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Infinitely Variable & Always Delectable Tofu Salad

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Every time I make this, I make it a little differently, but every time I make it, the members of my household gobble it up quick. So it may just be that this is a true can’t-go-wrong salad. Especially if you like tofu, which we do. Start with a brick or two of firm or […]

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Best Friends: Grapefruit and Avocado

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Some of the most inspired salads are based on a simple but sublime pairing – tomato and basil, chickpea and lemon, apple and peanut, pear and gorgonzola. This salad is no exception, though the pair I have in mind might surprise you: avocado and grapefruit. The grapefruit is sweet and assertive, the avocado, rich and […]

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Hummus is a Must

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Hummus is the little black dress of the home salad bar. Infinite variations abound, but the concept for this perennial staple remains the same, and simple. All you need are chick peas, tahini, lemon, garlic, and salt. A food processor or a very good blender (like a Vitamix) makes short work of combining everything. Elbow […]

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Crunchy Egg Salad

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It’s the day before Thanksgiving and wouldn’t you know it, my assignment for the family feast is to make a salad. But in the meantime, a person must eat, and today, I’m eating my favorite crunchy egg salad on my favorite toasted black rice bread. I’m turned off by the mushy, mayonaise-y heaviness of the […]

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Not Your Average Chicken Salad

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First of all, it’s not your average chicken. I eat meat so rarely that when I go out of my way for it, which I do when my body sends up a persistent yearning, I go for the best. A label that says “free-range” or “natural” will not sway me when what I really want […]

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