How to Make Salad Safe (If Not Low-Calorie) By:  Robert Rister The question often is, “If I don’t have time to buy and cook vegetables, what’s wrong with picking up something at the deli?” The two most commonly consumed deli salads in the United States are coleslaw (cabbage with mayonnaiseRead More →

Tips in Preparing Potatoes For Salads By:  David Urmann For most people, potato salads are favorite side dishes. There are many potato lovers out there. They continually find ways to invent new dishes for potatoes. There so many recipes you can get about potato salads. However, there are things toRead More →

Slaw Recipes (And They Fit Into a Diabetic’s Diet!) By:  Linda Carol Wilson Coleslaw can add so much to a meal but people often shy away from it because of the fat and calories of the dressing. But coleslaw can be enjoyed by dieters and diabetics when made properly. Don’tRead More →

Apple Salad Recipes and the Antipasto Salad Recipe By:  Lucille Green Meals are not complete without a good salad. Antipasto salad, apple and fennel salad, and apple cider salad are 3 delicious salads that are easy and quick to prepare. Here are the 3 recipes for you to try atRead More →

Vegetable Salads Diet! By:  Chang Joan “Vegetable recipes? This is a hot topics nowadays!”, said Tommy. “Asparagus, celery, onions, potatoes and tomatoes are commonly used for salads. You can also use it for sandwiches.”, Mary said. “You heard things about young school girls going into vegetarian diets?”, said John. “ItRead More →

Cold Pasta Salad – A Delicious and Healthy Salad By:  Manila Williams A Cold Pasta Salad can be served as a light lunch on a hot summer afternoon or as an additional side dish for any party or dinner because it can be prepared ahead of time. With such lovelyRead More →