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Curry Chicken Salad Recipe

By admin | February 22, 2012

of spice and fruit. It’s so easy to make and goes well as a sandwich, served on lettuce for a full salad, or just as is! Curry Chicken Salad Recipe Adapted from All…

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Eat More Salads Easier

By mahir | January 5, 2011

make eating more vegetables and leafy greens doable this year. Instead of washing the lettuce each time you want to eat salad, the author, Carolyn Cope suggests washing t…

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Off The Shelf: Salad for Dinner

By Christopher Stewart | April 22, 2013

ike chickweed, dandelion greens and wood sorrel, and also what should accompany these lettuces. Kelley suggests mixing and matching your favorite fresh lettuce, greens an…

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Ray Chen: Virtuoso and Valentine’s

By Jeannette Park | February 5, 2013

ch are pretty simple: there must be turkey or chicken meat, bacon, sliced boiled egg, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise between two or three slices of toast and come with f…

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Turkey Tacos with Cranberry Salsa Recipe

By admin | November 25, 2011

easpoon of minced jalapenos Toppings: 2 cups shredded Jack cheese 1/2 head of iceberg lettuce, shredded 2 Hass avocados, thinly sliced and splashed with lime juice Sour c…

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The 5 Best Burgers In New York City

By Admin | April 15, 2011

closely kept secret. Discretely hidden, Burger Joint offers traditional burgers-think lettuce, tomato, pickle-in a traditional fast food setting. (Except that just outsid…

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How To Eat Healthy Without Spending a Fortune

By Michele Wolfson | January 2, 2012

e The leafy greens in your salad can really vary in their nutritional content-iceberg lettuce, for example, is significantly less nutritious than romaine, which is yet ag…

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