Recipes Tagged 'Salads And Sides'

Recipe and photo courtesy of Bard Valley Natural Delights
Dates are common on holiday tables throughout the Mediterranean in many different traditions. This...
An Oldways recipe
Potato salad has been enjoyed traditionally around the world, from Germany to Syria. You can find...
An Oldways recipe
The African name for okra is "gumbo," just like the beloved southern stew. If okra's...
Recipe and photo courtesy of the California Avocado Commission
A few grilled avocados filled with salsa make great appetizers or side dishes for any cookout. But...
Reprinted by permission from "Salads: Beyond the Bowl" by Mindy Fox
My version of cereal for dinner—when I’m too tired to cook and take-out is not an...
Reprinted by permission from "Bean by Bean" by Crescent Dragonwagon.
This is a freshened-up version of the well-known multibean salad with its very sweet dressing.
Recipe developed by Sharon Palmer, RD, author of "The Plant-Powered Diet"
Here’s a great addition to a holiday meal or a simple weeknight supper. The sweet potatoes in...
Developed by the Oldways Whole Grains Council Program
Serve this colorful salad on a bed of leafy baby greens.
Recipe and photo courtesy of the National Fisheries Institute
This no-cook recipe incorporates many Mediterranean staples: leafy greens, seafood, olive oil, and...
Recipe by David Wilcoxen
This savory recipe has roots across the Atlantic, originating in Ghana and traveling to the ...

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