Lemon Chicken Thighs
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Hearty interesting salads are a defining feature on the new landscape of healthy eating. This one takes inspiration from Spain and Italy, where the sublime egg and smoky cured ham are often paired with greens in first courses and tapas.
Serve this colorful, hearty salad with your favorite Italian dressing. For convenience, the ingredients can be prepared an hour before serving, but once assembled the salad should be served promptly.
Bright and fragrant, this rice salad makes a beautiful centerpiece for a vegetarian dinner or an elegant potluck. For best results, serve it the day it is made.
Spicy toasted pecans add a touch of heat to sweet peaches and pungent goat cheese.
For a chef-like special presentation, spoon each serving of fruit salad into a soft leaf of Bibb lettuce and garnish with pecans.
Instead of the traditional baked spinach and cheese casserole this holiday season, why not assemble a colorful, fresh and vibrant spinach salad? This salad is easy to prepare ahead of time.
A generous sprinkle of Georgia pecans gives this vegetable-rich salad a hearty crunch and more complex flavor-without any fuss.
If duck breast is unavailable, try boneless, skinless chicken thighs, which have a similar rich dark meat. For a lighter course, the watercress and pecan salad, seasoned with a sweet and tangy gingery dressing, is delicious all by itself.
A reduced-fat slaw that takes a turn toward the extraordinary with the addition of juicy, ripe strawberries.
A Spanish-style potato salad dressed with a light vinaigrette.
Cool and crisp, juicy and refreshing on a hot summer day, cucumbers were first cultivated in Asia and brought to America by Columbus.
Sweet candied pistachios cut the richness of the blue cheese, and the endive adds a pleasant bitterness.
The sweetness of the roasted peppers and fruity flavors of ripe berries are perfectly suited for each other, and a splash of aged balsamic vinegar marries them perfectly.
A sinfully creamy mixture of chopped potatoes, dill pickles, capers and sweet green peas, traditionally served on a bed of butter lettuce with tomato wedges and chopped parsley.
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