exciting ways to flavor and lighten it up.
Use hummus in your next picnic potato salad; no one will miss the mayo!
If you're tired of your favorite pasta salad recipe, jazz it up by following these simple guidelines.