Category: Green Salads
These days, Cobb Salad is a standard menu item at restaurants from coast to coast, but did you know that it started as a way to use leftovers at the Brown Derby restaurant in California?
If you love Caesar salad and you love shrimp, you're gonna love this variation on traditional Caesar salad. This salad's sure to get everybody's attention. After all, don't they say that variety is the spice of life?
This eye-opening salad's got bite! Try our Crunchy Asian Salad tonight.
To me, Rhode Island means lots of great seafood and Italian food. But one of the best Caesar Salads I ever had was tossed there, too, so now's the time for me to share it with you.
Most people probably don't know that Cobb Salad was created at the Brown Derby Restaurant in Los Angeles as a way of using leftovers. Who knew leftovers could be so glamorous?
Be the first one on your block to serve crunchy batter-fried onion rings over a bed of crisp-as-can-be lettuce for a French Fried Onion Ring Salad they'll ask for again and again.
Despite its unusual name, this is one salad you aren't going to want to throw away!
Mr. Food got this recipe from a Greek Festival that he went to a few years back. He said everything about it was lively and tasty, from the music and the dancing to this Greek Island Salad and the other Greek specialties.
Tangy feta cheese, ripe olives, and marinated artichokes give you a delicious break from boring salads. My secret? Marinating everything but the lettuce in the morning so that I've got a knockout salad for supper!