From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Although salads are generally very healthy, they do require some special handling to keep them that way.
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.")
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.
Make this healthy, textured salad for the holidays and throughout the winter months.
Salads made our list of 9 Healthy Foods to Skip because they can be deceptively high in calories, especially if you pile on the toppings and dressing. But not all salads are calorie nightmares and it’s ok to indulge in some --not all -- of your favorite higher calorie ingredients. Use our tips to build a better salad.
Fruit salad is no longer a side thought. Add fresh ingredients like mint, honey and coconut to create a new and improved version.
Bring a different version to every barbecue, picnic and potluck this summer.
Toss together one of these fresh and easy combos from Food Network Magazine for your next party.
Quinoa is not only packed with nutrients, it's easy-to-prepare. Make a curried quinoa salad for dinner (as a side dish or light main) and enjoy the leftovers for lunch.